Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation

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The Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation (JPKF) is a non-profit foundation founded by Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. in 1946 in memory of his son Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.. The foundation was led by his youngest brother, U.S. Senator Edward M. Kennedy, until his death in 2009. The foundation funded the construction of the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Memorial Hall at Boston College, now a part of Campion Hall and home to the college's Lynch School of Education. The foundation had assets in 2000 of $30m.[1]

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  1. ^ Frank L. Ellsworth (Editor), Joe Lumarda (Editor), 2003, From Grantmaker to Leader : Emerging Strategies for Twenty-First Century Foundations, Wiley, p9

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