Florida Center for Fiscal & Economic Policy, Inc. Grant



Organization - Florida Center for Fiscal & Economic Policy, Inc.
Grant Amount - $300,000
Foundation - Kellogg Foundation
Grant Purpose - provide a leadership role in conducting pertinent research and offering viable solutions on state-level fiscal and economic matters with particular attention to their impact on low- and moderate/middle-income families and individuals and indigenous small businesses owned by, and employing, such families and individuals.


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