Mark Makulinski is a longtime Rotarian currently living outside of Atlanta but has ties to the Upstate. Mark and his wife, Rose, are Rotary Arch Klumph Society members. Mark is also a committed conservationist working closely with The Nature Conservancy (TNC), the world’s leading conservation organization. The Nature Conservancy is a science-based, nonpartisan conservation organization whose South Carolina chapter has offices in Greenville, Columbia and Charleston. Mark’s family established the Makulinski Family Fund, a donor-advised fund at TNC. Mark has offered to match gifts from Rotary Clubs in South Carolina 1:1 up to a maximum of $4,000 per Rotary Club to support environmental projects before 12/31/2023 with an opportunity to extend this deadline if necessary. There are up to $100K in matching funds available. To request a grant for a club project, please complete this application and return it via e-mail to BOTH Ryan Thackray, Ryan.Thackray@tnc.org, and Rob Hanley, email@example.com.
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