SFM Foundation Launches Dynamic New Website

BLOOMINGTON, Minn., January 9, 2019 – The SFM Foundation released an enhanced version of its website today.

The new site offers a fresh design featuring photos of scholarship recipients and their families, and provides an improved mobile experience. It illustrates the Foundation’s mission to make education more affordable and ease the burdens of families affected by workplace injuries, and showcases the impact it has made in the last 10 years.

One of the biggest enhancements to the site is a series of new videos featuring two families affected by severe workplace injuries. The families tell their stories, relay how the scholarships helped recipients realize their higher education dreams, and describe the relationship they have with the Foundation.

“We are humbled by the tremendous support we have received to allow us to help so many students and families,” said SFM Foundation President Dave Kaiser. “We are excited to have an updated website to better tell our story, thank our sponsors, and share information about our students and families.”

We invite you to check out the new site at sfmfoundation.com and share any feedback you have using the new site’s contact form.

 

About the SFM Foundation

The SFM Foundation was created in 2008 by SFM Companies, a regional workers’ compensation insurance group headquartered in Bloomington, Minnesota. SFM Foundation is dedicated to easing the burdens on families affected by workplace accidents. To achieve this, the Foundation provides post-secondary education scholarships to children of parents fatally or seriously injured on the job. For more information, visit sfmfoundation.com.

SFM Foundation is an affiliate of Kids’ Chance of America in Iowa and Minnesota. Kids’ Chance is a national nonprofit that creates, assists and supports organizations across the United States that provide educational opportunities and scholarships to the children of workers who were seriously injured or killed on the job.

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