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For Immediate Release

The Reva and David Logan Foundation of Chicago, Il. November 10, 2016.

As of today, Daniel (Dan) J. Logan and Jonathan (Jon) C. Logan, sons of the founders Reva and David Logan, have resigned as Directors of the foundation. They have both served on the board of The Reva and David Logan Foundation for many years. Richard E. Logan continues to serve as President of the Board of The Reva and David Logan Foundation.

Dan Logan will now be making grants from his own independent family foundation, the Revada Foundation based in Alexandria, Virginia. The Revada Foundation has been fully funded by The Reva and David Logan Foundation.  For further information about the Revada Foundation, please contact Dan Logan at dan.logan (at) iCloud.com

Jon Logan will now be making grants from his own independent family foundation, the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation based in Berkeley, California. This foundation has also been fully funded by The Reva and David Logan Foundation.  For further information about the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation, please contact Jon at jon (at) jlffdn.org or call 510-540-7774.

In announcing the resignations of his brothers, Richard Logan said, “Thank you to both my brothers for your years of service to the foundation and for your thoughtful and effective grant making in the arts, social justice and in support of journalism.  I know both of you will continue to make grants that our parents would admire; grants that uplift the spirit, comfort the disadvantaged, and hold the powerful to account.”

All current and legacy grants will be administered and remain the responsibility of The Reva and David Logan Foundation. For further information or questions regarding grant disposition, please contact Peter Handler, our Executive Director, at peter (at) loganfdn.org or call our office at 312-664-3350.

 

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