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Get To Know Meriwether Foundation

Giving Tuesday 2014

Meriwether Foundaion #GivingChooseDay Dollar Drive

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Meriwether Foundation on Project Runway.

​Co-Founder Nana Meriwether featured on Project Runway for her innovative humanitarian work. 

Founder, Dr. Wilhelm D. Meriwether receives an Honorary Doctorate at The 2014 Duke University Commencement to honor his accomplishments in academics, sports and philanthropy. Dr. Meriwether was the first African American to be admitted and graduate from Duke University School of Medicine.

Co-Founder Nana Meriwether invited to pay tribute to President Nelson Mandela at The United Nations Correspondents Dinner in New York City before over 600 ambassadors, diplomats, world leaders, press and the head of The United Nations, Ban Ki-moon.



Meriwether Foundation, 2010

Meriwether Foundation volunteers travel to Lambo School in Zimbabwe, 2012

Co-Founder Nana Meriwether and Meriwether Foundation featured on Arise TV

Co-Founder Nana Meriwether travels to The Meriwether Foundation Programs in southern Africa as Miss USA 2012, 2013

Co-Founder Nana Meriwether's trip to The Meriwether Foundation Programs in southern Africa, 2012

A peek into The Meriwether Foundation organic gardens and vulnerable children feeding program, 2011

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