The Rosemary and David Good Family Foundation believes in the power of the arts, culture, and education to transform lives. Our mission is to fund dynamic and creative organizations that inspire people to realize their full potential within socially just, vibrant, and sustainable communities.

Grantee Spotlight

Minneapolis Institute of Art

The Minneapolis Institute of Art’s (Mia) mission is to enrich the community by collecting, preserving, and making accessible outstanding works of art from the world’s diverse cultures.  In 2019 Mia presented “Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists,” the first major exhibition to explore the artistic achievements of Native women.


Mixed Blood Theatre

Mixed Blood Theatre is a professional, multi-racial company in the Minneapolis Cedar Riverside neighborhood that promotes cultural pluralism and individual equality.  It serves over 35,000 people annually through its main stage season, community programming and by sharing its space with nomadic theatre companies and providing space for neighborhood gatherings.


Highpoint Center for Printmaking

Highpoint is the only community-accessible printmaking center in the Upper Midwest.  It has introduced thousands of people to the art and technique of printmaking while also providing printmaking facilities, gallery space and education for emerging and established artists through co-op memberships.  Highpoint’s community and education programs provide hands-on printmaking experiences at no or low cost.