The Anderson-Rogers Foundation is a small family foundation created in 2001 by the descendants of John G. and Sallie Haynes Anderson and Charles H. and Bertha Harper Rogers. Initial funding was provided by Porter W. Anderson, Jr., whose co-invention of a widely administered vaccine for bacterial meningitis brought him wealth too late in life to enjoy squandering it.

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Dr. Porter W. Anderson, Jr.