Squinting Modifier - is the gramamr in this sentence correct?


According to grammar check, there is a squinting modifier in this sentence. It states that the modifier "from The City Foundation" may be a defining clause in your sentence and is therefore a squinting modifier.

I don't think "from The City Foundation" is a modifier. However, the sentence does seem slightly akwardly phrased. Does anyone know of a better way I can phrase this?

See example:

The conference organizers will use all of the donations received from The City Foundation to provide an informative and accommodating conference for the attendees from our student chapters across Canada.
asked Jan 12 '13 at 19:38 John Miller New member

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