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Volume 21, Number 9

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Children, Youth & Families
Violence/Law/Criminal Justice
Average Grant: $2,000 to $50,000

The Foundation seeks to advance the human experience while ensuring the well-being of the earth. Founded by the late Elizabeth Beinecke and William Beinecke, former president and retired chairman of the Sperry and Hutchinson Company, the Foundation awards grants in four areas.

# Environment
In this category, the Foundation focuses its mission on the coastal waters and oceans in the southern New England region, stretching from Cape Code to the Hudson Canyon. It funds advocacy and policy reform opportunities in order to improve water quality, advance marine conservation, and restore coastal habitats. With its environmental grantmaking, the Foundation is interested in leveraging relationships between environmental advocates and policymakers.

# Nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation
Here, the Foundation seeks to further nuclear arms control and ultimately abolish nuclear weapons through support for policy analysis, research, and advocacy. The program will focus its fun ding to advance support for multilateral agreements and the use of existing international institutions created to limit the proliferation of nuclear weapons.

# Reproductive health and justice
The Foundation funds advocacy to ensure that all women have access to the full range of quality reproductive and sexual health services and that these services are fully integrated in the implementation of health care reform, namely the Affordable Care Act.

# Youth justice
In this category, the Foundation seeks to secure transformational reforms for young people whose lives intersect with New York’s youth and adult justice system. Funding is targeted at two areas: advocacy that promotes policies and practices that are fair, effective, and appropriate for youth and projects that promote community-based models in New York that present non-incarceration strategies. Of particular interest are organizations that place directly affected individuals at the center.

The Foundation is also interested in work that helps the general public and decision-makers reframe the “justice thinking” to include community development and positive youth development principles.

It also supports the philanthropic interests and activities of the Beinecke family members through sponsored grants in the areas of arts and culture, environmental conservation, civic affairs, social services, and educational institutions. The Foundation’s grants support activities in the United States. While many of these activities are national in scope, there is a particular regional focus on the states of New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and Massachusetts. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

Contact Info: PROSPECT HILL FOUNDATION, Grants Administrator, Steffany Ballas, 99 Park Ave., Suite 2220, New York, NY , 10016, Ph: 212-370-1165, Fax: 212-599-6282, Send Email, Visit Website


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Arts & Culture Archive

The Foundation supports exhibitions that enlarge the understanding and appreciation of historical American art made between 1500 and 1980. The Foundation’s Exhibition grants award funding to three types of institutions: 1) American institutions organizing exhibitions on any aspect of historical American art that travel internationally; exhibitions on any aspect of historical American art that are co-organized with an international venue; and exhibitions that make a significant contribution to scholarship on historical American art in an international context. 2) International institutions organizing any aspect of historical American art; and 3) Chicago institutions organizing or hosting exhibitions on any aspect of historical American art. The Foundation encourages exhibitions that include: new ways of thinking about American art, scholarly interpretation and a contextualized presentation; engagement with exceptional art objects; related scholarly publications, or related educational programming tailored for the intended audiences. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $6,000 To $1,250,000 | Contact Info: TERRA FOUNDATION FOR AMERICAN ART, 120 E. Erie St., Chicago, IL, 60611, Ph: 312-664-3939, Send Email, Visit Website


Environment Archive

The Fundacion, based in the Canary Islands of Spain, primarily supports projects that address issues with parrots and cetaceans (whales). The Fundacion supports projects that improve the conservation prospects of threatened parrots – “ambassador species” – and to promote biodiversity conservation in general. It also supports projects for cetaceans as “ambassador” species to promote conservation of the marine environment. Some additional information can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $50,000 To $250,000 | Contact Info: LORO PARQUE FUNDACION, Avada. Loro Parque, 38400 Puerto de la Cruz, Tenerife, Canary Islands, SPAIN, Send Email, Visit Website

The Society’s annual Buffett Award for Leadership in African Conservation honors the unsung heroes of conservation, celebrating the recipients’ achievements and supporting ongoing work in conserving nature or culture in Africa. The award winners have demonstrated outstanding leadership in managing and protecting the natural resources in their countries and regions. They also serve as role models and mentors. There are two awards presented each year, one in Africa and one in Latin America. The award is given in conjunction with the Howard G. Buffett Foundation, (one of the sons of Warren Buffett). Additional information including nomination instructions can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $25,000 | Contact Info: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, 1145 17th St. NW, Washington , DC, 20036, Visit Website

The Fund’s India Small Grants Program seeks to encourage young Indians to respond innovatively and independently to the conservation issues affecting the country. The Program seeks to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature. It’s works to conserve the world’s biodiversity, ensure the sustainability of renewable natural resources, and to promote the reduction of pollution and wasteful consumption. Grants provide financial support to India-based individuals who have developed and wish to implement short-term conservation research or initiatives that can contribute to larger conservation goals. Grants are awarded for activities and/or research that addresses issues and offers solutions or insights toward species and habitat-related problems and concerns (with a focus on immediate threats and issues); enabling communities and other stakeholders to address local environmental concerns; improving local livelihoods through conservation and natural resources management, or promoting livelihoods that reduce impacts on biodiversity. Also of interest are programs that address aspects of trade involving wildlife species; increasing understanding of the status of lesser known or lesser studies species of wildlife; innovative approaches to awareness raising regarding environment concerns, and/or demonstrating individual or collective action toward conservation outcomes. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $5,000 | Contact Info: WORLD WILDLIFE FUND-INDIA, Send Email, Visit Website


General Archive

The Association’s Cultural Exchange Fund provides travel subsidies to help U.S.-based presenters in building partnerships with international touring artists, companies, and their collaborators. Presenting organizations, agents, managers, producers, individual artists, and groups of presenting professionals traveling outside of the United States are eligible to apply. The Association strongly encourages but does not limit travel to Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Applicants must be members of the Association at the time of submission and membership must extend at least one month beyond proposed travel dates. Additional information including online application forms can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $2,000 To $10,000 | Contact Info: ASSOCIATION OF PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTERS, Kalyn Saylor, Program Manager, Send Email, Visit Website


Health Archive

AUTISM SPEAKS (09/28/16)
The Organization’s Family Services Local Grant Program seeks to promote local services that enhance the lives of those affected by autism spectrum disorders; expand the capacity to effectively serve this growing community, and increase the field of service providers across the country. Local grants are divided into Chapter, Regional, and Neighborhood grants depending upon the location of the service provider. Local grants are provided to service providers throughout the United States that address the areas of education and training, recreation and community activities, and young adult/adult services and technology. Both nonprofit and for-profit organizations are eligible to apply. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $5,000 | Contact Info: AUTISM SPEAKS, 1 East 33rd St., 4th Floor, New York, NY, 10016, Ph: 212-252-8584, Fax: 212-252-8979, Web site:

The Alliance is accepting applications for its Rosalinde Gilbert Innovations in Alzheimer’s Disease Caregiving Legacy Awards. The annual awards program recognizes organizations that focus primarily on family/informal caregivers of adults with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. The Alliance will award grants to organizations for projects or programs that respond to a pressing community need in the areas of creative expression, diverse/multicultural communities, and policy and advocacy. Awards for Creative Expression recognizes projects that use imaginative and creative approaches in supporting persons with dementia or family/informal caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Awards for Diverse/Multicultural community projects or programs are given for services, support, or other types of outreach to family/informal caregivers of persons with Alzheimer’s or related dementias in communities characterized by ethnic, religious/spiritual, socioeconomic, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgendered, geographic and other types of diversity. Policy and Advocacy awards recognize programs or projects that advocate for systems change for the benefit of family/informal caregivers or care recipients with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. Additional information including an online application can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $20,000 | Contact Info: FAMILY CAREGIVER ALLIANCE, 785 Market St. , Suite 750, San Francisco, CA, 94103, Ph: 800-445-8106, Web site:


International Archive

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the global provider of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services. The Foundation provides grants to institutions around the world with a focus on support for the world’s libraries and for scholars in the early stages of their careers. Through the Foundation’s Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries Program, it has contributed to the advancement of science and health, supporting capacity building projects in developing countries across the globe. It does this through training, education, infrastructure digitization, and preservation of information. With the constant introduction of new technologies in the field of information sciences, the role of libraries has changed. So the Foundation is developing a new program that reflects the Company’s commitment to building research capacity and encompasses this in its entirety both in the library and beyond. As a result, the Foundation will seek grant submissions in early 2016. Watch the Web site for further details and application instructions. | Grant Range: $10,000 To $50,000 | Contact Info: ELSEVIER FOUNDATION, Radarweg 29, 1043 NX , Amsterdam, NETHERLANDS, Ph: +31 20 485-2025, Send Email, Visit Website

The Foundation is the wealthiest charitable private foundation in France. For 20 years, the Foundation has provided grants for numerous organizations throughout the world. Grantmaking is targeted to three areas: Community Support, which focuses on health care and education; Cultural Heritage, which supports archaeology, mineralogy, intercultural dialogue, and French cultural heritage; and the Environment, which concentrates its efforts on marine biodiversity, invasive species, and restoring weakened ecosystems. Details about the Foundation and its interests can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $10,000 To $100,000 | Contact Info: TOTAL CORPORATION FOUNDATION, Direction de la Communication, 2 Place Jean Millier, La Defense 6, 92078 Paris La Defense Ce, FRANCE, Visit Website

The Philanthropy works to ensure that migrants and refuges are treated with respect and engage with their new communities. It supports pragmatic, innovative, and responsive approaches to immigration and immigrant integration in the United States and the United Kingdom. The Philanthropy approaches its grantmaking with the idea of supporting change for the long haul. Grants are awarded in both the United States and the United Kingdom in the following areas: legal rights and protections, immigrant integration, and building public understanding. The Philanthropy is committed to exploring the intersection of its grantmaking with other issues such as linking refugee and migrant issues with issues of gender, racial, and lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgendered/queer equality. To maximize its impact, the Philanthropy partners with other funders in both the US and UK. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $6,000 To $417,000 | Contact Info: UNBOUND PHILANTHROPY, 101 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 1400, New York, NY, 10013, Ph: 212-219-1009, Web site:
London office: 70 Cowcross St., Farringdon, London EC1M 6EJ


Peace Archive

The Fund works to build the capacity of community-based organizations through grants, training, and other resources as partners in human rights and social justice movements. Founded in 1981 when a small group of donor activists came together with a common vision of funding social justice and peace through a public foundation, the Fund makes grants to organizations and projects working to achieve peaceful, just and equitable relationships among people and nations. The Fund believes that the change in values needed to establish a more just and peaceful world can come about only if it is strongly rooted in local communities that view everyone, especially young people, as a vital force in the transformation of society. The Fund endeavors to be a key “go to” foundation on issues of peace, human rights, social justice, and environmental protection. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $3,000 To $5,000 | Contact Info: PEACE DEVELOPMENT FUND, PO Box 40250 , San Francisco, CA, 94140, Ph: 415-642-0900, Fax: 415-642-8200, Visit Website, Street address: 3221 22nd St., San Francisco CA 94110

The Fund seeks to make the world more safe and secure by funding organizations and people who promote the elimination of nuclear weapons, prevent the emergence of new nuclear states, and build regional peace. Under eliminating nuclear weapons, the Fund is building common understanding among world leaders that nuclear weapons are unacceptable. Seeking to prevent the emergence of a new nuclear state, the Fund supports diplomacy and engagement rather than military solutions. To build regional peace and security, the Fund works to transform the region of India and Pakistan with fact-finding missions, on-the-ground analysis, high level dialogue, confidence building measures, and more. There are no geographical limitations on the grants although the Fund does not award grants to produce films, videos, books, art projects, or the research and writing of academic dissertations. Applications are accepted only online. Check the Web site for an eligibility quiz and additional information. | Avg. Grant: $25,000 | Contact Info: PLOUGHSHARES FUND, 1808 Wedemeyer St., Suite 200, The Presidio of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA, 94129, Ph: 415-668-2244, Fax: 415-668-2214, Visit Website, Washington DC office: 1100 Vermont Ave. NW, Suite 300, Washington DC 20005; 202-783-4401, 202-783-4407.


Regional Archive

The Foundation, which is administered by the Greater Kansas City Community Foundation, awards grants to organizations that provide innovative and sustainable opportunities that inspire growth in the communities where the investment Firm’s employees live and work. Grants will be awarded to nonprofit health and human services organizations based in Kansas City, Mo.; Mountain View, Calif., and New York City. Priority will be given to those organizations where the Firm’s employees are involved as board members, volunteers, and/or donors. Grants will target organizations that provide direct services to individuals and families in need, have a demonstrated impact and success story, and show evidence of strong leadership. Some additional information including the grant application can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $5,000 To $25,000 | Contact Info: AMERICAN CENTURY INVESTMENTS FOUNDATION, Ph: 816-627-3468, Send Email,

The Fund is a funder collaborative created to help strengthen the management and operations of small arts and cultural organizations in Chicago and Cook County. The Fund assists small arts and cultural organizations looking to develop their organizational capacity. Chicago-area arts and cultural organizations with operating expenses between $50,000 and $800,000 are eligible for grants in three areas: organizational planning, marketing and financial management. Grant funded projects may take a variety of forms tailored specifically to the organization receiving it. Eligible projects include market research, developing financial management capacity, expanding audience development strategies, building fund development capacity, planning for leadership success, and improving board functioning/governance. Also eligible are projects that develop and implement an evaluation system, establish or refine personnel or volunteer management systems, organizational or executive coaching, business and strategic planning, and/or information technology and technology planning. Additional information including application instructions and program guidelines can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $800 To $15,000 | Contact Info: ARTS WORK FUND FOR ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, Marcia Festen, Ph: 773-296-2601, Send Email, Visit Website

The Foundation is committed to building a stronger community for residents of the Washington DC area. It awards grants in the following areas: arts and humanities, community services, education, health, and the environment. Arts and humanities grants fund art service organizations; arts education; performing, visual, and creative arts, and museums and humanities organizations. Community services grant topics include adoption services, affordable housing, faith and religion, legal services, volunteerism, and family support services. Education grants fund adult education and GED programs, English as a second language programs, literacy and life skills training, parent engagement, and special education. Health and environment grants fund topics including public health, nutrition, mental health, environmental education, environmental conservation and stewardship, and domestic violence. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $5,000 To $150,000 | Contact Info: MORRIS AND GWENDOLYN CAFRITZ FOUNDATION, Ms. Rose Ann Cleveland, Executive Director, 1825 K St. NW, Suite 1400, Washington, DC, 10006, Ph: 202-223-3100, Visit Website

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Cambria Health Solutions, a total health solutions company dedicated to transforming the way people experience health care. The Foundation, which supports a collaborative program that addresses the causes of the broken health care system, awards grants in two programs: transforming health care and child health care. The third program that the Foundation funds is Sojourns Program, which addresses palliative and end-of-life care. Most of the grants are awarded to nonprofits in the states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Utah. However, the Foundation is open to exploring opportunities with impact beyond these geographic areas. Currently, the Foundation does a limited number of national grants through its Sojourns Program. A great deal of information on each of the programs can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $50,000 To $10,000 | Contact Info: CAMBIA HEALTH FOUNDATION, Ph: 503-225-48132, Visit Website

The Foundation is dedicated to building communities in the Upper Midwest where lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered people are celebrated and live free from discrimination, violence, invisibility, and isolation. Grants are awarded in the following areas: achieving equal rights; ensuring access, safety, and security, and creating power through community. Organizations in Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin are eligible to apply. The Foundation does not accept letters of inquiry; full proposals only. Some additional information can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $3,000 To $5,000 | Contact Info: PHILANTHROFUND FOUNDATION, 1409 Willow St., Suite 109, Minneapolis, MN, 55403, Ph: 612-870-1806, Fax: 612-871-6587, Send Email, Visit Website

The Foundation’s Accessible Faith grants Program supports places of worship for accessibility improvements to their facilities. The Foundation hopes that such improvements will encourage increased participation in the programs, services, and activities that occur within these facilities by older adults from both the congregation and the surrounding community. The Program offers renovation and construction grants as well as grants for equipment. Renovation and construction grants support accessibility improvements such as the installation of elevators or limited-use/limited availability elevators; installation of vertical or include platform lifts; construction of permanent ramps, and the renovation of restrooms for accessibility. Equipment grants support the purchase and installation of accessibility-related equipment such as assistive listening systems, induction loops, and hearing loops, automated door openers; and systems that enable the text of readings, hymns, etc., to be magnified and projected. Priority is given to houses of worship that offer or host programs, services, or activities that engage older adults from within the congregation and the community. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $30,000 | Contact Info: RETIREMENT RESEARCH FOUNDATION, 8765 Higgins Road, Suite 430, Chicago, IL, 60631, Ph: 773-714-8080, Fax: 773-714-8089, Send Email, Visit Website

Established in 1935 at the bequest of Max L. Rosenberg, the Foundation believes that every person in California must have fair and equitable opportunities to participate fully in the state’s economic, social, and political life. Through its sole program area, Economic Inclusion and Human Rights, the Foundation works to equip California’s marginalized communities with the tools and opportunities they need not only to beat the odds, but also change them. The Foundation supports policy reform to advance solutions to California’s toughest challenges in the following priority areas: justice and public safety, immigrant rights and integration, and civil rights and civic participation. The Foundation also awards grants to programs and projects that impact litigation, invest in emerging leaders, and support effective philanthropy and nonprofit advocacy. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals. Instructions on how to submit a letter of inquiry and additional information can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $25,000 | Contact Info: THE ROSENBERG FOUNDATION, 131 Steuart St. , Suite 650, San Francisco, CA, 94105, Ph: 415-644-9777, Fax: 415-357-5016, Visit Website

The Foundation’s mission is to overcome the challenges that affect the health and well-being of people in Central Texas. Grants are awarded to organizations that promote access to primary health care and related services. It funds initiatives in six key areas: healthy aging, healthy futures, healthy living, healthy minds, healthy people, and healthy smiles. Grants can be used for agency operations or project support and are intended to assist successful organizations in achieving lasting, positive changes in the community’s health. The Foundation accepts grant applications by invitation only. Names of the program officers for each program can be found on the Web site. The Foundation asks that new applicants contact the appropriate program officer to determine if their organization or program might be eligible for funding. | Grant Range: $5,000,000 To $500,000 | Contact Info: ST. DAVID’S FOUNDATION, Rebecca LeBlanc, Grants Coordinator, 811 Barton Springs Road, Suite 600, Austin, TX, 78704, Ph: 512-879-6600, Fax: 512-879-6250, Send Email, Visit Website

The Foundation, founded in 2003, is a family foundation dedicated toward pursuing the vision of Cindy and Paul Skjodt, the founders. They seek to enhance the quality of life by providing funds to education, economic development, health, youth sports, community organizations meeting the needs of the underserved, and humanitarian projects. Named for their children – Samantha, Erick, and Ian, the Foundation primarily serves Central Indiana. It has taken part in some international endeavors and has reached outside the state of Indiana on special projects. The board meets quarterly to discuss and determine grant requests. Some additional information can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $25,000 | Contact Info: SAMERIAN FOUNDATION, 9650 Commerce Drive, Suite 532, Carmel, IN, 46032, Ph: 317-802-9220, Fax: 317-802-9226, Send Email, Visit Website

The Foundation advances the arts and inspires creative leadership in Denver, Colo. It awards grants to arts organizations and nonprofit leaders to build and sustain a vibrant community. Priority is given to organizations that help nurture current and next generation artists and arts participants. It also invests in organizations, projects, and efforts that elevate the profile of Denver’s art scene locally and nationally. The Foundation awards general operating support, project support, arts innovation grants, and grants for capital projects. Additional information can be found on the Web site. | Grant Range: $500 To $500,000 | Contact Info: BONFILS-STANTON FOUNDATION, Gina Ferrari, Director, Grants Program, 1601 Arapahoe St., Suite 500, Denver, CO, 80202, Ph: 303-825-3774, Fax: 303-825-0802, Send Email, Visit Website

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Social Change Archive

The Foundation, created by the founders of the ice cream Company, supports organizations that are working to bring about progressive social change by addressing the underlying conditions of societal and environmental problems. The Foundation awards grants to nonprofit, grassroots, community-organizing groups in the United States to further social and environmental justice and support sustainable and just-food systems. The Foundation defines grassroots, constituent-led organizing as collective action from the bottom up that challenges the status quo, demands changes in policy and practice, educates communities about root causes, and advocates and agitates for systemic and just solutions. Grants can be used for both program and operations costs. Grant recipients must have budgets under $500,000 annually. Additional information including a list of the type of organizations not funded can be found on the Web site. The Foundation does not accept grant applications by mail. | Avg. Grant: $20,000 | Contact Info: BEN & JERRY’S FOUNDATION, 30 Community Drive, South Burlington, VT, 05403, Ph: 802-846-1500, Visit Website

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Sports Archive

The Alliance works to ensure that people with disabilities have opportunities to play golf. Of particular interest are inclusive programs that demonstrate how an organization includes people with disabilities into programs with the non-disabled with the ultimate goal of enhancing the inclusion of the disabled into the fabric of their communities. The Alliance will consider requests for funds to assist with costs for golf course and driving range access, golf instruction, standard and adaptive golf clubs and bags, adaptive teaching equipment, transportation of participants to and from programming. Grant eligibility information and other details can be found on the Web site. | Avg. Grant: $20,000 | Contact Info: NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR ACCESSIBLE GOLF, Ph: 812-320-1126, Send Email, Visit Website


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