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1675 FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded in 2004 upon the termination of the Oxford Foundation, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and families through the support of nonprofits working in the areas of arts and culture, education, the environment, health, human services, and history. Priority is given to organizations serving Philadelphia and Chester Counties in southeastern Pennsylvania and other geographic areas of interest to the Trustees. [More...]

786 FOUNDATION

The Foundation, established in 1990 and administered by the Marshall & Ilsley Trust Company, focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: education, the environment, natural resource development, housing and shelter for the poor, human and social service programs, and YMCAs. Giving is focused on programs and projects located in Wisconsin. [More...]

A.J. FLETCHER FOUNDATION

The Foundationís particular focus is on human services and education. It employs its grantmaking to give voice to North Carolinians who have no voice. [More...]

AARON & SARAH FRANZBLAU FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support for K-12 education, as well as vocational training to professionals and interested others to work with the elderly population. The Institute complements the grant program by sponsoring seminars on management techniques, regulatory compliance, and other topics designed to enhance the skills of all levels of caregiving staff. [More...]

AARON AND LILLIE STRAUS FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded in 1926 with money from the Reliable Stores Corporation with a dual focus on rescue and relief of Jewish communities and families throughout the world. It also focused on connecting children in the Baltimore region to opportunities that could help them build strong and secure futures. [More...]

AARON AND RACHEL MEYER MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

The family Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for people and animals in New Jersey and New York states. Its philanthropy traditionally focuses on the areas of healthcare, research, education and animal welfare. [More...]

AARP

The Organization has created the Ethel Percy Andrus Legacy Awards to honor AARPís founder, a pioneer in public school education. The $100,000 award will be given to one public high school (grades 8-12) in cities that have been selected as focal points for AARPís 50th Anniversary celebration. [More...]

ABELARD FOUNDATION

This family Foundation, a member of the Common Counsel Foundation, emphasizes progressive funding. The Foundation is committed to funding social change organizations, which reflect, through their membership or grassroots participation, the communities in which they are based. [More...]

ABELARD FOUNDATION Ė EAST

The Foundation, which has offices on both coasts, has been making grants in support of progressive social change since 1958. Abelard East focuses its grantmaking on projects operating east of the Mississippi River. [More...]

ABELL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís efforts are mostly focused on Baltimore City, which, though making considerable progress, continues to be burdened with far too many problems associated with a high concentration of urban poverty. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on addressing complex challenges to break the cycle of urban poverty. [More...]

ABLE TRUST

The Trustís mission is to be the leader in providing Floridians with disabilities fair employment opportunities through fund-raising, grant programs, public awareness, and education. Itís fully committed to serving all segments of Floridaís pluralistic society. [More...]

ABNEY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is targeted toward innovative and creative projects, and to programs that are responsive to changing community needs. Funding topics include health, social service, education, and cultural affairs, with primary interest being in higher education. [More...]

ACORN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, one of a group of funds administered by Common Counsel, supports projects dedicated to building a sustainable future for the planet and to restoring a healthy global environment. The Foundation, named after the street where the founding family lived, is particularly interested in small and innovative community-based projects. [More...]

ADC FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of ADC Telecommunications Inc. Its goal is to provide social and economic value by encouraging employee contributions and by making direct grants in two strategic focus areas: science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, and nonprofit access to technology. [More...]

ADOBE

The software Companyís Adobe Action Grants, focus on ďcreativity in education,Ē which stresses the use of digital technology in schools and ďcommitment to community,Ē which includes arts education programs, environmental issues, homelessness, services for low-income families, and technology for people with disabilities. Organizations located in Silicon Valley, Calif., King County, Wash., or Ottawa, Canada may apply. [More...]

ADOLPH COORS FOUNDATION

The Foundation, named for the son of the founder of Coors Brewing Company, is a private Foundation that supports nonprofits maintaining the quality of life in Colorado. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in four areas: human services, youth, education, and community. [More...]

AEC TRUST

The Trust is a private foundation established in 1980 as a philanthropic grantmaking organization. Governed by an advisory board that sets policy and is responsible for the review of grants, the Trust focuses its grantmaking on arts and culture; education; environment; and health and human services. [More...]

AFFORDABLE CARE ACT OPPORTUNITY FUND

The Fund, a $450,000 donor advised fund administered by the Topeka Community Foundation, was created by five health philanthropies serving the state of Kansas. The Fund provides short-term, focused grant funding to entities and/or partnerships that are positioned to apply for and manage federal grant dollars related to the Fundís implementation. [More...]

AGSTAR FUND FOR RURAL AMERICA

The Fund is committed to enhancing the quality of life and future opportunities for rural residents and their communities. It was created to extend the Companyís commitment to the agriculture community. [More...]

AHMANSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds cultural projects in the arts and humanities, education at all levels, health care, programs related to homelessness and underserved populations as well as a wide range of human services. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations located in Los Angeles County. [More...]

AIDANíS RED ENVELOPE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to benefit and enrich the lives of children with disabilities. Grants are awarded to families of children with disabilities in Southern California who require funds for special equipment, therapy, summer camps, or treatments. [More...]

AIRBORNE, INC.

The Company, which makes the cough and cold herbal supplement, has established the Airborne Teacher Trust Fund to help fund art and music programs in elementary and middle schools that are in jeopardy of being lost due to budgetary cuts or limitations. Grants from the Fund are initially being offered to private and public school teachers in California, Florida, Louisiana, Massachusetts, and Missouri. [More...]

AKALOA RESOURCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to providing meaningful assistance and support to society, the arts, the environment, and all living things. It provides assistance and support to certain designated charities in order to enhance the quality of life and to relieve the suffering of children, families, and seniors. [More...]

ALASKA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Foundation works to improve the quality of life for all in Alaska. Itís Capacity Building for Charitable Organizations grants program supports professional staff and boards of directors in their effort to access tools, develop practical skills, and cultivate support systems needed to effectively achieve the organizationís mission. [More...]

ALASKA CONSERVATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation, in partnership with the Alaska Native Steering Committee, launched the Alaska Native Fund in 2011 to advance Alaska Native priorities for protecting Alaska Native land and sustaining indigenous ways of life. The Fund provides an indigenous framework for impacting critical environmental issues while promoting strategies to strengthen the capacity of Alaska Native organizations and communities. [More...]

ALASKAN BREWING COMPANY

The Companyís Coastal CODE (Clean Oceans Depend on Everyone) Program supports nonprofits working to protect western waters and coastline of the United States. The Program focuses its grantmaking on two areas: beach, lake, or waterway cleanup activities and water habitat restoration. [More...]

ALBERT AND ETHEL HERZSTEIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on programs and projects that honor the ideals of personal responsibility and resourcefulness in a free society, limited government, self-sufficiency, the right of individuals to enjoy a quality life, and the importance of providing opportunities for people to help themselves. Grantmaking has been focused on organizations that promote education, serve to enrich the human spirit, and work to improve the quality of life for others. [More...]

ALBERT AND MARGARET ALKEK FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established to provide support for charitable, religious, scientific (primarily medical), literary, and educational organizations and programs serving the people of the state of Texas. The majority of grants are awarded for research and education-related projects that will pay lasting dividends in terms of new discoveries and improved quality of life. [More...]

ALBERT I. PIERCE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to memorialize its benefactor through grants, which enrich the cultural life, education, and environment primarily of the citizens of New Mexico. The Foundation awards grants for initiatives that expand community-based programs related to education, the arts, and the environment. [More...]

ALFRED I. DUPONT FOUNDATION

Founded by Jessie Ball DuPont to honor her late husband, the Foundation awards grants to elderly adults requiring health, economic, or educational assistance as well as to indigent children. Support is also given for higher education and medical research. [More...]

ALLEGHENY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, part of the Scaife Foundations, concentrates its giving in the Western Pennsylvania area and focuses its grantmaking on programs for historic preservation, civic development, and education. Initial inquiries to the Foundation should be in letter form signed by the organizationís President or authorized representative and have the approval of the board of directors. [More...]

ALLIANCE FOR CALIFORNIA TRADITIONAL ARTS

The Allianceís Living Cultures Grants Program is a partnership with the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and the James Irvine Foundation. It funds organizations conducting exemplary projects in the traditional arts in California. [More...]

ALTMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to support programs and institutions that enrich the quality of life in New York City. Grantmaking is focused on initiatives that help individuals, families, and communities benefit from the services and opportunities that will enable them to achieve their full potential. [More...]

AMELIA PEABODY CHARITABLE FUND

The Fundís mission is to continue the philanthropic work of its namesake through grants to qualified nonprofits in Boston, the state of Massachusetts, and in the greater New England area that further Amelia Peabodyís lifelong interests. Grants are awarded in health (both human and animal), visual arts, land conservation, and historic preservation. [More...]

AMELIA PEABODY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary mission is to increase the number, range, and depth of positive learning experiences available to materially disadvantaged young people living in the cities and towns of Massachusetts. Funds are awarded for projects and programs that will be carried out in Massachusetts. [More...]

AMERICAN CENTURY INVESTMENTS FOUNDATION

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 Firmís 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. [More...]

AMERICAN LEGACY FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established as part of a settlement agreement between 46 state attorneys general and a group of tobacco companies. The Foundationís goal is to reduce tobacco usage in the United States. [More...]

AMERICAN LIBRARY ASSOCIATION

The Association administers Beyond Words: The Dollar General School Library Relief Fund, a fund that supports public school libraries in the communities served by Dollar General. The Fund provides grants to public schools whose school library program has been affected by a disaster. [More...]

AMERICAN SEAFOODS GROUP LLC

The Company is a world leader in harvesting, at-sea processing, preparation, and supply of quality seafood. Itís corporate giving program supports nonprofits in Alaska with an emphasis on rural areas throughout the state. [More...]

AMERICAN WATER

The Company, through its subsidiaries, provides high quality water and wastewater services to approximately 15 million people in more than 30 states, as well as parts of Canada. Headquartered in New Jersey, American Water is the largest publicly traded water and wastewater utility company in the United States. [More...]

AMERICANA FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports educational and advocacy programs that address the preservation of American agriculture, the conservation of natural resources, and the protection and presentation of expressions of Americaís heritage. The Foundation focuses on two program areas of protection, preservation, and education: American heritage expressed through its material culture, and natural resources and agriculture through land use and growth management. [More...]

AMERIPRISE FINANCIAL

The Company, which specializes in diversified financial services, is accepting applications under its three philanthropic funding platforms, Meeting Basic Needs, Supporting Community Vitality, and Volunteer Driven Causes. The mission of the Companyís Community Relations program is to use resources and talents to improve the lives of individuals and build strong communities. [More...]

AMGEN AWARD FOR SCIENCE TEACHING EXCELLENCE

The Company encourages excellence in science education by recognizing and honoring extraordinary K-12 science teachers in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico who are elevating the level of science literacy through classroom creativity and student motivation. Following a judging process, the Company will choose 34 science teachers for the award. [More...]

AMGEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the largest biotechnology company. Funding priorities include the advancement of science education, improving the quality of care and access for patients, and improving community life. [More...]

AMIEíS PLACE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to helping support organizations that provide direct services for critically and chronically ill children and adults, veterans, the frail elderly, and women and children fleeing domestic violence who risk losing their pets because no one is there to help them. The Foundation funds organizations that provide programs for people who need help caring for their pets, who risk losing them during times of crises, or who face barriers limiting access to their pets when they most need each other. [More...]

AMON G. CARTER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in the fields of arts, education, health and medical services, human and social services, programs benefiting the youth and the elderly, as well as civic and community endeavors that enhance the quality of life. Much of the funding (43 percent) awarded over the past five years has gone to support the Amon Carter Museum. [More...]

ANDERSEN CORPORATE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, formerly known as the Bayport Foundation of Andersen Corporation, awards grants in human services, health and safety, education and enrichment, and civic support. Grants are made to organizations where the Corporation has facilities and employees including Menomonie, Wis., Des Moines, Iowa, Dubuque, Iowa, Page County, Va., and London/Huron, Ontario. [More...]

ANNE AND KIRK DOUGLAS PLAYGROUND AWARDS

The Award supports and encourages Los Angeles public school communities in creating playgrounds that will become the catalyst for campus revitalization. The playgrounds should also give the cityís children fulfilling opportunities and experiences. [More...]

ANTHEM FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports the companyís commitment to enhance the health and well-being of individuals in communities that the insurance Company serves. Its objective is to make strategic charitable choices to target preventable health concerns to create a healthier generation of Americans. [More...]

APPLIED MATERIALS

The Company is a global leader in nanomanufacturing technology solutions. It applies its solutions for the fabrication of semiconductor chips, flat panels, solar photovoltaic cells, flexible electronics, and energy efficient glass. [More...]

ARIE AND IDA CROWN MEMORIAL

The Foundation supports programs that offer opportunities to the disadvantaged, strengthen the bond of families, and improve peopleís lives. As a general rule, the Foundation funds nonprofits that serve the greater Chicago area as well as nonprofits that serve the broader Jewish community. [More...]

ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS FOUNDATION

Since 2000, the Foundation has built or refurbished over 15 baseball fields as part of its ďDiamonds BackĒ Youth Field Building Program. Fields are dedicated in Diamondbacks playersí names and generally feature new lights, an electronic scoreboard, new fencing and backstops, new irrigation, and new dirtwork or grass. [More...]

ARIZONA FORWARD

The Organization advocates for balance between economic development and environmental quality in the state. Itís currently accepting applications from Arizona teachers in grades K-12 to support environmental projects in their classroom, school, or community. [More...]

ARMSTRONG FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Company that manufactures floors, ceilings, and cabinets. It focuses its grantmaking on organizations in the communities in which Company employees live and work. [More...]

ARMSTRONG MCDONALD FOUNDATION

The Foundation's grantmaking focuses on projects and programs relating to animal welfare, education, environment, minorities, and health care. Also of interest are projects addressing medical research, social services, the handicapped, children, and youth. [More...]

ARTHUR N. RUPE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to achieve positive social change by shining the light of truth on critical and controversial issue. It pursues its mission through the support of scholarly studies, education, research, and public debate, and by the dissemination of the results via a variety of media to all segments of the public. [More...]

ARTIST TRUST

The Trustís Irving and Yvonne Twining Humber Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement is given annually to a female visual artist, age 60 or over, in Washington State. The artist must have dedicated 25 years or more of her life to creating art. [More...]

ARTS WORK FUND FOR ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

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. [More...]

ARTSWAVE

The Organizationís Neighborhood Arts and Festivals grants provides support for recurring neighborhood-based arts events that increase the variety and frequency of arts experiences in neighborhoods throughout the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky metro region and create an environment where all members of the neighborhood feel welcome. Organizations must be based in the Cincinnati-Middleton, OH-KY-IN metropolitan region, be based in the neighborhood in which the event takes place, and have not received another grant from the Organization. [More...]

ASSISI FOUNDATION OF MEMPHIS, INC.

The Foundation supports innovative and established programs that address the needs of Mid-South residents in the areas of healthcare and human services, education and literacy, social justice/ethics, and cultural enrichment and the arts. Preference is given to proposals that address a critical community need or opportunity; address root causes of a problem; including clearly stated goals, timelines, objectives, and measurable outcomes; and promote activities that build and sustain connections among diverse groups. [More...]

ATHERTON FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants for programs and projects that benefit the people of Hawaiíi. Priority is given to projects and programs in the arts, culture, and humanities; community development; education; environment; health; human services; spiritual development, and youth development. [More...]

ATWOOD FOUNDATION

The Foundation, named for the former editor and publisher of the Anchorage Times newspaper, was established for the benefit of the people of Anchorage and vicinity. Of particular interest are programs that benefit young people especially those that initiate, complete, and maintain education and arts projects. [More...]

AUEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was formed to support a broad range of health-related needs but in 1995, changed its mission to concentrate on the aging population and its emerging needs. Believing that mature citizens are an important component of a vibrant community, the Foundation is dedicated to building and supporting aging populations that include the entire family, primarily in the Coachella Valley area of California. [More...]

AUSHERMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Ausherman Family Foundation was established in 2006 by Marvin and Lisa Ausherman to fulfill their vision for Frederick County, Maryland. The Foundation strives to empower the passion for change in Frederick and the Trustees envision a vibrant community where committed nonprofit organizations effectively work together in the spirit of cooperation to advance superior charitable outcomes. [More...]

AVERY-FULLER-WELCH CHILDRENíS FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides grants that allow low-income families with children in need of educational, psychological, and/or physical therapy to have access to those professional services. Grants are paid to the service provider/practitioner administering restorative therapy for children ages 22 years old and younger diagnosed with a remedial disability, from low-income families. [More...]

AVON FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on breast cancer and domestic violence. In its commitment to end domestic violence, the Foundation offers two grant programs: Helping Children of Domestic Violence and the Grants Program for Local and Regional Domestic Violence Organizations. [More...]

AXON DESIGN AND MARKETING

The graphic design and marketing firm, based in Portland, Maine, is offering 4 pro bono service grants to New England nonprofits over the next year. The company will award one grant per quarter. [More...]

AYRSHIRE FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on five areas: opportunities for youth; science and the environment; healthcare; services for the elderly and disabled; and community culture. Youth opportunity grants are awarded as strategic investments in young people to help them achieve their potential and equip them for tomorrowís challenges. [More...]

BALL BROTHERS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to the stewardship legacy of the Ball brothers and to improving the quality of life in Muncie, Delaware County, East Central Indiana, and the state of Indiana through philanthropy and leadership. The Foundation awards grants to organizations that demonstrate ďbetter practicesĒ or strive toward ďbest practice designationĒ in conducting their affairs. [More...]

BANK OF AMERICA

The Bankís Neighborhood Excellence Initiative, recognizes, nurtures, and rewards community organizations, local heroes, and student leaders who are helping their neighborhoods achieve excellence. The June deadline is for the Neighborhood Builders and Local Heroes programs. [More...]

BANK OF AMERICA CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Bankís philanthropic arm works to create economically vibrant communities that are better places in which to do business. Grants address immediate needs vital to the health of the communities the Bank serves through a focus on preserving neighborhoods, educating the workforce for 21st century jobs, and addressing basic human services such as hunger. [More...]

BANK OF AMERICA FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its giving on fostering local neighborhood excellence and anchoring local institutions critical to neighborhood vitality. Applications are available online and an eligibility quiz on the Web site will route applicants to the application form. [More...]

BANK OF THE WEST

The Bankís charitable contributions program is committed to improve the quality of life for low- and moderate-income residents in communities served the bank in the following states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Organizations that contribute to education, civic, cultural, health, or human care needs are eligible to apply. [More...]

BARKER WELFARE FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants to qualified charitable organizations whose initiatives improve the quality of life, with an emphasis on strengthening youth and families. Initiatives must also reflect the philosophy of the Foundationís founder, Catherine B. [More...]

BAXTER INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the charitable arm of the pharmaceutical manufacturing company. Its main interest is on funding healthcare projects that improve access, quality, and cost-effectiveness. [More...]

BAYER FOUNDATION

The Foundation has three funding focuses: civic and social services; science education and workforce development; and the arts, art education and culture. The Foundationís grantmaking is targeted at science education and literacy programs that help prepare the workforce for research and technical jobs. [More...]

BEA FOUNDATION

The Foundationís main emphasis is on preschool-age childhood learning. The Foundation supports programs focused on school readiness by age five; increased availability and quality of early care; and safe and supportive communities where children have access to adequate food, shelter and basic services, and are free from crime and violence. [More...]

BECHTEL FOUNDATION

The philanthropic arm of the construction Company supports K-12 education, primarily math and science; engineering schools; and major health and welfare organizations. Other areas of interest include environmental preservation and development, public policy, and international affairs. [More...]

BEIM FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in the following areas: arts and culture, environmental conservation, education, and social services. High priority is given to capital drives and equipment purchases (except in education, human services, and environment). [More...]

BEMIS COMPANY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the flexible packaging and pressure-sensitive materials Company. The Companyís philanthropic philosophy is to become involved in the communities in which it operates and to financially support organizations that meet ever-changing community needs and enhance the quality of life in those communities. [More...]

BESS SPIVA TIMMONS FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1967 to continue Mrs. Timmonsí philanthropic legacy in the areas education, health, medical research, the arts, and programs that emphasize benefits to minority groups, social services, and ecology. [More...]

BI-LO HOLDINGS FOUNDATION

The Foundation, also known as the Southeastern Grocers Foundation, is the philanthropic arm of the grocery retailing Company. It focuses its grantmaking on programs and projects that enhance the well-being of people in the states where the stores do business: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. [More...]

BIRDS EYE FOOD FOUNDATION

The charitable arm of the food processing company, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations operating in communities where the company has facilities including California, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington, and Wisconsin. Funds are targeted toward projects in health, community services, education, youth, and cultural programs. [More...]

BJ'S WHOLESALE CLUB CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to enhance and enrich community programs that primarily benefit children and families. The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of BJís Wholesale Club, which introduced the warehouse club concept to the northeastern United States in 1984. [More...]

BJH FOUNDATION FOR SENIOR SERVICES

The Foundationís mission is to enhance the lives of Jewish seniors residing in North and South Carolina. It does this by distributing grants to organizations providing activities, services, and programs for the elderly in accordance with Jewish values and beliefs. [More...]

BJíS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the retail store. It awards funds to enhance local programs benefiting children and families in the communities served by BJís Clubs throughout the eastern U.S. [More...]

BLACK UNITED FUND OF OREGON

The Fundís mission is to assist in the social and economic development of Oregonís low-income communities and to contribute to a broader understanding of ethnic and culturally diverse groups. Grants are awarded for projects that support the education pipeline, specifically high school completion; higher education access and completion; youth engagement with science, technology, engineering, arts, math, and the medical field; closing achievement gaps and other social determinants of health within traditionally underserved communities. [More...]

BLANDIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is Minnesotaís largest rural-based and rural-focused foundation. Grantmaking is targeted toward creating vibrant Itasca County communities (including the communities of Hill City, Remer, Blackduck and Northome), investments in leadership of skilled community leaders, and expanding opportunity for all residents through the blend of economic vitality, intentional inclusion, and education success. [More...]

BLUE AND YOU FOUNDATION FOR A HEALTHIER ARKANSAS

The Foundation was established and funded by Arkansas Blue Cross and Blue Shield health insurance to promote better health in Arkansas. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on projects that affect health-care delivery, health-care policy, and health-care economics. [More...]

BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD OF MISSISSIPPI FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to improving the health and wellness of all Mississippians, with a focus on healthy eating and exercise. Preference is given to programs in childrenís health and wellness, community health initiatives, and the promotion of healthy lifestyles and choices at every age. [More...]

BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD OF LOUISIANA FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Angel Awards honor volunteers who perform extraordinary work for Louisianaís at-risk children. The Angel Award increases awareness of childrenís needs throughout the state and provides much-needed resources to help address them. [More...]

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD MASSACHUSETTS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Catalyst Fund supports capacity building in health care organizations and community-based agencies with health care programs. Grants from the Fund will assist with one-time expenses needed to strengthen an organizationís ability to fulfill health care components of its mission. [More...]

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF ARIZONA

The Insurerís Corporate Giving Program supports nonprofits that seek to enhance the quality of life in company communities throughout the state of Arizona. Grants are awarded in the following areas: arts and cultural programming, economic development and civic initiatives, youth and education, and health, wellness, and human services initiatives. [More...]

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF MASSACHUSETTS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Catalyst Fund provides one-time, non-renewable grants up to $5,000 for a 12-month period to help community-based health care organizations strengthen their capacity to expand access to health care in Massachusetts. Eligible organizations include health centers, clinics, healthcare advocacy groups, and community-based organizations. [More...]

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF MICHIGAN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Community Health Matching Program grants are awarded to nonprofit community organizations that develop, use, and evaluate new ways to solve community health problems. The Foundation is the philanthropic affiliate of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and is dedicated to improving the health of the stateís residents through its support of research and innovative programs. [More...]

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF MINNESOTA

The Company has launched Prevention Minnesota, a long-term health improvement initiative designed to tackle the root causes of the most preventable and costliest diseases Ė tobacco use, physical inactivity, and poor nutrition. Funded by the money from the tobacco company lawsuit, the initiative is designed for all Minnesotans. [More...]

BLUE FOUNDATION FOR A HEALTHY FLORIDA

The Foundation, the charitable arm of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida, is addressing the issue of the uninsured with its current grantmaking schedule. The 2006 priority is to maximize the impact of community-based health clinics and outreach services. [More...]

BLUECROSS BLUESHIELD OF TENNESSEE HEALTH FOUNDATION

Established in December, 2003, the Foundation promotes the philanthropic mission of BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee. The Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the people in Tennessee by awarding grants that improve health, public education, and economic development. [More...]

BNSF FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad. Its mission is to support and improve the general welfare and quality of life in the communities served by BNSF. [More...]

BOEING FOUNDATION

The foundation accepts letters of inquiry from nonprofits working in the areas of education, environment, health and human services, arts and culture, and civic engagement to benefit the people of Chicago. Education grants are awarded for projects that promote improvements in the care and education of children from birth to age 5. [More...]

BONFILS-STANTON FOUNDATION

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. [More...]

BONNAROO WORKS FUND

The Fund, a component fund of the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, supports programs and projects in the arts, education, and environment from nonprofit organizations based in Middle Tennessee. Money from the annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, the generosity of fans and vendors, has supported local, regional, and national charities and organizations. [More...]

BOOTH FERRIS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary interest is in the field of education, including smaller colleges and public education initiatives in New York City. The Foundation also makes grants in the areas of civic and urban affairs and culture in New York City. [More...]

BOSTON FOUNDATION

The Foundation is one of the oldest and largest community foundations in the nation. All of the Foundationís work is guided by two main strategic goals: to ensure that Greater Boston residents are successful and thriving and Greater Boston communities are vibrant. [More...]

BRADLEY-TURNER FOUNDATION

One of the top ten private foundations in Georgia, the Foundationís is the philanthropic arm of the W.C. Bradley Foundation, makers of the Char-Broil grill. [More...]

BRAINERD FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations that protect the environmental quality of the Pacific Northwest. Grants are awarded in two areas: endangered ecosystems and communications and capacity building. [More...]

BREAD & ROSES COMMUNITY FUND

The Fund offers support for social justice projects in the Delaware Valley, which includes five Pennsylvania counties (Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery) as well as Camden County, New Jersey. The Fund represents a group of donors and activists who are committed to promoting social justice and is seeking applicants for three of its funds. [More...]

BREAD AND ROSES COMMUNITY FUND

The Fund is a partnership of donors and activities committed to supporting social change in Delaware Valley, Penn. The Fundís Racial and Economic Justice Fund was created to support groups using community organizing to promote racial and economic justice at the local, state, national, and international levels. [More...]

BROAD FOUNDATION

The Foundation plans to increase its investments in training programs that develop strong, high-quality principals in urban schools. The Foundation will accept proposals from school districts, charter school management organizations, nonprofits, and universities, to develop, implement, or expand high-quality programs. [More...]

BROOKDALE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Relatives as Parents Program is designed to encourage and promote the creation or expansion of services for grandparents and other relatives who have taken on the responsibility of surrogate parenting when the biological parents are unable to do so. The Local and State Seed Grant Initiatives is targeted at public state agencies that can generate new relative caregiver activities, locally and statewide, for grandparents and other relatives. [More...]

BRUNSWICK FOUNDATION

The foundation supports causes and/or projects that address environmental and conservation issues related to boating, fishing, and other outdoor or indoor recreation activities. It also supports programs where Brunswick Corp. [More...]

BUELL FOUNDATION

The Foundation partners with programs and organizations to ensure that there is a quality system in place allowing all children to be valued, healthy, and thriving. Funding is awarded in two areas: early childhood education and development, and teen pregnancy prevention. [More...]

BUILD-A-BEAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the toy Company. Its mission is to add a little more HEART to life by providing opportunities for children of all ages to better their communities and share their heart with others. [More...]

BULLITT FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports efforts to promote conservation and stewardship of agricultural lands. Of particular interest are projects that promote the adoption of agricultural practices to reduce soil loss and water pollution, minimize pesticide use, conserve biodiversity, promote the efficient and non-polluting use of water, and efforts to preserve farmland. [More...]

BURNING FOUNDATION

The Foundationís areas of interest include environmental programs; conservation programs for low-income children and youth; and teen pregnancy protection. Environmental programs should address protecting threatened rivers and forests, nurturing native fish, and conserving land and open space for ecological and recreational purposes. [More...]

BURROUGHS WELLCOME FUND

The Fundís Student Science Enrichment Program supports diverse programs with a common goal Ė to enable primary and secondary students to participate in creative, hands-on scientific activities for K-12 students and pursue inquiry-based exploration in the Fundís home state of North Carolina. The Program supports career oriented and practical programs intended to provide creative science enrichment activities for students in K-12 education who have shown exceptional skills and interest in science and mathematics, as well as those perceived to have high potential. [More...]

BURTON D. MORGAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded in 1967 with a donation of stock from the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, is dedicated to the preservation of the free enterprise system. [More...]

BUSH FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Bush Leadership Fellows Program seeks accomplished, motivated individuals from Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota or northwestern Wisconsin who are eager to prepare themselves for greater leadership responsibilities within their communities or professions. Applicants are invited to propose academic or self-designed learning experiences that will help them attain goals they set for themselves. [More...]

CABOT CORPORATE GIVING

As the maker of micropowders, carbon black, inkjet colorants, and fumed metal oxides, the Corporationís funding priorities include science and technology education, and community and civic improvement efforts in the communities in which the Corporation operates. Requests for funding should be made through the appropriate Corporate facility in the applicantís community. [More...]

CABOT CORPORATION

Supports community outreach with priority given to science and technology education as well as community and civic improvement efforts in the communities where the company has major facilities or operations. Organizations in Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Texas, and West Virginia are eligible to apply. [More...]

CAESARS ENTERTAINMENT FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the charitable arm of the casino and entertainment Company. The Foundation provides support to nonprofits that serve communities where the Companyís employees and their families live and work. [More...]

CALIFORNA WILDLANDS GRASSROOTS FUND

The Fund, an initiative of the Tides Foundation, was established to support the efforts of activists to preserve Californiaís wildlands. The Fund focuses on small nonprofits, with budgets of $100,000 or less, and individual activists with a sponsoring organization, who show a demonstrated ability and commitment to conserve Californiaís natural landscapes, ecosystems, plants, and wildlife. [More...]

CALIFORNIA COUNCIL FOR THE HUMANITIES

The Councilís Youth Digital Filmmakers, supports projects that engage California youth in creating short films about how they see California. Each project will pair a local filmmaker, a humanities scholar, and a community-based organization in an effort to create humanities-based media that will be shown at community screenings and for wider distribution. [More...]

CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

Prop 84 is the statewide park program for California State Parks. Under the proposition, the California Department of Parks and Recreation will award funding to acquire, construct, and/or rehabilitate recreation facilities including parks, that can be used for nature education. [More...]

CALIFORNIA HISTORICAL SOCIETY

The Society is accepting nominations from authors for the 2015 California Historical Society Book Award, which honors a book-length manuscript that deepens public understanding of some aspect of California history. The $5,000 prize will be awarded to the author(s) of a manuscript that makes an important contribution to California historical scholarship and adheres to high scholarly standards while being lively and engaging to general readers. [More...]

CALIFORNIA WILDLANDS GRASSROOTS FUND

Part of the Tides Foundation family of funds, the Fund was established to support activistsí efforts in preserving Californiaís wildlands. The Fundís grantmaking focuses on small nonprofits with budgets of $100,000 or less and individual activists (with a sponsoring organization) who show a ďdemonstrated ability and commitmentĒ to conserve the stateís plants, wildlife, ecosystems, and natural landscapes. [More...]

CAMBIA HEALTH FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Sojourns Program supports palliative care initiatives in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Utah. The Foundation is committed to transforming health care and improving end-of-life care in collaborative and innovative ways. [More...]

CAMBRIA HEALTH FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to transforming health care and improving end-of-life care in collaborative and innovative ways. Its Sojourns grants help ensure that palliative care is available to all patients with advanced illness. [More...]

CAMPBELL SOUP FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support to local champions that inspire positive change in communities where Company employees live and work. Priority is given to nonprofits in Camden, NJ., the birthplace of the Companyís flagship soup business and home to its world headquarters. [More...]

CARGILL

The Company is committed to feeding the world in a responsible way, reducing its environmental impact, and improving the communities in which employees live and work. Grantmaking is focused on the following areas: Food Security and Nutrition, Education, and the Environment. [More...]

CARIBBEAN CONSERVATION CORPORATION AND SEA TURTLE SURVIVAL LEAGUE

Administered by the Corporation, the Leagueís Sea Turtle Grants Program supports research, conservation, and education programs that benefit Florida sea turtles. Conservation grants are awarded for the protection of marine turtles, their nests, and hatchlings from harmful activities on the nesting beach. [More...]

CARING FOR COLORADO FOUNDATION

The Foundation, formed from the sale of Blue Cross Blue Shield, has as itís mission to promote health and improve health for the people of Colorado, helping to ensure that the people of Colorado are the healthiest in the nation. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in four categories: building health care capacity, strengthening health care systems, linking people to care, and promoting prevention. [More...]

CARLS FOUNDATION

Created by William Carls, the CEO of Numatics, a company that produces industrial air valves, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations in the state of Michigan. The Foundationís grantmaking interests include childrenís welfare, including health care facilities and programs, with a special emphasis on the prevention and treatment of hearing impairments. [More...]

CATHAY BANK FOUNDATION

The Foundation, an affiliate of the Bank, seeks to enhance the growth and success of communities where the bank serves its customers. The Foundationís objective is to create opportunities in the areas of affordable housing, community and economic development, and education. [More...]

CENTURYLINK CLARKE M. WILLIAMS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the media provider, which works to improve lives, strengthen businesses, and connect communities by delivering advanced technologies and solutions with honest and personal service. The Foundation supports programs, projects, and initiatives that improve the well-being and overall quality of life for people in Company communities. [More...]

CERES FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on programs that seek to make permanent improvements in peopleís lives by means of short-term interventions. These programs address acute problems that block peopleís chances at critical moments in their lives. [More...]

CHAMBERS FAMILY FUND

The Foundation seeks a fair and just society that ensures true opportunity for all. Its mission is to increase access to opportunities that improve the chances for success and quality of life for those who are most impacted by economic, social, and political injustice. [More...]

CHARLES EDISON FUND

The Fund targets its grantmaking toward the areas of medical research, science education, and historic preservation. Founded by the son of inventor, Thomas Alva Edison, the Fund is a ďseed moneyĒ organization. [More...]

CHARLES EVANS HUGHES MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation, named for the Secretary of State under President Calvin Coolidge, focuses its grantmaking on education; combating prejudice based on race, color, or religious belief; protecting the environment; and the arts. Education grants are awarded for legal education, the social sciences, and technical education with an emphasis on assisting minorities. [More...]

CHARLES F. BACON TRUST

The Trust was established to support and promote quality educational, human services, and health care programming for underserved populations. Educational grants fund programs for all ages, focusing on those that support academic access, enrichment, and remedial programs for children, youth, adults, and older adults. [More...]

CHARLES M. AND MARY D. GRANT FOUNDATION

The Foundation primarily supports organizations located or working in the Southeastern United States in its areas of interest: community and economic development, health and human services, education, and literacy. Projects are the preferred funding target, but the Foundation will consider requests for operating support from organizations with budgets of less than $1 million. [More...]

CHARLES PARKER TRUST FOR PUBLIC MUSIC FUND

The Fund was established to help furnish good music to the public for free or a nominal admission price. Administered by Bank of America, the Fund supports arts, culture, and humanities nonprofits in New Britain, Conn. [More...]

CHARLOTTE MARTIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to enriching the lives of youth in the areas of athletics, culture, and education, as well as protecting and preserving wildlife and habitat. Culture programs include those in underserved areas; active participation of youth in music, art, dance, and literature; ticket sponsorship to expand youth access to performances; and projects that celebrate the heritage and cultural diversity of a community. [More...]

CHARLOTTE MECKLENBURG COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, part of the Foundation for the Carolinas, focuses its grantmaking on its Children and Youth grants Program. Grants are awarded to projects and programs that seek to achieve the results for the children and youth of Mecklenburg County. [More...]

CHESAPEAKE BAY TRUST

The Trust is accepting applications for its stewardship grants program. Through the program, the Trust seeks to increase public awareness and public involvement in the restoration and protection of the bay and its rivers. [More...]

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY

The Companyís corporate giving program supports nonprofits that improve the quality of life and stimulate the economy in the companyís operating areas in Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia, and Wyoming. The Company awards grants in the following areas: community development, education, health and medical issues, and social services. [More...]

CHESAPEAKE ENERGY CORPORATION

The Companyís corporate giving program supports nonprofits that improve the quality of life and stimulate the economy in the Companyís operating areas in Colorado, Kentucky, Louisiana, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Grants are awarded in the following areas: arts and culture, community development, education, environment, health, and social services. [More...]

CHICHESTER DUPONT FOUNDATION

The Foundation promotes the quality of life for Americans and their environment. It focuses its grantmaking on three areas: environment, health care, and education and makes the majority of its grants to organizations located in Delaware who serve underprivileged children in Delaware. [More...]

CHINOOK FUND

The Fund focuses its grantmaking on Colorado grassroots organizations that work to create a just, equitable, and free society by transforming oppressive and discriminatory political, social, and economic systems and institutions. Funded organizations should challenge the root causes of oppression rather than treating the symptoms. [More...]

CHRISTENSEN FUND

The Fund supports nonprofits and public institutions in the areas of visual arts and conservation science as well as educational institutions with those two programs. Visual arts grants support acquisitions and research related to acquisitions; exhibitions and related activities such as publications and outreach; collections management, preservation/conservation; and public educational programs. [More...]

CHT FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established by the family of William O. Taylor, the former publisher of The Boston Globe. [More...]

CLARENCE E. HELLER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to protect and improve the quality of life through support of programs in the environment, human health, education, and the arts. Grants are awarded in the following areas: environment and health, education, and music. [More...]

CLAUDE W. AND DOLLY AHRENS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís funding has generally been focused on the arts, community enhancement, education, the environment, health care, parks and recreation, and social services. Applicants should submit a two- to three-page letter of inquiry. [More...]

CLAUDE WORTHINGTON BENEDUM FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants in three program areas that reach organizations in West Virginia and southwestern Pennsylvania (Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, and Washington counties). Grants are awarded in education, economic development, and civic engagement. [More...]

CLOWES FUND

Created by the former head of Eli Lilly and Company, the Fund supports organizations and programs that focus primarily on socio-economically disadvantaged individuals through the arts, education, and certain social services. Funding is concentrated in three geographic areas: Indianapolis, IN; Seattle, and New England. [More...]

COASTAL CODE FUND

The Coastal CODE (Clean Oceans Depend on Everyone) Fund, developed in partnership with the Ocean Foundation and Alaskan Brewing, supports nonprofits working to protect the Western waters and coastline of the United States. The Fundís grantmaking is targeted toward programs and projects that promote beach clean-up activities. [More...]

COCKERELL FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports charitable organizations primarily in the Houston, Texas area in the areas of education, youth activities, health care and medical research, and cultural institutions. It has, as its special emphasis, support for the University of Texas at Austin. [More...]

COLLINS C. DIBOLL PRIVATE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on Louisiana nonprofits in the areas of higher education, human services, and youth. Grants are also made to Catholic churches and agencies; art museums, and Protestant churches and agencies. [More...]

COLUMBIA FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to furthering the public welfare within the limits of nature. It focuses its grantmaking on three areas: arts and culture, human rights, and food and farming. [More...]

COMCAST FOUNDATION

The Foundation lends support to organizations and programs that effectively use communications technology to address community needs in the areas of literacy and reading, volunteerism, and youth leadership. Of particular interest are programs that apply innovative approaches to developing and encouraging skills in communications and the arts, particularly among youth. [More...]

COMMUNITY FIRST FOUNDATION

The Foundation invites Denver-area nonprofits to apply for challenge grants to help them build their endowment so they can strengthen their long-term financial stability. The Foundation will match $0.50 per $1 for funds contributed to the participating organizationís endowment. [More...]

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF WESTERN NEVADA

The Foundation invites proposals for its Dream Tags Charitable Fund, a program aimed at restoring resilience in at-risk Nevada habitats through collaborative projects that support the sustained preservation, protection, management, or restoration of wildlife and its habitat. To be eligible, projects must be implemented in Nevada. [More...]

CONOCOPHILLIPS CORPORATION

The oil Corporationís charitable giving supports educational institutions, the environment, civic programs, and the arts. Under education, the Corporation is committed to equipping children around the world with the tools and skills necessary to succeed. [More...]

CONSTELLATION

The energy Companyís E2 Energy to Education grants seek to provide quality educational opportunities and career development around the topic of energy Ė energy science, energy technology and/or energy education. The grants fund local community projects that encourage and inspire students to think differently about energy. [More...]

CONSTELLATION E2 ENERGY TO EDUCATE

The Initiative, a philanthropic program of Constellation Energy Company, invites students in grades 6-12 and college to experience problem solving todayís and tomorrowís energy challenges. Grants fund projects designed to enhance students; understanding of science and technology, and inspire them to think differently about energy. [More...]

CONSTELLATION ENERGY

As the nationís first gas light utility, the Company has evolved into one of the largest and most innovative energy companies in America. The Companyís grantmaking is focused on environmental stewardship. [More...]

CONTORER FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by Aaron Contorer, a former Microsoft executive, focuses its grantmaking on investing in a more sustainable future for an increasingly wealthy world. It supports cost-effective, results oriented projects that promote a sustainable way of life in America (projects must be based in Seattle and San Diego) and in reducing worldwide population growth. [More...]

COPIC MEDICAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the insurance Company. It was founded to provide a stable medical liability environment in Colorado and to create a company overseen by physicians with the interests of the health care community in mind. [More...]

CORA L. BROOKS FOUNDATION

Responding to the need for clean water, the Foundation supports nonprofits in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania working to alleviate significant ecological problems within the watersheds of the Delaware and Susquehanna Rivers. The Foundationís primary focus is on environmental conservation, restoration, and education within these watersheds, with a particular emphasis on environmental protection issues relating to clean water and water-related ecologies. [More...]

CORNING INCORPORATED FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the glass company, directs its financial resources almost exclusively toward initiatives that improve the quality of life in and near communities where the Company is an active corporate citizen. Funding areas of interest include education, arts and culture, community service, matching gifts, and national programs. [More...]

COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION

The Council recognizes excellence in economic education by honoring three outstanding educators form the New York Metropolitan area with the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Teaching Champion Award. [More...]

CRANE FUND FOR WIDOWS AND CHILDREN

The Fund, one of the philanthropic endeavors of the Crane Company, awards grants in support of needy and disadvantaged youth in areas where the company does business. Past funding has been earmarked for the Red Cross and the Salvation Army as well as efforts to help the homeless, abused, and disabled children, runaways, and those with mental health problems. [More...]

CREATIVE WORK FUND

The Fund, a program of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund, invites artists and nonprofits to apply for grants in support of collaborative projects featuring media or traditional artists. Each year, the Fund focuses on projects from different disciplines. [More...]

CROSSROADS FUND

The Fund supports organizations in the Chicago metropolitan area that are doing social change work. The Fund defines social change work as ďpeople in communities organizing together to change the conditions, institutions, and policies that create and maintain inequality and oppression.Ē Projects of interest include cross-issue organizing, grassroots leadership, and social change work. [More...]

CROTCHED MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to serving individuals with disabilities and their families, embracing personal choice and development, and building communities of mutual support. Through specialized education, rehabilitation, and residential support services, the Foundation seeks to renew hope and restore lives for thousands of people annually in New England and New York State. [More...]

CSX COMMUNITY INVESTMENT PROGRAM

The Corporate Giving Program is the philanthropic component of the railroad Company. The Program supports nonprofits that serve the communities where the Company is located, primarily in the Eastern, Southern, and Upper Midwest areas of the United States. [More...]

CSX FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the railroad Company. The Foundation has structured its giving guidelines around the following areas: personal safety education, community safety, and environment. [More...]

CUMMINS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the engine manufacturer and one of the oldest corporate charitable foundations in the United States. The Foundationís mission is to serve and improve the communities in which the Company does business and to provide tools and means for people living on the edge of society to overcome the barriers they face. [More...]

CURTIS AND EDITH MUNSON FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary focus for its grantmaking is on the conservation of natural resources in North America and the Caribbean Basin, with an emphasis on the United States. Major program areas include: marine resource conservation and management with a particular interest in fisheries; South Florida ecosystems (Everglades, Biscayne Bay, Florida Bay, and the Florida Keys); and Alabama environmental issues. [More...]

CURTIS AND EDITH MUSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support for the conservation of natural resources in North America and the Caribbean Basin with emphasis on the United States. Priority is given to marine resource conservation and management with priority given to fisheries; South Florida ecosystems (Everglades, Biscayne Bay, Florida Bay, and the Florida Keys), and Alabama environmental issues. [More...]

CVS CAREMARK

The pharmacy Companyís community grants program funds programs that target children under 21 with disabilities, those that focus on health and rehabilitation services, public schools that promote a greater level of inclusion in student activities and extracurricular programs, and initiatives that give greater access to physical movement and play. The Company also awards grants to organizations that provide uninsured individuals with needed care, especially programs where the care received is of higher quality and delivered by providers who participate in accountable community health care programs. [More...]

CVS CAREMARK COMMUNITY GRANTS

The Companyís community grants program awards funds to nonprofits that support children with disabilities, including programs focusing on health and rehabilitation services and initiatives that encourage physical movement and play. Applicants must offer inclusive programs or programs for children with disabilities under age 21. [More...]

CVS CAREMARK CORPORATION

The Companyís community grant program supports nonprofits throughout the United States in the communities where the Company has stores. It focuses its grantmaking on children with disabilities; programs focusing on health and rehabilitation services; and public schools promoting a greater level of inclusion in student activities and extracurricular programs; and initiatives that give greater access to physical movement and play. [More...]

CVS/PHARMACY

The Corporation supports its communities through grants to nonprofits. Its current interest includes programs targeting children under the age of 18 with disabilities that address health and rehabilitation services; public schools promoting a greater level of inclusion in student activities or extracurricular programs; or creating movements or facilities that give greater access to physical movement and play. [More...]

DAMMANN FUND

The Fund is committed to using its resources for the support of qualified charitable organizations operating programs in Southwestern Connecticut, New York City, and Charlottesville, Va. Grantmaking is focused on the following topics: mental health and teen parenthood. [More...]

DANIELS FUND

The Fund focuses its efforts on providing a better life and greater opportunities to thousands of individuals in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. The Fund also earmarks monies for national programs. [More...]

DANVILLE REGIONAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation exists to help transform the Dan River Region, including the City of Danville and Pittsylvania County, Va., as well as Caswell County, North Carolina. Grants are awarded based on two primary broad factors: a clear link to the Foundationís mission and four focus areas of education, economic vitality, health and wellness, and community engagement and the organizationís articulation of need and impact. [More...]

DARDEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the restaurant Corporation, focuses its grantmaking on three areas: Recipe for Success, -- access to postsecondary education; Preservation of natural resources, and Good Neighbor grants. With 2,100 restaurants, the Corporation strives to have an enduring and positive influence on the communities it serves. [More...]

DART FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to advance and encourage youth education, primarily in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The Foundation also supports projects that strengthen and improve the quality of life in numerous identified communities. [More...]

DC BAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the largest funder of civil legal services in the District of Columbia. Its mission is to fund, support, and improve legal representation of the poor, vulnerable, and otherwise disadvantaged in the District. [More...]

DEACONESS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is the improved health of the Metropolitan St. Louis community and its people. [More...]

DEAN & MARGARET LESHER FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants to benefit the residents of Contra Costa County in California. The Foundation has an established interest in funding programs or projects in the areas of education, visual and performing arts, and children and families. [More...]

DEAN FOODS

The Company is committed to giving back and supporting the communities in which it does business. Efforts are focused in three main areas: health/nutrition (including hunger), education/arts, and environmental stewardship/conservation. [More...]

DEKKO FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in the areas of early childhood education and the community. Priority is given to early childhood projects that support a healthy start for children; the development of high-quality, early childhood education and quality childcare centers, and projects that foster positive, responsible family development. [More...]

DEL E. WEBB FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the construction Company that built Sun City, Arizona, the first major retirement in the country. It provides direct support to qualified organizations for qualified charitable purposes in the areas of medical services, research, and education. [More...]

DELAPLAINE FOUNDATION

Established in 2000, this private family Foundation was created to help enrich the lives of community members and perpetuate the outstanding quality of life enjoyed in Frederick, Maryland, and the surrounding area. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the states of Maryland, nearby states, and the District of Columbia by supporting programs to strengthen the arts and sciences, historical preservation, educational advancement, spiritual enlightenment, and physical well being. [More...]

DELTA DENTAL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Brighter Futures Community grants support community organizations and programs which promote/provide oral health care for children and/or adults. Grants must be dedicated to local nonprofit programs designed to promote oral health in Michigan, Indiana, and/or Ohio. [More...]

DELUXE CORPORATION FOUNDATION

The Corporation focuses its grantmaking on human service, education, and cultural organizations in or around its corporate facilities. Types of support include general operating support, annual campaigns, capital campaigns, building construction/renovation, equipment acquisition, program development, scholarship funds, and employee matching gifts. [More...]

DENNIS AND PHYLLIS WASHINGTON FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Washington Companies, which includes heavy equipment, mining, aviation, transportation, and real estate in its portfolio. The Foundation supports a broad spectrum of causes benefiting people of all ages and is especially interested in education, health and human services, arts and culture, and community service. [More...]

DETWILER FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation invites applications from organizations based in the greater Philadelphia area or Portland, Oregon, that are dedicated to enriching and improving the lives of children in the community. The Foundation aims to serve children dealing with significant life challenges by facilitating their access to education and the arts. [More...]

DIANA DAVIS SPENCER FOUNDATION

The Foundation espouses the values upon which our nation was founded -- duty, honor, freedom, individual responsibility, and work ethic. The Foundationís mission is to promote entrepreneurship, self-reliance, global understanding, free enterprise, as well as to enhance the quality of life by supporting the arts, education, health advancements, and preservation of the environment. [More...]

DIGNITY HEALTH

Headquartered in San Francisco the Health System delivers care to diverse communities in 21 states. Itís the fifth largest health system in the nation and the largest health provider in California. [More...]

DIME BANK FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the original Dime Savings Bank of Norwich, Connecticut. The Foundation supports and gives back to the communities it serves in the New London County, Conn. [More...]

DISABILITY FUNDERS NETWORK

In response to Hurricane Sandy, the Network has activated its Rapid Response Fund to help nonprofits meet the immediate and long-term needs of people with disabilities in the Northeast affected by the hurricane. The Fund will offer mini-grants to nonprofits to meet specific needs which include, but are not limited to transportation, shelter, medication, medical equipment, and assistive technology. [More...]

DIXON WATER FOUNDATION

The Foundation dedicates itself to promoting healthy watersheds through good land management throughout key ecosystems in Texas. Priority is given to ecologically and financially sustainable land management that will enhance water retention and minimize erosion in watersheds. [More...]

DOLLAR GENERAL

Dollar General, in collaboration with the American Library Association, the American Association of School Librarians, and the National Education Association is sponsoring a school library disaster relief fund for public school libraries in states served by the Company. The fund will provide grants to public schools whose school library program has been affected by a disaster. [More...]

DOLLAR GENERAL LITERACY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Youth Literacy grants focus on education. Youth literacy grants provide funding to schools, public libraries, and nonprofits to help with the implementation or expansion of literacy programs for students who are below grade level or experiencing difficulty reading. [More...]

DOMINION FOUNDATION

As the philanthropic arm of the natural gas and electric company, the Foundation funds projects in five topic areas: environment, education, culture and the arts, civic and community development, and health and human services. The Foundation invests in organizations and programs that improve the quality of life in company communities. [More...]

DONALD W. REYNOLDS FOUNDATION

The Foundation awards a limited number of Capital Grants annually to community-based, publicly supported, private nonprofits in Arkansas, Nevada, and Oklahoma. The Foundation's Capital Grants are earmarked for programs that offer extraordinary potential for a transformational impact on the applicant organization and the community it serves. [More...]

DONALDSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Donaldson Company. Grants are made for education and to organizations focused on assisting the transition toward economic self-sufficiency. [More...]

DOUG FLUTIE JR. FOUNDATION FOR AUTISM

The Foundation, created by the former pro football player, seeks to help families affected by autism live life to the fullest. The Foundationís grantmaking focuses on three areas: access to services, active lifestyle, and adult community-based services. [More...]

DOUG FLUTIE, JR. FOUNDATION FOR AUTISM

The Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life for people and families affected by autism spectrum disorder. It is dedicated to increasing the awareness of autism and the unique challenges of families who are faced with it everyday. [More...]

DP FOUNDATION

The DP Foundation supports organizations that improve the quality of life in the communities in which the Dermody Company does business. Funding interests focus on family and children, education, services for seniors, and the arts. [More...]

DR. SCHOLL FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Dr. Scholl foot care Company, is dedicated to providing financial assistance to organizations committed to improving the world. [More...]

DUNSPAUGH-DALTON FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on organizations in areas of higher, secondary, and elementary education; social services; youth; health associations and hospitals; cultural programs; and civic affairs. The Foundation supports capital campaigns, continuing support, endowment funds, matching funds, operating support, professorships, and special projects. [More...]

DYERS-IVES FOUNDATION

The Foundation concentrates the majority of its grantmaking in Grand Rapids, Mich. Itís funding interests are humanities, arts and cultural programs, education, the environment, housing and shelter, youth development services, human services, community development, neighborhood development, philanthropy, and volunteerism. [More...]

DYSON FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Mini Grant program helps Mid-Hudson Valley (New Yorkís Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, and Ulster counties) nonprofits improve their internal operations, program development, administration, and management to better improve their missions. These grants enable nonprofit board, staff, and volunteer leaders to develop new skills by providing organizations with financial support to hire consultants to lead specific capacity building activities. [More...]

E.L. WIEGAND FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports educational institutions in the academic areas of science, business, fine arts, and law; as well as medicine/health organizations in the areas of heart, eye, and cancer surgery, treatment and research. The Foundation also gives preference to projects that enrich children, communities, public policy, and art. [More...]

ECA FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Energy Corporation of America, has as its goal to maximize the development and potential of youth whether academically, spiritually, or physically. Grantmaking is targeted toward programs that focus on youth education, with preference given to programs that offer direct services. [More...]

ED RACHAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the people of Texas. The Foundation awards grants to nonprofits in a wide range of areas, including education, children and youth, health and social services, environmental issues, arts and culture, and community and civic affairs. [More...]

EDITH GLICK SHOOLMAN CHILDRENíS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking supports programs, which promote literacy, reading, and writing; improve the health and physical fitness of children; introduce children to, and foster the love of poetry, gardening, music, and other arts; and encourage the development of a childís dignity and self-worth. The Foundation will also consider funding programs that support children, such as teacher training, as long as the applicant can demonstrate a clear benefit to children. [More...]

EDS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the software company. It supports nonprofit organizations involved in education, health and human services, and arts and culture. [More...]

EDWARD N. AND DELLA L. THOME MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 2002 by Robert P. Thome to honor the memory of his parents. [More...]

EDYTH BUSH CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of Central Florida. The Foundation helps create innovative civic solutions that help people help themselves. [More...]

EISNER FOUNDATION

Founded in 1996 by former Walt Disney CEO Michael Eisner and his wife, Jane, the Foundation provides financial support to organizations serving Los Angeles County that address the needs of underserved children and the elderly. The Foundation seeks to provide the children of Los Angeles with the tools they need to attain self-sufficiency and build productive lives. [More...]

EL POMAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation promotes the current and future well being of the people of Colorado through its grantmaking and community stewardship. One of the largest and oldest private foundations in the Rocky Mountain West, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on five areas: health, education, civic/community, human services, and arts and culture. [More...]

ELIZABETH ORDWAY DUNN FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on Florida environmental issues. Topics of special interest include comprehensive planning and growth management, conservation of land and wildlife resources, and energy conservation and renewable resource development. [More...]

ELMINA B. SEWALL FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking support on the conservation of the natural environment and the well being of animals and human beings, primarily in Maine. Animal welfare grants emphasize capacity building and reducing the unwanted cat population. [More...]

ENDOWMENT FOR HEALTH

The Endowment seeks to improve the health and reduce the burden of illness for the people of New Hampshire, especially the vulnerable and underserved. Priority is given to programs and projects in childrenís behavioral health; health equity; early childhood development; elder health, and health policy. [More...]

EQT FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on areas that have a direct effect on the stability of communities and in turn, contribute to the success of its business operations in those areas. The Foundation supports nonprofits in the communities that the Company serves in eastern Kentucky, western Pennsylvania, and the states of Virginia, and West Virginia. [More...]

ETHEL S. ABBOTT CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports nonprofits that are trying to make a difference in peoplesí lives. Over the years, requests have been granted to organizations with diverse areas of focus such as education, the arts, the environment, the disadvantaged, human services, sports, and wellness programs. [More...]

EUGENE AND AGNES E. MEYER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on three ambitious and highly interconnected goals for building a more equitable Washington, D.C. region. [More...]

EVERGREEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was formed as a separate nonprofit by the board of Smoky Mountain Mental Health. Its purpose was to provide a place to hold funds that could later provide financial support of their mental health, developmental disability, and substance abuse services. [More...]

EXELON CORPORATE CONTRIBUTIONS PROGRAM

The Companyís Corporate Contributions program seeks to improve the quality of life for the people who live and work in the power generating Companyís service territory of northern Illinois and southeastern Pennsylvania. The Company invests in organizations in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Texas, New Jersey, Maryland, and Massachusetts that demonstrate a proven track record in addressing key community needs in its areas of giving: education, environment, arts and culture, and neighborhood development. [More...]

EXELON FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the energy Company. The Company provides grants to nonprofits that demonstrate a proven track record in addressing key community needs. [More...]

EXPRESS SCRIPTS FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the pharmaceutical distributor, supports nonprofits in the communities where the Company has a significant presence. The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on organizations that advance medical- and health-related causes, particularly for the uninsured and underinsured. [More...]

F.B. HERON FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary interest is in core wealth-creation strategies for low-income families and communities. Grantmaking supports programs that promote home ownership, enterprise development, access to capital, quality and affordable child care, and comprehensive community development. [More...]

F.M. KIRBY FOUNDATION

The family Foundation was created by Fred Morgan Kirby, a five-and-dime merchant who became one of the founders of the F.W. Woolworth Company. [More...]

FANNIE E. RIPPEL FOUNDATION

The Foundation aids, assists, funds, equips, and provides maintenance for corporations, institutions, associations, organizations, or societies maintained for the relief and care of aged women. In addition, it funds hospitals, and research on and treatment of heart disease and cancer. [More...]

FARM CREDIT EAST

The Organization, part of the Farm Credit System, is accepting applications for its AgEnhancement Grant Program. Farm Credit is a nationwide agricultural network that provides credit and affiliated services to those in agriculture and related industries across the United States. [More...]

FIDELITY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on the fields of community development, cultural affairs, education, and health. Of particular interest are programs in arts and culture, education, health care and health organizations, medical research, and community development. [More...]

FIELDS POND FOUNDATION

Established in 1993, the Foundationís mission is to provide financial assistance to community-based nature and land conservation organizations that serve to increase environmental awareness by involving local residents in conservation issues. Project grants are awarded for trail-making and other enhancement of public access to conservation lands, rivers, coastlines, and other natural resources; land acquisition for conservation; assistance in establishing endowments as a means of funding stewardship of conservation areas; and related education programs and publications. [More...]

FIRST FOUNDATION

The Foundation, a private financial firm that offers banking, estate planning, wealth management, philanthropic consulting, and trust services, seeks applications for its Supporting Our Communities Initiative. The Initiative will award cash grants of up to $5,000 and consulting services over two years for up to 40 nonprofits located in Hawaii. [More...]

FLEISHHACKER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on two areas: arts and culture and precollegiate (K-12) education. The majority of the grants are awarded through the Foundationís Small Grants in the Arts program. [More...]

FLORIDA HUMANITIES COUNCIL

The Councilís Community Project grants provide support for the planning and implementation of public humanities programs and resources that meet the needs and interest of local communities. Projects may include lecture series and panel discussions, reading and discussion groups, film series, oral history projects exhibitions, and the development of cultural resources that complement public programming. [More...]

FLUOR FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Fluor Corporation. It makes contributions to organizations where the corporation has permanent offices. [More...]

FOOD LION CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the grocery store chain. It was established in 2001 as part of a charitable giving program to give financial support to community organizations in the companyís 11-state operating area. [More...]

FORDHAM STREET FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to close the gap in academic achievement between advantaged and disadvantaged youth. The Foundation seeks to fund effective nonprofits committed to giving all children access to innovative teaching strategies and experiences that led to improved academic performance and personal success. [More...]

FORECAST PUBLIC ART

The Organizationís Jerome Project Grant Program supports a publicly accessible temporary or permanent artwork anywhere in the state of Minnesota by an emerging Minnesota-based artist. Projects may be in any discipline: performance, dance, storytelling, photography, film, sculpture, painting, etc., as long as the project has a visual focus. [More...]

FOREVER YOUNG FOUNDATION

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young created the Foundation to serve children facing significant physical, emotional, and financial challenges. Grants support organizations seeking to provide academic, athletic, and therapeutic opportunities currently unavailable to underserved children. [More...]

FOUNDATION FOR A HEALTHY KENTUCKY

The Foundation looks to address the unmet healthcare needs of the people of Kentucky by developing and influencing policy, improving access to care, reducing health risks and disparities, and promoting health equity. The Foundationís Conference Support Grants are available to nonprofit organizations or coalitions to enable them to conduct conferences, seminars, trainings, or symposia that are lined with the Foundationís mission and focus areas. [More...]

FOUNDATION FOR LOUISIANA

The Foundation supports nonprofits that benefit vulnerable communities throughout Louisiana. Grants are awarded in two areas: Economic Opportunity and Public Policy and Advocacy. [More...]

FOUR TIMES FOUNDATION

The Foundation, named after a Native American belief that those who receive help should pay it back four times over, focuses its grantmaking on eligible Native American organizations in the areas of social and economic development. Funding is given to individuals pursuing a business venture or starting a nonprofit in one of four tribal reservations, Blackfeet Nation in Montana, Rosebud Lakota in South Dakota, White Earth Ojibwa in Minnesota and the Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico. [More...]

FRANCE-MERRICK FOUNDATION

Established in 1959, the Foundation makes grants in four areas: education, community development, historic preservation and conservation, and civic and culture. Priority is given to one-time, project-type requests that have a clear beginning and end. [More...]

FRANCES HOLLIS BRAIN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to help alleviate human suffering and to improve the human condition. Its grantmaking is focused on nonprofits that benefit individuals living in Kentucky, Georgia, and Maine and that increase access to health care, support human services, provide access to educational opportunities, or promote self-sufficiency and the ability to provide for self, family, and community. [More...]

FRANK E. AND SEBA B. PAYNE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on AIDS prevention, children and youth, cultural activities, education, and hospitals in greater Chicago and Pennsylvania. The Foundation awards funds for building construction/renovation, equipment acquisition, and general operating support. [More...]

FRANK E. CLARK CHARITABLE TRUST

The Foundation has two funding interests: small churches in small communities typically funded through national or regional denomination bodies and organizations that provide services to very low-income adults, including homeless adults. The Foundation only accepts solicited proposals for the small church category. [More...]

FRED BALDWIN MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is named for the memory of the late son of Emily Alexander Baldwin and Henry Perrine Baldwin. The Foundation supports programs and projects that benefit the people of Maui County, Hawaii. [More...]

FRED J. BROTHERTON CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: education, religion, historic preservation, and medical programs and/or scientific research. Educational grants are targeted toward schools and colleges with emphasis on, but not limited to, educational programs providing assistance to the needy or disabled. [More...]

FREDDIE MAC FOUNDATION

The foundation invests in programs that improve the lives of children and youth or build strong communities. The foundation serves organizations in the greater Washington DC area, statewide initiatives in Maryland and Virginia, and programs that are national in scope. [More...]

FRESHWATER FUTURE

The Program promotes activities that strengthen the role of community groups working locally to protect habitats in the Great Lakes Basin. The Project Grant program provides support for grassroots groups engaging in activities to protect local lakes, rivers, wetlands, and other aquatic habitats. [More...]

FRIEDA C. FOX FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation honors an accomplished teacher, artists, and musician who was the first in her family to attend college in the 1920s. Throughout her life, Fox inspired a love of learning, self-expression, and compassion within her family and community. [More...]

FRIST FOUNDATION

The Foundation, originally called The HCA Foundation, was established in 1982 by Hospital Corporation of America. The Foundation became fully independent of the company in 1994. [More...]

FRUEAUFF FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports programs in education, social service, and health. Of particular interest are capital campaigns, bricks and mortar projects, endowments, collaborative projects, and contributions to matching grants. [More...]

FUND FOR SOUTHERN COMMUNITIES

The Fund is a public foundation that supports and unites organizations and donors working to create just and sustainable communities that are free of oppression and that embrace and celebrate all people. Through grantmaking and related activities, the Fund fosters social change initiated by community-based groups in Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina. [More...]

FUND FOR TEACHERS

The Fundís goal is to enrich the personal and professional growth of teachers by recognizing and supporting them as they identify and pursue opportunities around the globe. Pursuing these opportunities should impact teachersí practices, the academic lives of their students, and their school communities. [More...]

FUND OF THE SACRED CIRCLE

The Fund, a program of the Headwaters Foundation for justice and the Wisconsin Community Fund, supports native-led groups working for systemic social change in Minnesota and Wisconsin. The Fund supports Native leadership to ensure that indigenous cultures are honored; American Indians are treated with fairness and equity; and the sovereignty and self-determination of Native people is secure. [More...]

GANNETT FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the newspaper and broadcast Company. It provides support to nonprofit organizations that serve the communities where the Company owns a newspaper or broadcast station. [More...]

GAYLORD AND DOROTHY DONNELLEY FOUNDATION

The Foundation was funded by Gaylord Donnelley and his wife. Donnelley is a grandson of the founder of the R.R. [More...]

GENERAL MILLS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is continuing its Celebrating Communities of Color grants program for 2008. The program awards 50 $10,000 grants to nonprofits in the seven-county, Twin Cities metro area serving communities of color. [More...]

GENUARDI FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on direct providers of services in the areas of education, health, human services, and culture. Of particular interest are projects receiving broad-based community support. [More...]

GEORGE B. HENDERSON FOUNDATION

The Foundationís purpose is to enhance the physical appearance of the City of Boston. Physical appearance of the city of Boston includes all neighborhoods in all parts of the city and includes their identity, sense of place, and quality of life. [More...]

GEORGE GUND FOUNDATION

The Foundation has grant programs in five areas: arts, economic development and community revitalization, education, environment, and human services. Preference is given to pilot projects and innovative programs that hold the promise of significant benefits and broad applicability. [More...]

GEORGE I. ALDEN TRUST

The Trust supports independent colleges and universities in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and the six New England states having full-time traditional undergraduate enrollments of at least $1,000 students and with a total undergraduate and graduate student population of under 5,000. The Trustees focus their grantmaking on capital needs. [More...]

GEORGE S. AND DOLORES DORE ECCLES FOUNDATION

The Foundation dedicates its grants to serving the people of the state of Utah. Of particular interest are projects and programs with the potential to make a significant difference in bettering Utahís communities and enriching the quality of life of its citizens. [More...]

GEORGE W. WELLS FOUNDATION

Established in 1934, the Foundation seeks to support and promote quality educational, human services, and health care programs for underserved populations. Grant requests for general operating support are strongly encouraged. [More...]

GEORGIA NATURAL GAS

The Companyís corporate giving program supports a wide range of nonprofits in the communities that the company services in the state of Georgia. Priority is given to programs addressing children and youth, education, seniors, energy assistance for consumers in need, environment and sustainability, and meaningful educational and cultural opportunities. [More...]

GEORGIA PACIFIC FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Georgia-Pacific Corporation, a leading manufacturer and distributor of building products, industrial wood products, pulp, paper, packaging, paperboard, tissue, gypsum wallboard, and related chemicals. The Foundation makes investments that improve the quality of life in communities where the Corporation operates, and where its employees live and work. [More...]

GEORGIA-PACIFIC FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the paper Company. It supports a wide range of organizations that improve the quality of life in communities where the Company operates. [More...]

GERALDINE R. DODGE FOUNDATION

Named for a niece of John D. Rockefeller Sr., the Foundationís mission is to support and encourage those educational, cultural, social, and environmental values that contribute to making our society more humane and our world more livable. [More...]

GILES W. AND ELISE G. MEAD FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports environmental organizations in the Western U.S. that are dedicated to preserving and improving the environment, the advancement of medical science, and other important social needs. [More...]

GLADYS BROOKS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís purpose is to provide for the intellectual, moral, and physical welfare by establishing and supporting nonprofit libraries, educational institutions, hospitals, and clinics. In 2009, library grants will be focused on resource endowments (film, print, electronic databases, speakers/workshops), capital construction, and innovative equipment. [More...]

GOLDEN BELT COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is accepting applications for its Youth Engagement Grant program. A philanthropic entity established by and for the residents of Barton, Pawnee, Rush, and Stafford counties in Kansas, the Foundation will award grants in support of community youth projects and programs designed to empower youth with the ability, authority, and agency, to make and implement decisions for their generation. [More...]

GOLDEN LEAF FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds projects that promise to bring significant economic improvement to the tobacco-dependent, economically distressed, and/or rural communities in North Carolina. Grantmaking is targeted toward three areas: agriculture, job creation and retention, and workforce preparedness. [More...]

GP FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is earmarked for organizations in Georgia Pacific corporate operating locations, with an emphasis on the Atlanta, Ga., area. Funding priorities include education, community enrichment, environment, and local giving. [More...]

GRABLE FOUNDATION

Founded by the widow of Errett Grable, a Pittsburgh business leader who founded Rubbermaid, the Foundation seeks to help children and youth in southwestern Pennsylvania become independent, caring, contributing members of society. The Foundation supports programs critical to a childís successful development. [More...]

GRACO FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Graco Inc., which develops technology and expertise for fluid management for commercial and industrial markets. The Foundation supports projects in two areas: productivity and self-sufficiency. [More...]

GRAND VICTORIA FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Illinois casino. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on three areas: Core Grants, Elgin Grantworks and Vital Lands Illinois. [More...]

GRAY FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports students and teachers in connecting with outdoor environments through a variety of environmental literacy experiences. The Foundation is committed to offering a series of age-appropriate experiences that engage the senses and foster a responsibility toward the environment of Oregon and the region. [More...]

GRAYCE B. KERR FUND

The Fund awards grants to organizations in arts, culture, the humanities, and education. Grants have been awarded for projects addressing the environment, public policy research, and health and human services. [More...]

GREATER NEW ORLEANS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Hurricane Isaac Relief Fund seeks to provide immediate relief for those affected by Hurricane Isaac. Proceeds from the Fund will support nonprofits in the greater New Orleans area working to meet the most pressing emergency needs of individuals and families including food, water, clothing, and shelter. [More...]

GREEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was the creation of Leonard I. Green, a pioneer in the development of the leveraged buyout industry. [More...]

GTECH AFTER SCHOOL ADVANTAGE PROGRAM

The Program equips nonprofit community organizations and public schools with state-of-the-art, Internet-ready computer centers. These computer labs are designed to provide inner-city children aged five to 15 with a meaningful, yet fun, learning experience in a safe environment during the critical after-school hours. [More...]

GULF COAST FUND FOR COMMUNITY RENEWAL AND ECOLOGICAL HEALTH

The Fund, a special project of Rockefeller Philanthrophy Advisors, is dedicated to supporting progressive movement building throughout the Gulf Coast region. The BP Oil Drilling Disaster Emergency Response Fund seeks to identify resources and provide emergency grants to coastal communities affected by the disaster. [More...]

H. VAN AMERINGEN FOUNDATION

From its beginning, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on prevention, education, and direct care in the mental health field with an emphasis on those individuals and populations having an impoverished background and few opportunities, for whom appropriate intervention would produce positive change. The Foundation is interested in encouraging and attracting innovative and practical programs in areas which increase the accessibility of the poor and needy to mental health services; offer preventive and early intervention strategies; and advocate for systemic change with local or national impact. [More...]

H.B. FULLER COMPANY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the H.B. Fuller Company, which manufactures products and provides services and solutions for the adhesion industry. [More...]

H.J. HEINZ COMPANY FOUNDATION

Established in 1951 to make contributions to the public welfare, the Foundation is committed to promoting the health and nutritional needs of children and families. Priority is given to programs in communities where the Company operates with a special focus given to organizations in southwestern Pennsylvania. [More...]

HALLMARK CORPORATE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the retail and greeting card company. Its mission is to help create communities where all children have the chance to grow up as healthy, productive, and caring persons; vibrant arts and cultural experiences enrich the lives of all citizens; thereís a strong infrastructure of basic institutions and service, especially for persons in need; and all citizens feel a responsibility to serve their community. [More...]

HANDSEL FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides grants to organizations working to end companion animal cruelty, neglect, and overpopulation. This family Foundation is interested in supporting organizations with effective plans to reduce animal suffering through targeted spay/neuter programs as a way of addressing companion animal overpopulation. [More...]

HANNA ANDERSSON CHILDRENíS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the childrenís clothing retailer. It supports programs that create sustainable improvements in the lives of vulnerable children in communities where Hanna Andersson and its vendors live and work. [More...]

HANNAFORD CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, established in 1994, focuses its grantmaking to nonprofits in the communities where the Company, a supermarket chain, operates. Grants are awarded in four categories: health and welfare, educational institutions, civic and cultural institutions, other local charitable organizations. [More...]

HAROLD ALFOND FOUNDATION

The Foundation furthers the philanthropic legacy of the founder of the Dexter Shoe Company, a longtime supporter of Maine communities in which he and his family worked and lived. Grants are awarded to Maine organizations in the following categories: education, health care, and youth development. [More...]

HAROLD K.L. CASTLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation works to build resources for Hawaiiís future by targeting its grantmaking toward promising initiatives and organizations. Priority is given to programs and projects that help close the achievement gap in public education so that all of Hawaiiís children, regardless of their socioeconomic background, have access to and benefit from high-quality education (pre-K through grade 12), that prepares them for a successful future. [More...]

HAROLD WHITWORTH PIERCE CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust offers grants primarily for projects that will produce long-range benefits by leveraging the Trustís resources. Grants are made in the following areas: education, green and public spaces, capital projects, research, and arts education. [More...]

HARRY AND JEANETTE WEINBERG FOUNDATION, INC.

The Foundation is dedicated to assisting the poor, primarily through operating and capital grants to direct service organizations located in Baltimore, Hawaii, Northeastern Pennsylvania, New York, Israel, and the former Soviet Union. These grants are focused on meeting basic needs such as shelter, nutrition, health, and socialization. [More...]

HARRY S. BLACK AND ALLON FULLER FUND

The Fund, established in 1930, supports quality health care and human services programming for underserved populations in Chicago and New York City. Grantmaking is focused on two areas: health care and physical disabilities. [More...]

HARVEST FOUNDATION

Founded in 2000 as a private, family foundation, the Foundation seeks to support the work of a range of community social service agencies. Grantmaking is targeted toward social services and education. [More...]

HARVEY E. NAJIM FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to help childrenís charitable organizations located in the greater San Antonio, Texas area. Funding priorities are providing children with food and shelter, clothing, childrenís education, the medical treatment of children, and other childrenís charitable purposes in the Greater San Antonio area. [More...]

HATTON W. SUMNERS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís purpose is to encourage the study, teaching, and research into the science and art of self-government so that people may understand the fundamental principles of democracy. It supports programs and activities that result in an increased understanding of the benefits of individual freedom and civic and personal responsibility. [More...]

HATTON W. SUMNERS FOUNDATION FOR THE STUDY AND TEACHING OF SELF GOVERNMENT, INC

The Foundationís mission is to encourage the study, teaching, and research in the science and art of self-government. The Foundation seeks to have American citizens understand the fundamental principles of democracy so they can help shape governmental policies. [More...]

HAWAII PEOPLEíS FUND

The Fund, a publicly supported community fund, awards grants to progressive grassroots social change organizations working in Hawaii. The Fund is a unique partnership of donors, activist grantmakers, and grantees committed to positive social change and a more equitable distribution of wealth, resources, and power. [More...]

HAWAIíI PEOPLES FUND

The Fund, a partnership of donors, activist grantmakers, and grantees committed to positive social change and a more equitable distribution of wealth, resources, and power, provides grants to progressive grassroots social change organizations working in Hawaiíi. Grant categories include cultural activism, human and civil rights, environmental justice, economic justice, political organizing, and peace and international solidarity. [More...]

HAYMARKET PEOPLEíS FUND

The Fund is committed to strengthening the movement for social justice throughout the six states of New England -- WHERE. The Fund gives money to grassroots groups of local people who believe that change is possible; that communities that come together with a vision of justice can get the job done provided they have the resources. [More...]

HAYSWOOD FOUNDATION

The Foundationís provides grants to nonprofits located or operating in the northeastern Kentucky counties of Bracken, Fleming, Lewis, Mason, and Robertson and the southeastern Ohio counties of Adams and Brown. Grantmaking is focused on programs and projects that promote mental or physical health or education. [More...]

HEADWATERS FOUNDATION FOR JUSTICE

The Foundationís Fund of the Sacred Circle supports Native American leadership working to ensure that indigenous cultures are honored, American Indians are treated with fairness and equity, and that the sovereignty and self-determination of Native peoples is secure. The Fund is Native-led, supporting projects that address systemic injustice affecting American Indian communities. [More...]

HEALTH FOUNDATION OF SOUTH FLORIDA

The Foundationís Evidence-Based & Innovative Programs in Childrenís Settings Program supports organizations working to implement evidence-based and innovative programs aimed at increasing childrenís knowledge and attitudes toward health eating. Priority will be given to projects focused on implementing evidence based nutrition and physical activity programs; that demonstrated organizational and staff capacity to sustain the program through a train-the-trainer model or program institutionalization; that reach a significant number of children (minimum of 500); that demonstrated a high likelihood of sustainability; and that are coupled with a policy, systems, or environmental change strategy. [More...]

HEALTHCARE GEORGIA FOUNDATION, INC

The Foundation seeks to advance the health of all Georgians and to expand access to affordable, quality healthcare for underserved individuals and communities. Priorities reflect prevalent health problems; the disproportionate burden of morbidity, mortality, and disability among underserved individuals; and statewide public input on perceived opportunities to advance the health of all the residents of the state. [More...]

HEINEMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís purpose is to provide seed money to start-up projects and new projects within existing organizations for a maximum of three to five years. Programs of interest include those that enable economically challenged women to enter and remain in the workplace; environmental research that will help prevent, reduce and/or eliminate water degradation; music as education and preserver of culture; and research into prevention of and treatment for childhood illnesses. [More...]

HELEN V. BRACH

The Foundation, created from monies from the heir to the Brach Candy Company, focuses its giving on organizations located in the Midwest and California, Massachusetts, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and South Carolina. Areas of interest include prevention of cruelty to animals and children, undergraduate education projects and those that help the physically and mentally disabled, poor, blind, homeless, and elderly. [More...]

HELEN V. BRACH FOUNDATION

The Foundation, funded by the late heiress to the candy company, supports programs preventing cruelty to children and animals. The Foundation has also funded religious, charitable, scientific, literary, and educational organizations as well as those involved in public safety testing. [More...]

HELENA RUBINSTEIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, named for the late beauty products manufacturer, supports programs in education, community services, arts/arts in education, and health. It has a special interest in programs that benefit women and children and assist disadvantaged communities. [More...]

HERB BLOCK FOUNDATION

The Foundation, funded by political cartoonist Herb Block, is committed to defending the basic freedoms guaranteed all Americans. Itís also committed to improving the conditions of the poor and underprivileged through the creation or support of charitable and educational programs with the same goals. [More...]

HIGH MEADOWS FUND

The Fund promotes a healthy natural environment while encouraging long-term economic vitality in the state of Vermont. Its grantmaking supports leadership and innovation in three areas: reduction of reliance on fossil fuels by encouraging energy efficiency and renewable energy; improvement of the sustainability and viability of agricultural enterprise and food security and affordability; and the encouragement of vibrant compact settlements surrounded by working farms and forests. [More...]

HIGH STAKES FOUNDATION

The Foundation, which works as a catalyst for positive change, supports visionary people and organizations that are leading and implementing changes that create a sustainable future for Montana. During a time when the acceleration of global change is manifesting itself in the end of peak oil, global climate change, and rapidly shifting economic and political environments, the Foundation focuses on strategies that will leverage adaptation to these changes with an emphasis on local solutions. [More...]

HIGHMARK CORPORATE GIVING PROGRAM

The Companyís giving program supports nonprofits that address the quality of life in the communities served by the health care organization in Delaware, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. Grants are awarded in the following areas: health, social services, physical fitness and recreation, children and youth, and people with disabilities. [More...]

HILLCREST FOUNDATION

financial support to qualified Texas charitable organizations for the advancement of education, the promotion of health, and the relief of poverty. Several generations of the Caruth family owned and managed farms and ranches, which later developed into real estate properties as Dallas grew. [More...]

HMSA FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1986 by the Hawaii Medical Service Association to stimulate research of issues that confront Hawaiiís health care industry. It is dedicated to improving health in Hawaii through grantmaking, strategic initiatives, publications, and communitywide programs. [More...]

HOBLITZELLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established by Karl and Esther Hoblitzelle in 1942. Grantmaking is focused on specific, non-recurring needs of the educational, social service, medical, cultural, and civic organizations in Texas, with a special emphasis on the Dallas area. [More...]

HOLLIE AND ANNA OAKLEY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, organized in 1954, was formed to promote religious, educational, and charitable purposes, particularly in the states of Indiana, Illinois, and Florida. Organizations interested in receiving a grant must provide a summary on no more than two, standard 8Ĺ-inch by 11-inch sheets of paper printed in an easily readable font. [More...]

HONEYWELL FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in communities where company plants are located. Topics of interest include education, community funds, health, aging, human services, youth agencies, cultural programs, and international exchange programs. [More...]

HORIZONS FOUNDATION

The Foundation fuels the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) movement by increasing support for diverse San Francisco Bay Area nonprofits that help thousands of people each day. The Foundationís work strengthens organizations and their leaders, mobilizes donors and funders to inspire giving and actively secures the LGBT communityís future for generations to come. [More...]

HUDSON-WEBBER FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created to honor the founder of the J.L. Hudson Company in Detroit, seeks to improve the vitality and quality of life in Detroit. [More...]

HUMANA FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the giant health insurer, supports organizations in communities where the Company has facilities specifically in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Puerto Rico, Tennessee, Texas, and Wisconsin. Funding priorities include serving the needs of children, families, and seniors in their quest to build healthier lives and communities. [More...]

ILLINOIS CLEAN ENERGY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Foundation helps nonprofits and local government organizations to purchase and install renewable energy technologies, including photovoltaic panels, solar thermal systems, wind turbines, and biomass systems. The Foundation also works with colleges and universities, as well as K-12 schools and teachers around the state to help educate and train Illinoisí next generation about the benefits and potential of renewable energy. [More...]

INASMUCH FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to betterment of people, neighborhoods, and communities in Oklahoma. Grantmaking is focused on nonprofits throughout the state for programs that result in the greatest positive outcome for Oklahomans. [More...]

INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION FUND

The Fund was established to help develop K-12 education models that positively support leading edge ideas, student learning as well as support classroom educators in the greater St. Louis, Mo., region of Illinois and Missouri. [More...]

INSTITUTE OF MUSEUM AND LIBRARY SERVICES

The Instituteís Connecting to Collections grants help collecting institutions such as museums, libraries, and archives to be good stewards of their collections. The collaborative statewide implementation grants assist in providing safe conditions for collections, the development of emergency plans, assigning responsibility for collections care, and marshal public and private support for and raise public awareness about collections care. [More...]

INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY FOUNDATION

As the philanthropic arm of the paper company, the Foundation supports educational programs in company operating areas. Environmental education, economic education, and literacy programs for young children are priorities. [More...]

INTERNATIONAL PAPER FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the paper company. It supports organizations in the communities where its employees live and work. [More...]

IRWIN ANDREW PORTER FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks projects that foster connections between communities and individuals, create partnerships with multiple organizations, and enable beneficiaries to give as well as to receive. Categories of interest include the arts, education, environment, and social programs. [More...]

ISABEL ALLENDE FOUNDATION

Author Isabel Allende created the Foundation to honor her late daughter. The Foundation provides grants to grassroots organizations working to make the world a safer, more compassionate place for women and children through the development of programs that promote and preserve the fundamental rights of women and children with regard to reproductive self-determination, health care, and education. [More...]

ISLA CARROLL TURNER FRIENDSHIP TRUST

The Trust provides support for nonprofits throughout the State of Texas that provide services to the elderly. Priority is given to health centers, recreation programs, retirement services, Alzheimerís initiatives, meal delivery programs, nursing facilities, and other activities related to the elderly. [More...]

J. BULOW CAMPBELL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís funding interests include communities, the arts, education, youth, and religious concerns of the Presbyterian Church. Of interest are organizations that ďdisplay regional leadership.Ē Funding priorities are capital building projects and capital campaigns rather than current operating expenses. [More...]

J. JILL COMPASSION FUND

The Fund is a donor-advised fund of the Boston Foundation for the clothing retailer. The Foundation establishes long-term partnerships with organizations whose missions are to aid needy women and children. [More...]

J. M. LONG FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support to organizations involved in health care, education, and conservation. Grants are targeted at new, innovative projects, which can be completed with a contribution from the Foundation. [More...]

J. MARION SIMS FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created from the sale of a local hospital in Lancaster, South Carolina. Grantmaking is focused on areas that will improve the health of the citizens of the community. [More...]

J. WALTON BISSELL FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on higher and secondary education, hospitals, youth agencies, care of the elderly, aid to the blind, and encouragement of the arts. Letters of inquiry will be reviewed as they are received. [More...]

J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís general objectives and purposes are to assist religious, charitable, and educational organizations. Emphasis is placed on grantmaking to aid Christian religious organizations, charitable organizations, institutions of higher learning, hospitals, and other organizations of a general charitable nature. [More...]

J.F. MADDOX FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to significantly improve the quality of life in southeastern New Mexico. It focuses its grantmaking on education, community development, and social programs that impact the lives of the citizens located in Lea County, New Mexico. [More...]

JACK KENT COOKE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Good Neighbor grants Program seeks to identify and strengthen ties with youth-serving nonprofits in the Northern Virginia, metropolitan Washington, D.C., and Maryland areas that are helping students with significant financial need reach their full potential through education. Programs must focus on K-12 education, college access and completion, or visual and performing arts education. [More...]

JACKSON NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY

The Companyís Community Fund will earmark money for community investment efforts in the locations where the Company maintains a strong business presence. The Fund will also award grants to institutions of higher learning and charitable organizations, with a focus on organizations, programs, and events dedicated to enhancing the lives of children and the elderly. [More...]

JAMES F. AND MARION L. MILLER FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to enhance the quality of life of the citizens of the state of Oregon by supporting arts and education. The Foundation is interested in making single or multi-year grants to nonprofits and government agencies that advance the arts or education, including libraries and museums. [More...]

JAMES F. AND MARION MILLER FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is targeted toward programs that advance the arts or education in Oregon. Art grants support programs and projects that enhance programming and audience building, increase financial capacity and stability development, and strengthen financial planning and business models. [More...]

JAMES GRAHAM BROWN FOUNDATION

Founded by the developer of the Brown Hotel, the Foundation seeks to promote the well-being of the citizens of the city of Louisville and the citizens of the State of Kentucky in matters of business, education, health and general welfare, and advancement. The Foundation cultivates progress and civic pride through philanthropic investments that promote the image of Kentucky and Louisville and the well-being of its citizens. [More...]

JAMES IRVINE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Creative Connections Fund supports creativity and the expansion of diverse, relevant cultural offerings in local communities across California. The Fund seeks to reach small and mid-size arts organizations with a diversity of projects and ideas. [More...]

JAMES J. AND ANGELIA HARRIS FOUNDATION

The Foundation awards grants to eligible Georgia and North Carolina nonprofits with a special emphasis on organizations located in Clarke County, Ga., and Mecklenburg County, N.C. Proposals in all topic areas will be considered. [More...]

JANE BRADLEY PETTIT FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports initiatives that enhance the quality of life in the Greater Milwaukee, WI community. The Foundationís grantmaking focuses on programs and projects that serve low-income and disadvantaged individuals, women, children, and the elderly. [More...]

JANE K. LOWE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created by the estate of the owners of the Lowe Hereford Farm. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on education, arts and cultural organizations, health, and civic organizations. [More...]

JANEíS TRUST

The Trust was created through the will of Jane B. Cook. [More...]

JAPAN FOUNDATION CENTER FOR GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP

The Center intends to fund small-scale education initiatives in the Southern United States. Programs should increase awareness and understanding of Japan through teacher training and related programs that address the needs of the K-12 student and teacher community. [More...]

JAPAN FOUNDATION NEW YORK

The Foundation, founded in 1972 to promote international cultural exchange and mutual understanding between Japan and other countries, accepts applications for projects that take place within the 37 states east of the Rocky Mountains. (For projects to be held in the other 13 states, contact the Japan Foundation, Los Angeles.) Grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded to support projects that will further understanding of Japanese arts and culture. [More...]

JEROME FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded by artist and philanthropist Jerome Hill, makes grants to support the creation and production of new artistic works by emerging artists living in Minnesota and New York City. The Foundation supports programs in dance, literature, media, arts, music, theater, performance art, the visual arts, multidisciplinary work, and arts criticism. [More...]

JESSIE B. COX CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust makes grants, which address important societal issues. It supports projects in New England in the areas of health, education, and the environment. [More...]

JESSIE B. COX TRUST

The Trust is dedicated to improving the environment and the quality of life for people living in six New England states: Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Massachusetts. Grants are awarded in the following areas: education, environment, and health. [More...]

JEWISH WOMENíS FOUNDATION OFMETROPOLITAN DETROIT

The Foundation is dedicated to expanding opportunities and enriching the lives of Jewish women and girls in Michigan. Funding priorities include those that promote healthy lifestyles, self-esteem, and life skills training; those that address spousal, child, elder, and teen dating abuse; programs that build financial literacy and self-sufficiency, enrich lives though health, education, social opportunity, and job training; and enhance the lives of women and girls from all streams of Judaism. [More...]

JOHN AND MARGARET POST FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports charitable organizations that benefit the quality of life for families and society in general, with a primary focus on organizations in northwest New Jersey. Grants are awarded in the arts, culture, and humanities, education, environment, animals, health, human services, and public/society benefit. [More...]

JOHN AND SUSAN DEWAN FOUNDATION

Funded by the sale of STATS, Inc., a sports information company in 2000, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on providing hope and a future to those in poverty by supporting organizations that help people to help themselves. The Foundation has two areas of interest: Chicago and International. [More...]

JOHN G. MARTIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation awards grants to Connecticut-based organizations in the areas of education, the elderly, the homeless, and the performing arts. The Foundation also considers grants in other areas. [More...]

JOHN R. MCCUNE CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust seeks to support organizations focused on health care, social services, and education. The Trust also awards grants to Presbyterian-related organizations. [More...]

JOHN T. VUCUREVICH FOUNDATION

Founded by a banker, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the arts, education, and health and human services organizations. Funding priorities within the arts include arts education for the underserved. [More...]

JOHNS MANVILLE FUND

Supports organizations in company operating locations in the areas of education, health, the arts, and human services. Types of support include matching/challenge grants, emergency funds, employee matching gifts, general operating support, scholarships, and seed grants. [More...]

JOHNSON AND JOHNSON COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE PROGRAM

The Companyís Community Health Care program, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, announces a grant opportunity for nonprofit, community-based health care organizations implementing evidence-based community education programs that promote wellness and healthy lifestyle choices to prevent and reduce the impact of obesity in children ages 6 to 12. Successful applicants will receive $200,000 to fund activities over a 2 Ĺ year period. [More...]

JOHNSON CONTROLS FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on programs and projects in the arts, education, social services, and the environment that are located in the communities where the Company has a presence. Arts and culture grants support organizations in the areas of visual, literary, and performing arts, public radio and television, libraries, museums, and related cultural activities. [More...]

JOSEPH DROWN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created from the estate of the owner of the Hotel Bel-Air in Los Angeles, focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: education; medical and scientific research; community, health and social services; and to a lesser degree, the arts and humanities. The Foundationís objective is to assist individuals in becoming successful, self-sustaining, contributing citizens. [More...]

JOSHUA GREEN FOUNDATION

This family Foundationís principal grantmaking focus is major capital campaigns of organizations headquartered and operating in the Seattle/King County area. Major areas of funding interest are private secondary and higher education, social services, and the arts. [More...]

JOSTENS FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations and their work in creating strong communities and healthy families and children. Giving and support is focused on youth and education and programs that help young people become healthy productive adults. [More...]

JOYCE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís funding priorities are education, employment, environment, gun violence, and money and politics. Education grants are awarded to initiatives on teacher quality, early childhood, and innovation. [More...]

JUBILATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation awards grants to individuals and organizations who have an exceptional talent for helping young people feel fully alive through rhythm -- as expressed in music and dance. The Foundation is awarding grants to nonprofit music and dance organizations in Washington and Oregon committed to one or more of the following: ongoing skill building; working with children under 18 (the younger the better); involving experts working and playing with non-experts; and working toward synchrony and inclusion. [More...]

JUBITZ FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports Oregon nonprofits that strive to strengthen families, respect the natural environment, and foster peace. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on early childhood development and education, with an emphasis on children at-risk; environmental stewardship, with an emphasis on rivers and their watershed ecosystems; and peacemaking activities, with an emphasis on teaching peace and conflict resolution. [More...]

KANSAS HEALTH FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Recognition Grants expand support to a broad range of organizations. Designed to fund unsolicited requests, the Grants are focused on organizations and agencies proposing meaningful and charitable projects that fit within the Foundationís mission of improving the health of all Kansans. [More...]

KATE B. REYNOLDS CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust created by the wife of the former chairman of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, seeks to fulfill its mission through two division, the Health Care Division and the Poor and Needy Division. [More...]

KDK-HARMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to break the cycle of poverty through education while promoting a culture of giving excellence. With a geographic focus of seven Central Texas counties, the Foundation supports nonprofits and schools that work to close achievement gaps for low-income students in grades K-12 and to prepare them with 21st Century skills and access to quality careers. [More...]

KELLY FOR KIDS FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1987 by former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly to support organizations that assist children in the Western New York State region. Priority is given to health and social service organizations that serve the disabled and/or economically disadvantaged youth. [More...]

KERR FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on organizations that provide new or enhanced opportunities, particularly for youth in the following areas: education, health, arts and culture, and human services. Education grants are awarded to colleges and universities and pre-collegiate organizations including health science centers and medical research done by educational institutions. [More...]

KESSLER FOUNDATION

The Foundation announced the availability of new grant guidelines for the 2010 cycle of its Signature Employment Grant programs. The Programs seek to find solutions to increasing training, education, and employment opportunities that help people with disabilities lead independent lives. [More...]

KEYBANK FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support to nonprofits that foster economic self-sufficiency in the communities where the Bank operates in Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Utah, Vermont, and Washington. Priority is given to programs and projects that address financial education, workforce development, and diversity. [More...]

KIMBALL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary purpose is to provide opportunities for at-risk and disadvantaged individuals in the Bay Area to improve the quality of their lives and reach their highest potential. The Foundationís small grants program supports organizations that have a one-time emergency need or that propose to pilot a new program. [More...]

KINDER MORGAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the pipeline and petroleum and natural gas terminal Company. The Foundation believes that todayís youth are tomorrowís leaders. [More...]

KIRKPATRICK FAMILY FUND

The Fund supports nonprofits that contribute to the cultural landscape, health, and well-being of the community in Oklahoma City, Ok. Grants are awarded in the following areas: arts and humanities; children, youth, and families; community development; education; endowments; environment; health, and social services. [More...]

KONGSAARD-GOLDMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support to a wide variety of organizations located in the Pacific Northwest, specifically in the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Alaska, Montana, and British Columbia. Funding areas of interest are human rights, civic development, environmental protection and conservation, and the arts and humanities. [More...]

KONGSGAARD-GOLDMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations located in the Pacific Northwest in the areas of human rights, civic development, environmental protection and conservation, and the arts and humanities. Environmental protection and conservation grants are awarded for both general operating expenses and special projects. [More...]

KROGER COMPANY FOUNDATION

The Companyís three foundations support local schools, hunger relief agencies, youth sports teams, and organizations in communities where the company operates stores or manufacturing facilities. The Company earmarks its funds for local grassroots community organizations in five areas: being a good neighbor; hunger relief; education; advancement of women and minorities; and womenís health. [More...]

KRONKOSKY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to produce profound good thatís tangible and measurable in Bandera, Bexar, Comal, and Kendall counties in Texas. It seeks to support programs, projects, and collaborative efforts that reach as many people as possible; involve the persons served in developing solutions; raise expectations; build self esteem; develop personal and organizational capacity; encourage innovation; and make use of technology. [More...]

LA84 FOUNDATION

The Foundation targets its grantmaking toward sports programs in Southern Californiaís eight counties (Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura). While the Foundation serves all of Southern California, it gives special emphasis to Los Angeles, the city that hosted the 1984 Olympic Games. [More...]

LAIRD NORTON FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports watershed stewardship in the Pacific Northwest. Also of interest are projects that seek to contribute to a heightened awareness of the ecological, social, and economic significance of watersheds. [More...]

LAND O LAKES FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life in communities where the Company has members. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on projects that address the following areas: hunger issues; human services (mostly through United Way); youth and education, especially rural youth; civic improvements; and arts and culture. [More...]

LAND O'LAKES FOUNDATION

The Foundation recognizes that rural communities are a cornerstone of American life and has established ongoing giving programs to ensure their vitality and growth. The Foundation helps rural communities prosper and prepare for tomorrow by donating resources that develop and strengthen organizations dedicated to human services, education and youth, civic activities, and the arts. [More...]

LAND Oí LAKES FOUNDATION

The Foundation recognizes that rural communities are a cornerstone of American life. It has established ongoing giving programs to insure their vitality and growth. [More...]

LAURA BUSH FOUNDATION FOR AMERICAíS LIBRARIES

The Foundation, a fund of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, is focusing its grantmaking on a newly created initiative, the Gulf Coast School Library Recovery Initiative. The initiative will make grants available for books for school libraries in Gulf Coast areas affected by the 2005 hurricanes. [More...]

LAURA JANE MUSSER FUND

The Fundís Rural Initiative program encourages collaborative and participatory efforts among citizens in rural communities that will help to strengthen their towns and regions in a number of civic areas including, but not limited to, economic development, business preservation, arts and humanities, public space improvements, and education. Priority is given to projects that bring together a broad range of community members and institutions, provide opportunities for members of diverse communities to work together, contain measurable short-term outcomes within the first 12 to 18 months, and include community members actively in all phases of the process. [More...]

LEARY FIREFIGHTERS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Jeremiah Lucey grant program is named in honor of actor Denis Learyís cousin who perished in a catastrophic fire in Worcester Mass. The Program provides financial support for the training and equipment needs of uniformed firefighters in the board-designated geographic areas of New York, Massachusetts, and the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina along the Gulf Coast. [More...]

LEEWAY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís 2017 Transformation Award is an annual program that provides unrestricted awards to women and trans artists living in the Delaware Valley region who create art for social change and who have done so for at least five years. The unrestricted award is open to women and trans people working in any art form. [More...]

LEF FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to identify and promote creative ventures as well as sponsoring work that challenges its audience with new ways of perceiving the world. The Foundation supports contemporary work in the fields of film, architecture, design, and the visual and performing arts. [More...]

LEON LEVINE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded by the creator of the Family Dollar Store. The Foundation seeks to identify a community need, determine how best to create positive change, and invest effectively. [More...]

LEONARD I. GREEN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to uncover new opportunities, encourage growth, and ultimately effect positive change within those institutions that best reflect the organizationís core focus areas and the communities they serve. The founder was committed to arts programming in Los Angeles. [More...]

LEOPOLD CONSERVATION AWARD

The Sand County Foundation, named for conservationist and author Aldo Leopoldís book, Sand County Almanac, has partnered with Sustainable Conservation and the California Farm Bureau Federation, for the 2011 California Leopold Conservation Award. The award recognizes California farmers and ranchers who demonstrate outstanding, sustainable management of natural resources. [More...]

LIBERTYGIVES FOUNDATION

The newly created Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Liberty Media Corp., a Colorado-based company with interests in a broad range of electronic retailing, media, communications, and entertainment businesses. The Foundation will distribute funds based on employee-chosen themes to charitable organizations within the Rocky Mountain region. [More...]

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS

The Libraryís Eastern Regional Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) program, administered by Waynesburg University, is accepting requests for grants. The Program works with colleges and other educational organization to deliver professional development programs that help teachers use the Libraryís rich reservoir of digitized primary source materials to design challenging, high-quality instruction. [More...]

LILY AUCHINCLOSS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to the enhancement of the quality of life in New York City. The Foundation supports art, education, human services, and preservation/environment programs located within the five boroughs of New York City. [More...]

LIMITED BRANDS

The Companyís philanthropy is focused on women, children, and education. Because women are the backbone of the companyís success, the Company focuses on issues important to them such as empowering women, nurturing and mentoring children, and improving education. [More...]

LIMITED BRANDS CONTRIBUTIONS

The retail Corporation supports organizations focused on women, children, and education. Funded projects promote the healthy development of future leaders and provide educational opportunities that enable corporate associates to set positive examples through hands-on, interactive, one-on-one experiences. [More...]

LIMITED BRANDS FOUNDATION

The foundation's primary interest is organizations that make a lasting difference in people's lives and achieve results for corporate communities. Current focus is on programs that empower women, nurture and mentor children, and improve education. [More...]

LINCOLN & THERESE FILENE FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants primarily to Massachusetts organizations with some consideration given to other New England-based programs. Funding is targeted toward programs and projects that enable those who are disadvantaged in various ways to help themselves and others; that reduce social conflicts and create harmonious communities; that encourage informed civic participation on local, state, and regional levels; and that promote participation in the performing arts. [More...]

LINTILHAC FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports nonprofits that are making sustainable, positive change for Vermontís environment and its people and those that are providing Vermonters with the information they need to control their environmental destinies and strong traditions of democratic engagement. Core giving areas include the Clean Water Economy, the Renewable Energy Economy, and Land Use & Environmental Equity. [More...]

LLOYD A. FRY FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations with the strength and commitment to address persistent problems of urban Chicago resulting from poverty, violence, ignorance, and despair. The Foundation seeks to build the capacity of individuals and the systems that serve them. [More...]

LLOYD G. BALFOUR FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Balfour Company, focuses its charitable giving in three areas: Attleboro, Massachusetts-specific charities, scholarship, and educational organizations. Attleboro-specific funding is earmarked for charities that provide educational, human services, and health-care programming to underserved populations. [More...]

LOUIS CALDER FOUNDATION

The Foundation invites charter and parochial schools to submit preliminary information on their plans and initiatives to develop or enhance efforts to adopt and strengthen comprehensive, sequenced, content-rich core curricula. The objective is to build general knowledge in grades K-8. [More...]

M. BASTIAN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds organizations in Utah and Virginia in its areas of interest. Grantmaking focuses on programs in music, the arts, higher education, health care and health organizations, religion (both Christian and Latter-Day Saints), social services, and wildlife conservation. [More...]

M.J. MURDOCK CHARTIABLE TRUST

The Trust seeks to enrich the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest by providing grants and enrichment programs to non-profit organizations that seek to strengthen the region's educational, spiritual, and cultural base in creative and sustainable ways. Created by the co-founder of Tektronix, the Trust focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: arts and culture, health and human services, education, and research. [More...]

MACARTHUR-DRIEHAUS FUNDS

The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, in partnership with the John D. [More...]

MAGIC JOHNSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropy representing former basketball great, Ervin ďMagicĒ Johnson, began in 1991 as a single disease Ė HIV/AIDS Ė charity. Today, the Foundation, in addition to its work with HIV/AIDS, assists community-based organizations and developing programs, which serve the health needs of those residing in inner-city communities. [More...]

MAINE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Maine Steeples Project is a collaboration between the Foundation, Maine Preservation, and a donor-advised fund at the Foundation. The Project supports local efforts to assess and restore church steeples of historic, cultural, and community significance to cities and towns located in Maine by matching local resources devoted to restoring steeples. [More...]

MAKI FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support to nonprofits that promote environmental protection in Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. The Foundation is particularly concerned with the protection and preservation of the Rocky Mountain Westís remaining wild lands, rivers, and wilderness, as well as the wildlife dependent upon these lands. [More...]

MALONE FAMILY FOUNDATION

The mission of the Foundation is to promote positive changes in the lives of people, who in turn, can build and enhance the communities in which they live. The Foundation supports initiatives that improve the quality of education, the motivation and self-esteem of students from Pre-K through higher education. [More...]

MAPP FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to provide financial resources to qualifying nonprofits primarily in Baldwin County, Alabama as well as to areas of South Alabama and Mississippi. Grants are awarded to programs which help people and animals at risk or in need due to unfortunate circumstances, neglect, or abuse. [More...]

MARISLA FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants in two programs Ė human services and the environment Ė and one special interests category. Human services grants seek to assist women, primarily regarding their physical, mental, and financial health. [More...]

MARTHA HOLDEN JENNINGS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Open Grants support public school districts, non-religious private schools, or nonprofits that assists elementary and secondary schools in Ohio. The Foundation has established six categories within the Open Grants program that it funds. [More...]

MARY ALLEN LINDSEY BRANAN FOUNDATION

The foundation's mission is to support organizations for the relief of suffering and for charitable purposes, for example, flood and disaster victims, the care of the sick, feeble, helpless, and orphans. There are no geographic restrictions on distributions, but grants are awarded at the discretion of the board and historically have been targeted toward the state of Georgia. [More...]

MARY BLACK FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established to improve the health of Spartanburg County, South Carolina. Since 2003, the Foundationís work has centered on advancing two priority areas: early childhood development and healthy eating/active living. [More...]

MARY MORTON PARSONS FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded in 1998 to support the capital needs of charitable organizations. The Foundation typically issues between $3 and $5 million annually in grants to support capital projects, mostly on a challenge or matching basis. [More...]

MARY REYNOLDS BABCOCK FOUNDATION

The Grassroots Organizations Program funds small, community-led organizations that are addressing racism and poverty and developing grassroots leaders by the way they do business every day. The foundation is especially interested in promising groups that have few other sources of support. [More...]

MARY W.B. CURTIS TRUST

The Trustís mission is to support programs devoted to training boys and young men in good citizenship. Programs which include girls and young women are eligible to apply, but the funds requested must be allocated to benefit only the boys and young men participating in the program. [More...]

MAURICE AMADO FOUNDATION

The Foundation primarily awards grants in the Los Angeles and New York City metropolitan area for activities that emphasize the Sephardic Jewish heritage with special interest in educational and cultural projects. The Foundation seeks to ensure that Sephardic heritage is woven into the fabric of American Jewry. [More...]

MAY AND STANLEY SMITH CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust supports organizations which offer opportunities that enrich the quality of life, promote self-sufficiency, and otherwise assist individuals in achieving their highest potential. From 2014 through 2018, the Trust will focus its grantmaking on organizations and projects that benefit children and youth who are or have been in the foster care system; adults over age 60; military veterans and their families; and adults and youth with physical, intellectual, or developmental disabilities who are in the process of transitioning to adulthood living. [More...]

MCGOWAN CHARITABLE FUND

This family foundation, named for the founder of telecommunications giant MCI, promotes, nurtures, and funds promising programs that develop the gifts and talents of the very young, address health care and medical science research, and create educational opportunities. Grants to develop the gifts and talents of the very young are targeted toward those who have been disenfranchised by low-income status, inner city conditions, or family situations regardless of race, creed, color, gender, or national origin. [More...]

MCGREGOR FUND

The Fund is a private foundation organized ďto relieve the misfortunes and promote the well-being of mankind.Ē The Foundation believes in the dignity of every human being, the right of every person to move to the highest possible state of freedom and interdependence while also recognizing our interdependence. Grants to relieve misfortune and promote well being are made in the following areas: human services, education, health care, arts and culture, and public benefit. [More...]

MCKENZIE RIVER GATHERING FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds Oregon-based grassroots groups that organize people to work for progressive social change. It supports the most strategic work unfolding at the local level to address globalization, poverty, war, racism, and environmental destruction. [More...]

MDU RESOURCES FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of MDU Resources, which provides value-added resources products and related services to the infrastructure of energy and transportation industries. Funding consideration is given to institutions, organizations, and programs within the geographic regions where member companies conduct business. [More...]

MEDICA FOUNDATION

The Foundation is an affiliate of Medica Health Plans, a Minnesota-based nonprofit HMO. Funding is awarded to nonprofits and government agencies within the Organizationís service area in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. [More...]

MEDINA FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds a variety of human service and education programs in the Greater Puget Sound counties of Washington State. Grants are awarded for emergency and critical human services to support those in need, including housing, food, counseling, case management, life training, and other services. [More...]

MEET THE COMPOSER

The Organizationís Cary New Music Performance Fund is designed to support new music activity by small-budget, grassroots, and emerging organizations whose opportunities for composers are a valuable contribution to the total arts community. The program provides general operating support to music organizations, which demonstrate excellence in innovative new music programming and in performance of music by living composers. [More...]

MEREDITH CORPORATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the publishing Company. It focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: arts and culture, education, and human services. [More...]

METLIFE FOUNDATION

The Foundation's 2005 Museum Connections program supports projects developed by art museums to increase interaction between museums and the people in their communities. This is the sixth year of the multi-year initiative. [More...]

METROWEST HEALTH FOUNDATION

Funded from the sale of two community hospitals in Massachusetts, the Foundationís mission is to improve the health status of the community, including individuals and families, through informed and innovative leadership. The Foundation provides support to meet the unmet health needs of 25 Massachusetts communities in MetroWestís service area. [More...]

MEYER MEMORIAL TRUST

The Trust, named for the late Fred G. Meyer, who built a chain of retail stores named for him throughout the Pacific Northwest, makes grants to organizations in Oregon and Clark County, Washington. [More...]

MILLIPORE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Company that develops, manufactures, and sells a broad range of purification products to microelectronics and biopharmaceutical manufacturing companies as well as to analytical laboratory markets. The Foundationís mission is to support the Companyís interest in scientific and technological advancement as well as specific public policy issues that affect the Company. [More...]

MODELLíS SPORTING GOODS

The Retailerís corporate giving focuses on programs that support families, youth, education, and physical activity. The Retailer has made charitable giving a top priority through its Team Weeks and Store Marketing Gift Card programs. [More...]

MORAN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on innovative interventions that promote healthy mental, physical, and emotional development of at-risk children and families in Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. Of particular interest are programs that support children and preserve families whose lives are affected by such challenges as poverty, physical, emotional or sexual abuse, addiction, and limitations in community support or of caregivers. [More...]

MORRIS AND GWENDOLYN CAFRITZ FOUNDATION

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. [More...]

MORTON SALT COMPANY

The Company focuses its grantmaking on projects and programs in education, the environment, civic and community, health and human services, and arts and culture. The majority of the Companyís grantmaking is earmarked for organizations providing services to the Greater Chicago Metropolitan area. [More...]

MOSES TAYLOR FOUNDATION

Formed from the sale of the Moses Taylor Health Care System to Community Health System of Tennessee, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: health and healthcare, human services, and capacity building. Under health and healthcare, the Foundation gives priority to programs targeting primary healthcare for the economically disadvantaged, mental and behavioral health, dental care and oral health, and healthcare workforce. [More...]

MOUNTAINEERS FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations and agencies working to preserve the natural beauty and ecological integrity of the Pacific Northwest. The Foundation supports modest, short-term projects such as curriculum or other instructional materials, publication of conference proceedings and journal articles, biologic, economic, legal, or policy studies, and research about the natural environment. [More...]

MOYER FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created in 2000 by Major League Baseball All-Star pitcher Jamie Moyer and his wife, Karen. It focuses on providing encouragement, comfort, and support to children enduring a time of profound distress Ė whether physical, emotional, or financial. [More...]

MUSEUMS ALASKA

The Organization, in partnership with the Rasmuson Foundation, awards grants in its Collection Management Fund. The Fund will award grants in one of three areas: supplies and equipment, training, and professional services. [More...]

MUTUAL OF OMAHA FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the insurance Company. The Foundationís mission is to break the cycle of poverty and invest in major capital projects that strengthen the community. [More...]

NATIONAL AIDS FUND

The Fund, with support from the Ford Foundation and the Elton John AIDS Foundation, is awarding grants during the second year of its Southern REACH (Regional Expansion of Access and Capacity to Address HIV/AIDS) Initiative. Through the program, the Fund will award 20-30 grants ranging from $20,000 to $75,000 to community-based organizations in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida (especially Northern Florida), Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. [More...]

NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE HUMANITIES

The NEHís Emergency Flood Assistance grants will provide up to $1 million in disaster recovery assistance to libraries, museums, colleges, universities, and other cultural and historical institutions in the Midwest affected by the 2008 summer floods. The grants seek to ensure the survival of significant collections of the countryís cultural heritage threatened by the flooding. [More...]

NATIONAL FISH AND WILDLIFE FOUNDATION AND THE SOUTHERN COMPANY

The Power of Flight Bird Conservation Fund is a partnership between the Southern Company, its four operating companies, and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. The Fund is interested in funding the following types of projects: habitat restoration and management; environmental education involving birds, particularly in urban areas; nature tourism development; and applied research with direct implications for management and conservation. [More...]

NATIONAL STARCH AND CHEMICAL FOUNDATION

The foundation supports organizations in company-operating areas in Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, North Carolina, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee. Funding interests include higher education, children's services, and hospitals. [More...]

NEIL AND LOUISE TILLOTSON FUND

The Fund, administered by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, supports organizations that work in the areas of basic needs, community safety, conservation and sustainable forestry, economic development, and education. Programs and projects should strengthen existing institutions in the North Country region. [More...]

NEIL AND LOUISE TILLOTSON FUND OF THE NEW HAMPSHIRE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Fund has established a special grant program to benefit the North Country, an area consisting of Coos County, New Hampshire and bordering communities in Vermont, Maine, and Canada. Funding focus includes economic development, conservation and sustainable forestry, education, basic needs, and the community safety net. [More...]

NELLIE MAE EDUCATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on four areas: adult literacy, college preparation, minority high achievement, and out-of-school time. Funding and support in each area is awarded in the form of program grants, technical assistance or evaluation grants, research studies, and advocacy activities. [More...]

NEW BALANCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the athletic shoe company. It focuses its primary grantmaking efforts on the prevention of childhood obesity. [More...]

NEW ENGLAND FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS

The Foundationís Creative City grants enable artists to create projects of all disciplines that take place in the public realm in the city of Boston and that integrate public participation into artistic process and/or presentation. Eligible projects must have a lead applicant who is either an individual artist or an artist on behalf of a clearly articulated artistic collaboration; an unincorporated collective/company with strong artistic leadership, or culturally specific, immigrant, traditional cultural practitioner groups that typically work under the auspices of a parent organization. [More...]

NEW ENGLAND GRASSROOTS ENVIRONMENT FUND

The Fund was created with four New England foundations met in 1996 to examine environmental priorities. As both a Funders/Activistsí collaborative and a community network builder, the Fundís mission is to energize and nurture long-term civic engagement in local initiatives that create and maintain healthy, just, safe, and environmentally sustainable communities. [More...]

NEW YORK STATE ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

The Organizationís Fuel NY initiative is an integrated solution to ensure that New Yorkers have access to gasoline in a severe storm or other major weather event. As one step in the initiative, Fuel NY will make up to $17 million in funding available to help retail gas stations improve their back-up power capacity so they can remain open during major storms. [More...]

NEW YORK STATE HEALTH FOUNDATION

The Foundation has a broad mission to improve the health of New York State residents. Most of its grantmaking is focused on three priority areas: expanding health insurance coverage; improving the management and prevention of diabetes; and encouraging the integration of substance use and mental health services. [More...]

NFL YOUTH FOOTBALL FUND

The Fund's Grassroots Program, a partnership of the National Football League Youth Football Fund and the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, provides neighborhood-based organizations with financial and technical assistance to improve the quality, safety, and accessibility of local football fields. Grants are awarded for capital improvement projects. [More...]

NIKE, INC.

The shoe company and the Oregon Community Foundation have launched the new Nike Employee Grant Fund, a $1.5 million fund to benefit Portland area schools and nonprofits. The Fund is the Companyís ďbackyardĒ program. [More...]

NINA MASON PULLIAM CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trustís grants are focused on three areas: helping people in need, protecting animals and nature, and enriching community life. Under the topic of helping people in need, the Trust funds projects in basic needs, elderly, physically and developmentally disabled adults and children, and women/children/youth/families. [More...]

NLT FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports projects that promote the arts and protect the environment in Boston, Cincinnati, and Mid-Coast Maine. Arts grants are concerned with, but not limited to, helping small organizations and new projects, which may increase public access to, enjoyment of, and support for the visual arts. [More...]

NOKOMIS FOUNDATION

As a feminist organization, the Foundation invests in thought and action to advocate for women and girls. The Foundation values creativity and experimentation while supporting proven solutions that challenge even the most traditional barriers silencing women and girls. [More...]

NORCLIFFE FOUNDATION

The mission of this family Foundation is to improve the quality of life for all people in the community through the application of financial and human resources. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on education, health, social services, civic improvement, religion, culture and the arts, the environment, historic preservation, and youth programs. [More...]

NORD FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports projects that bring opportunity to the disadvantaged, strengthen the bond of families, and improve the quality of peopleís lives. Grantmaking is focused on the following areas: arts and culture, civic affairs, education, and health and social services. [More...]

NORDSON CORPORATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation awards grants in geographic areas where the Company has facilities and employees including Cuyahoga and Lorain counties in Ohio; the Greater Atlanta, GA area; San Diego county in California; and Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. Community needs drive priorities. [More...]

NORFOLK SOUTHERN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the railroad Corporation. It focuses its grantmaking on educational, cultural, environmental, social safety net, and economic development opportunities within the region served by the railroad, primarily in the Eastern, Midwestern, and Southern United States. [More...]

NORTH CAROLINA GLAXOSMITHKLINE FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports nonprofits in North Carolina that help meet the educational and health needs of todayís society and future generations. The Foundationís Traditional Grants program provides seed funds for new and worthwhile educational programs. [More...]

NORTHERN CLAY CENTER

The Center is dedicated to the advancement of the ceramic arts. The Centerís McKnight Artist Fellowships for Ceramic Artists Program supports outstanding Minnesota ceramic artists who have already proven their abilities and are at a career stage thatís beyond emerging. [More...]

OBER, KALER, GRIMES & SHRIVER

The law Firm has launched its fifth annual OberIKaler Community Grants program to aid nonprofits serving the Baltimore and Washington D.C. metropolitan areas. [More...]

OBER/KALER

With more than 125 attorneys and offices in Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, the legal Firm is committed to serving the communities in which its employees live and work. The Firmís Community Grants program aids ambitious nonprofits addressing children and youth education and welfare issues in Baltimore City and Washington, D.C. [More...]

OHIO STATE BAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a public charity committed to promoting public understanding of the law and improvements in the justice system throughout Ohio. The Foundationís core values include a commitment to a society served by a fair, impartial, and accessible system of justice. [More...]

ORCHARD FOUNDATION

Grantmaking is targeted toward New York and New England organizations with programs in the environment, children, youth, families, and campaign finance reform. Environmental topics include air quality, biodiversity, fresh and coastal waters, forests, toxic substances, and pollution prevention. [More...]

OREGON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Community Grants program supports projects that address one of the Foundationís four primary funding objectives: nurture children and strengthen families; enhance educational opportunities; increase cultural opportunities; and preserve and improve Oregonís livability through citizen involvement. The program awards some 200 grants annually, most to small- and moderate-sized nonprofits. [More...]

OREGON HISTORIC TRAILS FUND

The Fund awards annual grants to develop, interpret, and improve Oregonís historic trails. Projects of interest are interpretive, educational, and economic. [More...]

ORIX FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the financial management Corporation. The Foundationís Community Innovation Project aims to help nonprofits in the North Texas region create game-changing solutions to pressing social problems. [More...]

OTTO BREMER FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds programs that promote civic engagement and organizational effectiveness in communities in Minnesota, North Dakota, northwestern Wisconsin, and Montana. As the Foundation considers proposals, it looks for ones that assist people in achieving full economic, civic, and social participation in and for the betterment of their communities. [More...]

PACCAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Company, a global technology leader in the design, manufacturer, and customer support of premium light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks under the Kenworth, Peterbilt, and DAF names. The Company also provides customized financial services, information technology, and truck parts related to its principal business. [More...]

PACIFIC FOREST AND WATERSHED LANDS STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL

The Councilís Youth Investment Program (YIP) is designed to improve the lives of underserved youth in Northern and Central California by providing greater access to outdoor experiences ranging from urban parks to watersheds in the wilderness. The YIP Infrastructure Fund is designed to support efforts to improve community parks and open spaces to make them more accessible, viable, and safe for children and youth. [More...]

PACIFIC PIONEER FUND

The Fund supports emerging documentary filmmakers in California, Oregon, and Washington. ďEmergingĒ is defined as a person committed to the craft of making documentaries who has demonstrated that commitment through several years of practical film or video experience. [More...]

PACIFIC POWER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following categories: education; civic and community; arts and culture; health, welfare, and social services. Education grants support K-12 and higher education institutions, literacy organizations, and scholarship funds. [More...]

PACIFICORP FOUNDATION

The philanthropic arm of PacifiCorp, an electric utility operating as Pacific Power in Oregon, Washington, and California; and as Rocky Mountain Power in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, seeks to foster strategic sustainable initiatives that serve the best aspirations of individuals, organizations, and communities. The Foundation also works to enhance and develop grant recipientsí capabilities to address significant challenges and opportunities. [More...]

PACIFICSOURCE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of PacificSource Health Plans Company, a health insurer located in Oregon. The Foundation seeks to provide resources and funds for the health and welfare of the underserved and to lessen the burden on government. [More...]

PACIFICSOURCE FOUNDATION FOR HEALTH IMPROVEMENT

The Foundation provides resources and funds for the health and welfare of underserved and vulnerable populations with an emphasis on children and youth. The Foundation assists nonprofits to improve health status and meet the healthcare needs (physical, mental, behavioral, and oral) in the communities that the insurance Companyís health plans serve. [More...]

PANASONIC CORPORATION

The electronics Corporationís grantmaking philosophy seeks to enhance the Companyís reputation in providing quality and unique educational experiences and programs in its headquarterís regional areas of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. Education grants support programs that provide hands-on educational enhancement and enrichment opportunities to a diverse population including youth, women, minorities, and educators. [More...]

PATRICK AND ANNA M. CUDAHY FUND

Created by the founder of the Cudahy Meat Packing Company, the Fund focuses its grantmaking on organizations in Wisconsin and Chicago as well as internationally for U.S. based programs. [More...]

PATRINA FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to promote educational opportunity and advancement as well as scholarship by and about women. Grants are primarily made to educational and cultural organizations, but the Foundation also funds social services agencies for projects that build the skills and leadership abilities of girls and women. [More...]

PAUL G. ALLEN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to transform individual lives and strengthen communities by fostering innovation, creating knowledge, and promoting social progress. Funds are awarded for programs and projects in the following areas: arts and culture, community development and social change, innovations in science and technology, and youth engagement. [More...]

PAUL RAPOPORT FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary goal is to support organizations that provide social services, advocacy and community empowerment to and for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. HIV/AIDS remains a strong area of interest but only as it specifically intersects with the LGBT community. [More...]

PEOPLES BANCORP FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the financial services Company. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on supporting local organizations with worthwhile projects and assisting area youth in gaining opportunities for higher education in the communities the Company serves. [More...]

PETER H. AND E. LUCILLE GAASS KUYPER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on public charities, educational institutions, and city and state organizations that address needs in the communities where Pella [Window] Corporation maintains manufacturing operations. Those locations include Pella, Carroll, Shenandoah, and Sioux Center, Iowa; Macomb, Illinois; Gettysburg, Penn.; Murray, Ky.; Portland, Ore.; Fairfield, Ohio, and Columbia, SC. [More...]

PEYBACK FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic vehicle of football player, Peyton Manning. The Foundation promotes the future success of disadvantaged youth (ages 6 to 18) by assisting programs that provide leadership growth and opportunities for children at-risk. [More...]

PGE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the corporate foundation of Portland General Electric. Its mission is to improve the quality of life in Oregon. [More...]

PHELPS DODGE FOUNDATION

The Corporationís philanthropic division supports charitable organizations in more than 30 communities around the globe. The Corporation is the worldís second largest producer of copper and the worldís largest publicly traded copper producer. [More...]

PHILANTHROFUND FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to building communities in the Upper Midwest where lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender 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. [More...]

PHILIP L. GRAHAM FUND

The Fund, established in 1963, is named for the former publisher of The Washington Post. The Fundís mission, not surprisingly, is to use its resources for the betterment of the Washington, D.C. [More...]

PHOENIX SUNS CHARITIES

The Charities are the philanthropic arm of the professional basketball team. Its mission is to benefit organizations that assist the needs of children and families in Arizona. [More...]

PIONEER HI-BRED FOUNDATION

The Company, a global company serving customers in over 90 countries, focuses its grantmaking on three areas: science education, food security, and community betterment. Science education grants seek to improve science literacy, enable science discovery and grow future talent in the sciences. [More...]

PITTSBURGH FOUNDATION

The Foundation, along with the Heinz Endowments, is committed to helping create a vibrant cultural life in Pittsburgh and the region. The Foundationís Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh Initiative seeks to advance the work of Black artists and arts groups (namely, those whose work focuses on the art of African-Americans, Africa, and the larger Diaspora) in the city and region. [More...]

PLUM CREEK FOUNDATION

The Foundation strives to improve the quality of life in the U.S. communities that the Company serves by supporting community-based nonprofits. [More...]

POLK BROS. FOUNDATION

The Foundation exists because of the success of the Polk Bros. chain of retail furniture and appliance stores. [More...]

POLK BROTHERS FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established by the siblings connected to the Polk Bros. chain of retail furniture and appliance stores that were once located in Chicago. [More...]

PRESERVE NEW YORK

Preserve New York, a grant program of the Preservation League of New York State and the New York State Council for the Arts, provides annual support for cultural resource surveys, historic structure reports, and historic landscape reports. In 2009, the League encourages projects that advance the preservation of neighborhoods that quality for the NYS Historic Homeowners Rehabilitation Tax Credit. [More...]

PRIDE FOUNDATION

The Foundation works to strengthen lesbian, gay, transgender, and bisexual communities primarily in Washington State, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, and Oregon. Funds are awarded to projects in education and advocacy; AIDS education and support; arts and recreation; youth and family services; lesbian health; and other health and human services. [More...]

PRINCIPAL FINANCIAL GROUP FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Principal Financial Group. The Foundationís grantmaking supports programs and projects in the areas of health and human services, education, arts and culture, the environment, and recreation and tourism. [More...]

PROGRESS ENERGY

The Companyís Corporate Grants program supports nonprofits that benefit company communities in Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina where Company employees and customers live and work. Most corporate grants focus on education, economic development, and the environment although the Company has funded other important community issues. [More...]

PROVIDENT BANK FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created in 2003 with a donation of stock and cash from the initial public offering of Provident Financial Services stock. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on three areas: community enrichment, education, and health, youth, and families and awards one $100,000 grant in each of the areas under its Signature Grant program. [More...]

PSEG FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Public Service Enterprise Group, supports nonprofits through its Neighborhood Partners Program. The Program supports projects with demonstrated impact on improving the quality of life in local communities. [More...]

PUGET SOUND ENERGY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Puget Energy, the investor-owned parent company of energy utility Puget Sound Energy. The Foundation supports a broad range of community programs within PSEís service territory and in other areas where the utility purchases or produces energy in the Pacific Northwest. [More...]

QUANTUM FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created in 1995 with the net proceeds from the sale of JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, Florida. The Foundation works in Palm Beach County, Florida, to increase health care access, improve science and health education and enhance the health care workforce. [More...]

QUIMBY FAMILY FOUNDATION

The family Foundationís mission is to advance wilderness values and to increase access to the arts throughout Maine. The Foundation accomplishes this mission by supporting and encouraging nonprofits that address critical environmental issues such as wildlife protection, wildlands preservation, and the promotion of non-consumptive, non-motorized recreation. [More...]

QWEST FOUNDATION

The Foundation is offering classroom technology grants for teachers in the state of Wyoming. Wyoming elementary and secondary school teachers can compete for a share of $25,000 in total grants for their technology-related classroom projects. [More...]

R. HAROLD BURTON FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on programs and projects education, science, literary, and health purposes. All programs and projects must impact the lives of residents living in the Salt Lake City Metropolitan Area. [More...]

RALPH M. PARSONS FOUNDATION

The Foundation has four main grantmaking interests: social impact, civic and cultural, health, and higher education. Funding is focused on organizations that show excellence, offer access for disadvantaged populations, and have active participation among volunteers, board, and staff. [More...]

RAPIDES FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Walking Trail Mini-Grant program seeks to fund walking trails designed to promote regular exercise through the creation of publicly accessible walking trails in both urban and rural settings. Projects that meet the following criteria are eligible for funding: the land will be used for the purpose of a walking trail for at least 10 years and will be accessible to the general public; the organization demonstrates community support through in-kind donations and program/event sponsorship at the trail; the organization can verify matching cash funds of 50 percent of the requested grant funds; and the organization has a long-term maintenance plan to ensure the trail remains in proper condition for use. [More...]

RASMUSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on Alaska arts and cultural organizations. Through its various funds, the Foundation awards grants to Alaska museums for purchases of art by practicing Alaskan artists, travel grants for the performing arts, grants to strengthen the effectiveness and impact of organizations that provide arts and cultural experiences to Alaska citizens, and matching grants to enrich programs offered by Alaskan arts and cultural organizations. [More...]

RATHMANN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on education, the arts, children and youth health organizations, and environmental preservation. Priority for education grants is given to projects in science and math. [More...]

REGENCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Regence Group, the largest health insurer in the Northwest/Intermountain region. It has launched the Sojourns program, which is designed to help people with life-threatening and incurable illness to access quality palliative care in their own community. [More...]

REGENCE GROUP

The Group, the largest health insurer in the Northwest/Intermountain region and an independent licensee of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, has created a corporate Foundation. The Foundation will partner with organizations driving significant change in healthcare delivery accessibility in Idaho, Oregon, Utah, and Washington State. [More...]

RETIREMENT RESEARCH FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Accessible Faith Grant program funds Chicago-area houses of worship for accessibility improvements to their facilities. Such improvements should allow increased participation of elderly persons and those with disabilities whether attending programs, services, or activities of the facilities. [More...]

REVA AND DAVID LOGAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation primarily supports organizations in California, Illinois, and Washington, D.C. that focus on the arts, investigative journalism, scholarship, and social justice. [More...]

RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

The Foundation is accepting applications for its Clean Competition Fund. The Fund relates to education, outreach, scientific projects and clinic al or basic research involving appropriate medical uses or long-term health implications of human growth hormone use or use of other performance-enhancing substances. [More...]

RIBBONS OF HOPE Ė INVEST IN WOMEN

Based in Atlanta, the Foundation began as friends and family of the Coca-Cola Company who wanted to support Southeast Georgia organizations making a difference in womenís lives. Membership is now 50 women who together are committed to improving the lives o women and girls through an annual $100,000 grant. [More...]

RICHARD A. HENSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports projects that are consistent with Mr. Hensonís philosophy of giving and personal priorities. [More...]

RICHARD C. VON HESS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís namesake was an art connoisseur and supporter of educational programs. As such, the Foundationís grantmaking is targeted toward arts and humanities. [More...]

RICHARD DRIEHAUS FOUNDATION

For the seventh year, the Foundation, along with the John D. and Catherine T. [More...]

RICHARD E. AND DEBORAH L. TARRANT FOUNDATION

The Foundation mission is to create opportunity, help meet basic needs, and improve the lives of people in Vermont. Programs and organizations that the Foundation supports range from small, volunteer-based community initiatives to large institutions. [More...]

RICHARD H. DRIEHAUS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Chicago Small Theater and Dance Program supports small theater and dance companies located in the Windy City. Supported in part by a grant from the John D. [More...]

RICHARD K. AND SHIRLEY S. HEMINGWAY FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides resources to charitable organizations that are committed to promoting values consistent with the principles of the Hemingways, a family of Utah bankers. Grants are awarded to organizations and institutions whose goal is to enrich Utah and Idaho communities and the lives of patrons through programs of cultural values that span the entire realm of human endeavor. [More...]

RICHARD KING MELLON FOUNDATION

The Foundation invests in the competitive future and quality of life in Southwestern Pennsylvania and in the protection, preservation, and restoration of Americaís environmental heritage. Created in 1947 by the president and chairman of Mellon Bank, the Foundationís current giving priorities include regional economic development and conservation along with education, human services, and nonprofit capacity building. [More...]

RICHARD M. FAIRBANKS FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on three primary areas: healthy, the vitality of Indianapolis, and sustainable employment. Health grants support public and preventive health with an emphasis on the safety net system as well as health as an economic drive, with an emphasis on the life sciences sector. [More...]

RILEY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, one of the largest in Mississippi, was formed following the sale of Riley Memorial Hospital in 1998. It focuses its grantmaking on charitable purposes and to provide financial resources and assistance for communitywide projects and programs in health care, education, and the betterment of cultural, environmental, and economic conditions for the people of Meridian and Lauderdale County, Mississippi. [More...]

RITE AID FOUNDATION

The focus of the Foundationís charitable giving is childrenís health and well-being. The Foundation believes that children are the future of communities and they deserve and need support. [More...]

RITE-AID FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to helping people in the communities that the pharmacy serves lead happier, healthier lives. The Foundation limits funding to programs that address health and wellness in the communities in which the Company operates. [More...]

ROANOKE WOMENíS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a component fund of the Foundation for Roanoke Valley. The Foundation awards grants to Roanoke, Virginia nonprofits for projects and programs within the Foundationís priority areas of arts and culture, health and human services, education and the environment. [More...]

ROBERT AND JOAN DIRCKS FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports nonprofits that enrich and improve the quality of life for individuals living in New Jersey. Grants are awarded for programs and projects that benefit children and adults who are physically, mentally, or economically disadvantaged. [More...]

ROBERT F. STOICO/FIRSTFED CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by the former CEO of FirstFed America Bancorp, was established to support the local communities of southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The Foundationís main funding interests are affordable housing, access to health care, education, job development and accessibility to the arts. [More...]

ROBERT H. MOLLOHAN FAMILY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded for and has the primary goal of supporting and conducting educational, environmental preservation, community benefit, and social welfare activities in West Virginia. Grants are made to nonprofits that combat community deterioration and promote education, community development, and environmental preservation. [More...]

ROBERT W. WOODRUFF FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded by the CEO of the Coca-Cola Company to support charitable, scientific, and educational activities. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: K-12 and higher education; health care and health education; human services, particularly for children and youth; economic development and civic affairs; art and cultural activities; and conservation of natural resources and environmental education. [More...]

ROCK ON FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded by brothers Luke and Matt Bonner in 2013. It seeks to increase community artistic and athletic opportunities in New Hampshire. [More...]

ROCKWELL COLLINS

The Company has two funding vehicles Ė the Rockwell Collins Charitable Corporation and the Rockwell Collins Community Partnership Fund. Funding priorities include education, with an emphasis on math, science, engineering, and technology; and culture and the arts, with an emphasis on youth educational programs. [More...]

ROCKWELL COLLINS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Corporation was established for the exclusive purpose of supporting nonprofits in the communities where employees live and work. Grants are awarded for major projects and programs and generally total $5,000 or more. [More...]

ROCKY MOUNTAIN POWER FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the power company that serves communities in Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on education (including K-12 and higher education, literacy, and scholarship funds); civic and community (specifically the environment, justice and law, housing, and urban renewal); arts and culture (including the performing arts, museums, heritage foundations, and libraries); and health, welfare, and human services (including United Way, hospitals, and youth agencies). [More...]

ROSE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is honoring the National Park Serviceís 100th birthday in 2016 by creating a new, one-time grantmaking program to support community-based celebrations and events across California. The National Parks Centennial Celebration grantmaking program highlights the importance of National Parks to California wildlands. [More...]

ROY J. CARVER CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust focuses its support on organizations located in Iowa or portions of western Illinois. Priority is given to education and youth programs. [More...]

ROYAL CARIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL

The Companyís mission is to enhance the well being of the communities it serves. It awards monetary funding, sponsorships, and cruise donations to organizations that benefit and offer services to the entire community. [More...]

RUDDIE MEMORIAL YOUTH FOUNDATION

The Foundation exists to help underprivileged youth reach their full potential by supporting youth-serving organizations. The Foundation defines ďyouthĒ from ages 0 to 25 years. [More...]

S. MARK TAPER FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to enhancing the quality of peopleís lives by supporting nonprofits and their work in the Southern California community. The Foundation funds requests from charitable, educational, and religious organizations in Southern California for general operating support as well as capital support. [More...]

S.D. BECHTEL JR. FOUNDATION AND THE STEPHEN BECHTEL FUND

The Foundations support selected nonprofits and initiatives that seek to address critical challenges to the economic health and well being of the United States. The Foundationsí primary focus is in the San Francisco Bay area. [More...]

S.D. BECHTEL, JR. FOUNDATION/STEPHEN BECHTEL FUND

The Foundation and Fund support well-managed organizations that provide quality programs and create significant sustained benefits in the areas of interest to the founder and directors. The Foundation and Fundís main geographic focus is the San Francisco Bay area. [More...]

S.T.A.R. FOUNDATION OF MONTEREY COUNTY

The Foundation, which stands for Support the Arts Regionally, was founded in 2009 to support youth-related theatrical arts in Monterey County, Calif.. In the fall of 2013, the Foundation changed its focus to include all youth-related performing arts. [More...]

SADIE AND HARRY DAVIS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís was funded by a former Portland, Maine pediatrician. The Foundationís grantmaking is dedicated to the advancement of childrenís health for the youth of Maine. [More...]

SAFECO INSURANCE

The insurance Companyís community grants fund local projects in communities where it has offices of 100 or more employees. Organizations that encourage homeownership and neighborhood small business development and growth; support safety and disaster preparedness; and improve the overall quality of life in a neighborhood are of interest. [More...]

SAFECO INSURANCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the insurance Company. Through its giving, the Company strives to support its communities in Washington and Oregon with grants, sponsorships, and employee engagement opportunities. [More...]

SAFECO INSURANCE FUND

The Fund supports nonprofits primarily within the states of Washington and Oregon. Grantmaking is focused on education and broad-based health and human services. [More...]

SAM L. COHEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation strives to ensure that all people have the opportunity to develop their potential and provide healthy, productive futures for themselves, their families, and their communities. Grants are awarded in the following program areas: arts and culture, civic and community, education, health and human services, and Jewish culture and traditions. [More...]

SAMARA FUND

Housed at the Vermont Community Foundation, the Fund aims to create a vibrant Vermont LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer) community and ensure that LGBTQ Vermonters are connected, healthy, appreciated, safe, and empowered. The Fund, named for the symbolism of seeds and growth, new life and vitality, the continuity of life, and of Vermontís sugar maples, whose winged fruit gently spins its way to earth. [More...]

SAMERIAN FOUNDATION

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. [More...]

SAMUEL P. MANDELL FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on health (specifically cancer research), the arts, education, libraries and museums, environmental conservation, and social services for minorities. Giving is limited to organizations located in Pennsylvania. [More...]

SAN ANTONIO AREA FOUNDATION

The John L. Santikos Charitable Foundation, a component fund of the San Antonio Area Foundation, welcomes requests from local nonprofits working to assist residents affected by Hurricane Harvey or those who have been evacuated from other areas of Texas. [More...]

SAND HILL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a private family foundation established by Tom and Susan Ford in 1995. The Foundation focuses its giving on promising and proven nonprofits working to strengthen families and preserve the natural environment. [More...]

SANTANDER BANK FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to enhance the quality of life for individuals by supporting local nonprofits in the communities that the bank serves in the Northeast, including locations in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island. Foundation priorities are the following: community investment and economic development, youth and education, health and human services, and arts and culture. [More...]

SAPELO FOUNDATION

The Foundation, named for Sapelo Island in Georgia, grew out of Richard J. Reynoldsís interest in the barrier island. [More...]

SARAH K. DE COIZART ARTICLE TENTH PERPETUAL CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust focuses its grantmaking exclusively on two areas: blindness-related services and research and the environment. Grants in the areas of blindness and vision impairments may be given for a broad range of services and research. [More...]

SARAH K. DE COZIART ARTICLE TENTH PERPETUAL CHARITABLE TRUST

The Foundation, established in 1992 under the will of Sarah De Coziart, focuses its grantmaking on two areas: environment and species conservation, and blindness-related services and research. Environmental grants support projects that include addressing environmental hazards, wildlife conservation, protection of ecologically important areas, and land use policy. [More...]

SARKEYS FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created from funds earned from the sale of oil and gas leases, focuses its grantmaking on improving the lives of people who live in Oklahoma. Grants are awarded in education, social service and human service needs, and cultural and humanitarian programs of regional significance. [More...]

SAUL AND DAYEE G. HAAS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life for needy secondary school students in communities throughout the state of Washington. Funds are targeted toward programs that encourage students to stay in school, return to school if theyíve dropped out, or get involved within their learning community. [More...]

SCOULAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established to put a portion of the transportation Companyís net profits into helping people, organizations, and projects. The Foundation supports organizations and projects with visible impact in the Companyís home communities. [More...]

SELBY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on academic scholarships and grants for capital projects in Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte, and DeSoto counties in Florida. Capital grants support the construction, acquisition, and/or renovation of facilities, as well as the purchase of equipment or software. [More...]

SHELL MARINE HABITAT PROGRAM-ALASKA

The Program is a partnership between Shell Oil Company and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. It provides grants to catalyze conservation and restoration projects that benefit marine and coastal habitats in Alaska. [More...]

SHELTERING ARMS FOUNDATION

The Foundation originated as an orphanage that created a safe haven for abandoned or homeless children to be loved and cared for. From there it morphed into a hospital caring for polio victims and then a school focused on meeting the needs of developmentally disabled children. [More...]

SHOPKO FOUNDATION

The philanthropic arm of the discount retailer supports programs/projects that assist people with disabilities, the underprivileged, and the disadvantaged, those that strengthen family values, ones that address the arts, and those that are aimed at educating youth. The aim is to help communities at a local level where contributions can do the most good. [More...]

SIA (SUBARU OF INDIANA AUTOMOTIVE) FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations throughout the state of Indiana that work to improve the quality of life and help meet the needs of the stateís residents. Grantmaking is targeted toward specific capital projects in the areas of arts and culture, education, and health and welfare. [More...]

SIA FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Subaru of Indiana Automotive Inc., supports organizations or entities within Indiana that will improve the quality of life and help meet the needs of state residents. Proposals in the areas of arts and culture, education, and health and welfare are considered. [More...]

SIERRA HEALTH FOUNDATION

The Foundation promotes improved health and quality of life for the people of Northern California. As a continuation of its Responsive Grants program, the Foundation invites organizations to tell the Foundation what health needs and concerns are in their communities and how a Foundation grant will address them. [More...]

SILICON VALLEY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Donor Circle for the Arts supports emerging arts organizations in the Silicon Valley region. Its mission is to support emerging artists working with underserved populations and expand arts opportunities for the diverse cultural communities of the region. [More...]

SILVER FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on transitional youth development programs that offer in-depth, long-term investments and opportunities for motivated, low-income youth. Priority is given to programs that have a proven track record of improving outcomes around key youth development and academic benchmarks including third-grade reading, high school graduation, college attainment, and college completion. [More...]

SISTERS OF CHARITY FOUNDATION OF SOUTH CAROLINA

The Foundationís Caritas Fund provides grants to nonprofit organizations and faith-based agencies based in South Carolina that provide outreach services in order to meet the basic needs of the poor. The Foundation is dedicated to efforts, which help build a sustainable, healthy economy, promote educational success, support stronger families, and contribute to long-term community development. [More...]

SNELLING CENTER FOR GOVERNMENT

The Center seeks to foster responsible and ethical civic leadership, encourage public service by private citizens, and promote informed citizen participation in shaping public policy in Vermont. The Centerís Early Childhood Leadership Institute seeks to stimulate enthusiasm for and effective collaboration around childhood issues in the Green Mountain State. [More...]

SOBRATO FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is part of the Sobrato Philanthropies, a holistic initiative that encompasses the family foundation along with the familyís individual giving and corporate donations made by the 100% family owned Sobrato Development Companies. All grants made through these Sobrato Philanthropy vehicles originate from the Companies building sales or profits from business activities. [More...]

SOCIAL JUSTICE FUND NORTHWEST

Formerly known as A Territory Resource Foundation, the Fund supports groups in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and Wyoming actively working to make institutions and society more democratic, equitable, and just for all. Of interest are projects that bring people together for social change and to confront the fundamental problems of American society. [More...]

SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA ARTS COUNCIL

The Council invites applications from nonprofits arts organizations in the 11-county region it serves for local arts education and access projects. This round of grantmaking will accept applications for the following categories: Arts & Culture Heritage, Presenter/Production Assistance, and Small Town/Rural Areas. [More...]

ST. DAVIDíS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís 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. [More...]

STEELCASE FOUNDATION

The philanthropic arm of the global leader in the office furniture industry, the Foundation targets its grantmaking in the areas of human service, health, education, community development, the arts, and the environment. Special attention is given to programs that serve the elderly, disabled, youth, and the disadvantaged as they attempt to improve the quality of their lives. [More...]

STEPHEN AND TABITHA KING FOUNDATION

This family Foundation was founded in 1986 by horror author, Stephen King and his wife, Tabitha. The Foundation promotes strengthening and supporting communities and draws upon the values and spirituality of the founders. [More...]

STONEWALL COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on New York City community-based, nonprofit organizations, projects, and programs whose missions are of benefit to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) communities in the areas of health care, mental health, social service, substance abuse, community organizing, advocacy, arts, culture, and the media. The Foundation gives priority to innovative projects by organizations responding to unmet needs in the LGBT communities. [More...]

STUART FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to the protection, education, and development of children and youth. Grants are awarded in two areas: education and opportunity for children and youth and vulnerable youth in child welfare. [More...]

SUNDERLAND FOUNDATION

The Foundationís charitable interests include higher education, churches, youth-serving agencies, health facilities, community buildings, museums, civic projects, and low-maintenance, energy efficient housing projects. Grants for building construction, renovation, repairs, and restoration of facilities are considered. [More...]

SUNFLOWER FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to serve as a catalyst for improving the health of Kansas citizens. It has launched a new, online grant proposal application process and released three new Requests for Proposals. [More...]

SUPERVALU FOUNDATION

The philanthropic arm of the food store, the Foundation helps provide funding, product donations, and volunteer time in communities nationwide. Funding is targeted at programs in hunger relief, education, workforce development, the fine arts, and social services. [More...]

SUPPORT OUR AGING RELIGIOUS

The Organization was established to raise public awareness of the religious retirement crisis among Catholic religious congregations in the United States; to network with concerned laity; and to provide financial resources to religious communities to assist them in taking care of their elderly members. The program awards grants to congregations across the country in its areas of interest including emergency needs, therapeutic and medical equipment, and adequate and safe housing for retirement. [More...]

SWEET WATER TRUST

The Trustís primary funding interest is conservation work in New England and Upstate New York with an emphasis on the forests of the Northern Appalachians including neighboring lands in Canada. The Trustís mission is to support conservation that safeguards wild lands and waters, native wild flora and fauna, and living soils. [More...]

SWINDELLS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1933 to support and promote quality health and human services programming for undeserved children and adults. The Foundation also makes grants to public charitable hospitals. [More...]

T. ROWE PRICE ASSOCIATES FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the financial services Company. It has a long tradition of philanthropy in the communities where its associates live and work. [More...]

TAUCK FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Connecticut-based family travel business, focuses its grantmaking on youth and community giving with some discretionary funds being used to match charitable donations of Tauck family members. Youth grants fund organizations and programs that provide high-quality experiential learning opportunities to youth during out-of-school-time hours and/or during the summer. [More...]

TD CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of TD Bank, focuses its grantmaking by partnering with area nonprofit and public institutions to create meaningful change and improvement in the communities that the bank serves. Grants are awarded in the following areas: affordable housing and education/financial literacy. [More...]

TELEFLEX FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Teleflex Incorporated. The Corporation provides engineered products in aerospace, medical, and commercial areas including the automotive, industrial, and marine industries. [More...]

TEMPLE HOYNE BUELL FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports the positive development of children through grants and partnerships with other sectors of the community. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking primarily on the state of Colorado and concentrate it on program that benefit children. [More...]

TENSION ENVELOPE FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations in company-operating areas with an emphasis on Jewish welfare funds, community funds, higher education, health, civic affairs, culture and the arts, and youth. There are no deadlines or guidelines and the Foundation does not distribute an annual report. [More...]

THE 1675 FOUNDATION

One of four Ware Family foundations created in 2004 upon the termination of the Oxford Foundation, this Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: health, human services, education, environment, and the arts. Health grants support access to health care for the uninsured and underinsured, behavioral and mental health, reproductive rights, and health research. [More...]

THE A. LINDSAY AND OLIVE B. OíCONNOR FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds projects that are either located in Delaware County in upstate New York or directly benefit the residents of Delaware County. Of particular interest are programs that directly benefit the children and youth of the county. [More...]

THE A. MONTGOMERY WARD FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created by Marjorie Montgomery Ward Baker, the sole child of the founder of the retail department store chain. The Foundationís mission is to support and strengthen charitable institutions that provide quality educational and cultural programming for the current and future residents of Chicago, Ill., and its surrounding communities. [More...]

THE ABEL FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Nebraska Book Company (NEBCO), funds projects in Nebraska, primarily in Lincoln and Lancaster County as well as in communities where NEBCO and its affiliated companies have operations. Grants are awarded in the following areas: health and human services, education, civic/community, and the environment. [More...]

THE ABELL FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to open the doors of opportunity to the disenfranchised, knowing that no community can succeed and thrive if those who live on the margins are not included. It focuses its grantmaking on serving the needs of the disadvantaged in the Baltimore community and the state of Maryland. [More...]

THE ABLE TRUST

The Trust believes that when people with disabilities want to work, they should. The Trustís grantmaking is focused on vocational rehabilitation and providing Floridians with disabilities fair employment opportunities through fundraising, grants programs, public awareness, and education. [More...]

THE ACHELIS AND BODMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, formed in 2015 from two separate foundations, focuses its grantmaking on six program areas: arts and culture, education, employment, health, public policy, and youth and families. Arts and culture grants are generally targeted toward New York Cityís most prominent cultural institutions, with an emphasis on those most likely to promote and sustain traditional concepts of artistic excellence. [More...]

THE ACHELIS AND BODMAN FOUNDATIONS

The Foundations award grants over six program areas -- arts and culture, education, employment, health, public policy, and youth and family. Arts and culture grants support New York City organizations that promote and sustain traditional concepts of artistic excellence. [More...]

THE ACKERMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations located in Central Indiana as well as several national medical research institutions. Indiana grants are awarded to the stateís cultural institutions and organizations benefiting health and human services, community development, and education. [More...]

THE AGNES M. LINDSAY TRUST

The Trust, established in 1939, focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: recreation/camp scholarships, health and welfare, dental health, education/scholarships for colleges and universities. Under Recreation/Camp Scholarships the Trust funds camp scholarships/summer enrichment programs for needy children from rural and urban areas. [More...]

THE AHMANSON FOUNDATION

Developed with money from the H.F. Ahmanson who created Home Savings of America, at one time the nationís largest savings and loan association, the Foundation serves Los Angeles County funding cultural projects in the arts and humanities, education at all levels, health care, programs related to homelessness and underserved populations, as well as a wide range of human services. [More...]

THE ALEXANDER AND MARGARET STEWART TRUST

The Trust supports programs and organizations researching, treating, and preventing cancer and pediatric illnesses. Grants are awarded to organizations, primarily in Washington, D.C., that provide care or treatment of economically deprived D.C. [More...]

THE ALLEN HILLES FUND

The Fund provides financial support in the areas of childrenís education, womenís issues, economic development in disadvantaged communities, and activities of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). The Fund supports both specific programs and general operations. [More...]

THE ANIMAL ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to make Colorado the model state for animals to live with people. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following: companion animal spay/neuter, animal sheltering including sheltering for companion animals and equines, prevention of animal cruelty, and other initiatives demonstrating innovation or high impact. [More...]

THE BAHL FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded in 2003, is dedicated to advancing the health and well-being of children around the world through education, health, faith, and the arts. Founded by Tracy Bahl as the philanthropic arm of The Bahl Group, a diverse array of companies focused on a distinct market or purpose including heath care services consulting, health care investment, film and media production, thoroughbred horse racing, and philanthropic giving. [More...]

THE BALL BROTHERS FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the glass manufacturing Company. The Foundationís grants focus on six broad subject areas: Education (higher education, public and private education); Arts, Culture & Humanities (cultural activities and institutions); Human Services (including youth services); Public/Society Benefit (community benefit); Health (including school and community wellness, youth development, and recreation), and Environment (including conservation and land management). [More...]

THE BARKER WELFARE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to make grants to qualified charitable organizations whose initiatives improve the quality of life, with an emphasis on strengthening youth and families and to reflect the philosophy of Catherine Baker Hickox, the founder. Consideration will be given to applications from institutions and agencies operating in the field of health, welfare, education, cultural activities, and civic affairs, primarily serving New York City (the five boroughs only) and Michigan City, Ind. [More...]

THE BARRY L. AND PAULA M. DOWNING FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to partner with organizations that share the simple value of helping others, especially those who are less fortunate or unable to help themselves. The Foundation supports programs that impact the quality of life for a community or a significant number of community members on a lasting basis, focusing specifically on projects that lead to self-sufficiency and future success. [More...]

THE BEEZ FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides support for pediatric brain cancer research projects and related support activities for pediatric patients in cancer hospitals. In addition to supporting research, the Foundation also awards grants for patient services that are focused on making the lives of children with cancer and their families a little easier, and for educational programs to raise the awareness of brain cancer and increase knowledge of patient treatment or options. [More...]

THE BERNARD F. AND ALVA B. GIMBEL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís current funding interests are economic development, education, civil legal services, criminal justice, reproductive rights, and the environment. Economic development grants are aimed at increasing the number of living wage jobs in New York City and ensuring low-income workersí access to those jobs. [More...]

THE BEVERIDGE FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation preserves and enhances the quality of life by embracing and perpetuating Frank Stanley Beveridgeís philanthropic vision primarily in Hampden and Hampshire Counties, Massachusetts. Beveridge was the founder of Stanley Home Products. [More...]

THE BILL HEALY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded by Cameron Healy in memory of his father who envisioned and created a ski resort on Mt. Bachelor in Oregon, is committed to responsible grant making through thoughtful choices. [More...]

THE BOETTCHER FOUNDATION

The Foundation earmarks its grants for organizations that assist, encourage, and promote the residents of Colorado. The Foundation awards grants in four giving categories: arts and culture, community and social service, education, and healthcare. [More...]

THE BOSTON BRUINS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to assist charitable organizations that demonstrate a strong commitment to enhancing the quality of life for children in the community. All groups seeking funding must be nonprofit, be focused on improving the lives of children in New England, and not be connected with religious or political entities. [More...]

THE BOTHIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations providing direct services to disadvantaged children, youth and families, the elderly and disabled in San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, and San Mateo counties. The Foundation also supports environmental and arts organizations that serve youth. [More...]

THE BOWER FOUNDATION

The generous legacy of John D. Bower, M.D., the Foundation is committed to the promotion of fundamental improvements in the health status of all Mississippians through the creation, expansion, and support of quality healthcare initiatives. [More...]

THE BRAINERD FOUNDATION

The Foundation protects the environment of the Northwest and builds broad citizen support for conservation. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, British Columbia, and the Yukon Territory. [More...]

THE BULLITT FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to protect, restore, and maintain the natural physical environment of the Pacific Northwest for present and future generations. Organizations that serve Washington, Oregon, Idaho, western Montana (including the Rocky Mountain range), coastal Alaska (from Cook Inlet to the Canadian border), and British Columbia are eligible to apply. [More...]

THE CALIFORNIA WELLNESS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Responsive Grantmaking Program seeks to balance a Foundation-directed approach with responses to unsolicited letters of interest. This approach allows the Foundation to respond to changing circumstances within the nonprofit sector. [More...]

THE CARLILIAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established by Charles W. Carl Jr. [More...]

THE CAROL ANN AND RALPH V. HAILE JR. US BANK FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created by the late CEO of Peoples Liberty Bank and Trust Company and his wife. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life for residents in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky areas. [More...]

THE CHAMIZA FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1989 with the intention of supporting programs that would help insure the cultural continuity of Pueblo tribes. Priority is given to programs that support and help sustain tribal life and traditions and those that also encourage innovative change. [More...]

THE CHAMPLAIN FOUNDATIONS

The Foundations are three foundations founded by three siblings who grew up in Rhode Island. Their focus is to fund nonprofits in Rhode Island that will have the greatest impact on the broadest possible segment of the population. [More...]

THE CHAMPLIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds nonprofits in Rhode Island that will have the greatest impact on the broadest possible segment of the population. Grants are awarded in the following areas: hospitals/healthcare; youth and fitness; education; public school competitive grants; open spaces, conservation, parks, and the environment; social services; arts and culture; libraries; and historic preservation. [More...]

THE CHAPMAN TRUSTS

Created by an Oklahoma independent oil and gas producer, the Chapman Trusts are comprised of the H.A. and Mary K. [More...]

THE CHARLES HAYDEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to promote the mental, moral, and physical development of children and youth ages five to eighteen in the metropolitan area of New York and the city of Boston. Metropolitan New York is defined, for the Foundationís purposes, as New York City and, in New Jersey, primarily the city of Newark. [More...]

THE CHARLOTTE MARTIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to enriching the lives of youth (ages 6-18) in the areas of athletics, culture, and education as well as preserving and protecting wildlife and habitat. Education grants support active involvement in education that creates cultural experiences while participation in athletic endeavors shapes a lifetime of learning. [More...]

THE CHASE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 2006 to help serve the community of Artesia and the nonprofit organizations within Southeastern New Mexico and West Texas. Grants are awarded in the following areas: Education (pre-school through grade 12), higher education, substance abuse programs, domestic violence programs, community enhancement programs, charity infrastructure, youth initiative programs, and emergency and critical human services. [More...]

THE CLARENCE E. HELLER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to protect and improve the quality of life through the support of programs in the environment, human health, education, and the arts. Priorities for the environment and health grants include promoting the long-term good health and viability of communities and regions. [More...]

THE CLEVELAND H. DODGE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created in 1917 by an official of the Phelps Dodge corporation, a leading copper mining corporation. The Foundation supports institutions which help underprivileged youth build good moral character and sound values, those that demonstrate a visible and effective effort toward reversing global overpopulation, and those supported by both the Foundation and his descendants that continue to perform effective services. [More...]

THE CLOROX COMPANY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking primarily on organizations located in the Companyís headquarters community of Oakland, Calif. Funding is targeted at two areas: education/youth development and culture/civic programs. [More...]

THE COCKRELL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís goal is to provide financial support for charitable organizations primarily in the Houston, Texas area in support of education, youth activities, health care and medical research, and cultural institutions. Preference is given to the University of Texas at Austin where the Foundation supports scholarships and professorial and academic chairs. [More...]

THE COLLINS FOUNDATION

The Foundation endeavors to serve people throughout Oregon. Grantmaking focuses on arts and humanities, children and youth, community welfare, education, environment, health and science, and religion. [More...]

THE CONAGRA FOODS FOUNDATION

As the philanthropic arm of the food Corporation, the Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life in communities where its employees live and work. Funding is awarded in the following areas: arts and culture; civic and community betterment; education; health and human services; and hunger, nutrition, and food safety. [More...]

THE COOPER FOUNDATION

The Foundation considers proposals in five program areas: arts, education, the environment, human services, and the humanities. Highest priority is given to organizations based in and serving Lincoln and Lancaster County, Nebraska. [More...]

THE COPPER BEECH FOUNDATION

The family Foundation was established in 2001 in New Jersey. It focuses its grantmaking on deserving organizations, which work to improve the quality of life for all people through education, social services, and the arts. [More...]

THE CREATIVE WORK FUND

The Fund, a program of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund supported by grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the James Irvine Foundation invites artists and nonprofits to create new art works through collaborations. It celebrates the role of artists as problem-solvers and the making of art as a profound contribution to intellectual inquiry and to the strengthening of communities. [More...]

THE CSX CORPORATION

The Corporationís Contributions Program supports nonprofits serving the communities where the rail company is located. The communities are primarily located in the East, South, and Midwest areas of the United States. [More...]

THE DAMMANN FUND

The Fund is committed to using its resources for the support of qualified charitable organizations operating programs in New York City, Southwestern Connecticut, and Charlottesville, Virginia, with a focus in any one or more of two areas: mental health and teen parenthood. Mental health grants support programs that foster independent living for the mentally ill. [More...]

THE DANIELS FUND

The Fund focuses its grantmaking on aging, alcoholism and substance abuse, amateur sports, disabilities, education, the homeless and disadvantaged, and youth development. Aging grants fund in-home services, community engagement, and end of life/palliative care. [More...]

THE DAPHNE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, through its grantmaking, seeks to confront the causes and concerns of poverty in the five boroughs of New York City. The Foundation has a particular interest in grassroots and emerging organizations engaging their members in the creation and implementation of long-term solutions to intractable social problems. [More...]

THE DAVID, HELEN, AND MARIAN WOODWARD FUND

The Fund, administered by Wells Fargo Bank N.A., focuses its grantmaking primarily on nonprofits in Georgia. The Fundís mission is ďto make this a better world for those who come after us.Ē Trustees are directed to distribute income and principle exclusively to or for the benefit of nonprofit institutions, corporations, and associations that are located in Georgia or one of the neighboring states. [More...]

THE DEAN AND MARGARET LESHER FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on programs and projects serving the citizens of Contra Costa County in California. Grants are awarded in three program areas: educational support for young people, a commitment to the visual and performing arts essential to a vibrant and healthy community, and support for a wide variety of programs to nurture children and families. [More...]

THE DELUXE CORPORATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Corporation, which provides a wide range of products, services, and networking for small businesses, financial institutions, and personal check consumers. It focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: investing in tomorrow through education; strengthening communities through prevention and intervention; enriching communities through the arts; and United Way. [More...]

THE DONALD B. AND DOROTHY L. STABLER FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1966 exclusively for charitable, religious, scientific, literary, or educational purposes. The Foundation makes grants to educational institutions, specifically parochial or church-related school and nonprofit hospitals. [More...]

THE DREYER'S FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the ice cream company. Funding falls into two categories: large grants over $3,000 and small grants ($3,000 and under). [More...]

THE EDITH GLICK SHOOLMAN CHILDRENíS FOUNDATION

The Foundation believes that a childís destiny is shaped by its early experiences. In an ideal world, every child, regardless of economic or social status, would enter school prepared intellectually and emotionally to take full advantage of the educational opportunities available to it. [More...]

THE EIDE BAILLY RESOURCEFULLNESS AWARD

The Award, given by a top 25 CPA firm, recognizes nonprofits headquartered in Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota and Utah that have created impactful initiatives to generate sustainable streams of revenue. Applications will be evaluated based on the following: sustainability, creativity, implementation, and impact. [More...]

THE EISNER FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic effort of the former Disney chairman and CEO Michael Eisner and his family, seeks to give back to the community that has given the Eisner family great opportunity. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: children, education, older adults and health care. [More...]

THE ELIZABETH MORSE CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust awards grants to qualifying public charities that persuasively demonstrate a strong connection between their missions, programs, and/or projects and one or more of the Trustís five values. The Trust supports programs or projects promoting ďTHISSĒ Ė thrift, humility, industry, self-sacrifice, and/or self-sufficiency. [More...]

THE ELIZABETH MORSE GENIUS CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trustís mission is to support organizations that encourage the principles of individual self-reliance, self sacrifice, thrift, industry, and humility. These organizations should relieve human suffering through scientific research and education regarding disease, assist youth with troubled childhoods and emotional disorders, care for the elderly, and help during the time of natural and ďhuman-madeĒ disasters. [More...]

THE ETHEL & W. GEORGE KENNEDY FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking principally on childrenís issues including education, physical therapy/health, counseling/rehabilitation, and welfare. The Foundation is also interested in funding organizations with general community interests that provide or support, directly or indirectly, medical/health care assistance, clothing/food and shelter, and the arts. [More...]

THE ETHEL S. ABBOTT CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation strives to give a helping hand to those nonprofits that are trying to make a difference in peopleís lives. Grants have been made in the following areas: education, the arts, the environment, programs that serve disadvantaged children, human services, sports, and wellness programs. [More...]

THE FAN FOX AND LESLIE R. SAMUELS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís core mission is to support performing arts organizations in the New York City, principally, but not exclusively, in the borough of Manhattan. The Foundation supports major dance, music, and theatre companies of national or international importance. [More...]

THE FARRELL FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation was formed in 2001 from a gift from Dr. Peter C. [More...]

THE FIELDS POND FOUNDATION

The Foundation emphasizes care for the environment in its grantmaking. The Foundationís directors believe that conserving special places in the environment and providing public access to those conservation areas is a desirable end in itself, but itís also a means of building public support for future land and river conservation. [More...]

THE FORD FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports nonprofits that enhance rural communities throughout the state of Oregon and in Siskiyou County, Calif. Rural is defined as communities with populations of 30,000 or less and not adjacent to or part of an urban area. [More...]

THE FORDHAM STREET FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports efforts to close the gap in academic achievement between advantaged and disadvantaged youth primarily in the state of Washington. The Foundation seeks to fund effective nonprofits committed to giving all children access to innovative strategies and experiences that lead to improved academic performance and personal success. [More...]

THE FOSTER FOUNDATION

The Foundationís objective is to improve the quality of life in the Pacific Northwest (Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska, and Oregon). Areas of funding interest include human welfare; education; medical research, treatment, and care; and arts and culture. [More...]

THE FREMONT GROUP

The Group is a private investment firm with assets under management across a broad array of asset classes. The Group is committed to supporting the community by being responsible and responsive citizens. [More...]

THE FROST FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to address human service needs, environmental and education programs in New Mexico and Louisiana. Its grantmaking is focused on programs and projects that can generate positive change beyond traditional boundaries, those that encourage creativity to recognize emerging needs, and to assist innovation, which addresses current urgent problems. [More...]

THE GELVIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports a broad range of nonprofits, causes, and undertakings. Grants are made in four primary fields of interest: family and community service, health care, education, and cultural/arts. [More...]

THE GEORGE B. STORER FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a legacy of its namesake, George B. Storer, who was a pioneer in the field of radio and television broadcasting. [More...]

THE GEORGE F. AND SYBIL H. FULLER FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants largely in support of institutions in the Worcester, MA area. Grants are awarded in the areas of culture (area museums and arts institutions); education (area colleges); healthcare (hospital and support agencies); social services (recreation and youth development); and religious institutions. [More...]

THE GEORGE S. AND DOLORES DORE ECCLES FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to serving the people of the state of Utah by carrying forth the philanthropic interests and goals of its founders. The Foundation supports projects and programs that have the potential to make a significant difference in bettering Utahís communities and enriching the quality of life of its citizens. [More...]

THE GILES W. AND ELISE G. MEAD FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations dedicated to preserving and improving the environment, the advancement of medical science, and other important social needs. Environmental grants emphasize fisheries, forestry, and the sustainable use of natural resources in Western North America. [More...]

THE GLADYS BROOKS FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports the intellectual, moral, and physical welfare of people by establishing and supporting nonprofit libraries, educational institutions, hospitals, and clinics. Grants are awarded to organizations located Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Vermont. [More...]

THE GLADYS KRIEBLE DELMAS FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on humanistic inquiry and artistic creativity. It seeks to encourage excellence in scholarship, in the performing arts and in research libraries and other institutions, which transmit our cultural heritage. [More...]

THE GOLDEN LEAF FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to supporting projects that bolster North Carolinaís long-term economy, especially in tobacco-dependent, economically distressed, and/or rural communities. The Foundation has two programs open to grant seekers. [More...]

THE GOLDSMITH FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on support of students in the Baltimore City Public School System. Particular interest is given to innovative and effective programming within individual schools and by offering public school students access, through their schools, to the cultural and scientific institutions of Baltimore. [More...]

THE GOODMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation invests in nonprofits that improve the quality of life in the San Francisco Bay and Portland, Oregon areas. The Foundationís grantmaking primarily focuses on arts and culture, education, environment, and health and human services. [More...]

THE GRACE AND FRANKLIN BERNSEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created to provide grants in support of charitable, educational, literary, religious, or scientific purposes or for the prevention of cruelty to children. By policy, the Foundation limits grants to nonprofits in Tulsa, Oklahoma. [More...]

THE GREEN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, formed from the estate of the pioneer of the leveraged buyout industry, awards grants in the arts, education, and human services to Los Angeles-based organizations. Arts grants support institutions that focus on arts outreach and education. [More...]

THE HALL-PERRINE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Linn County (Cedar Rapids), Iowa, by responding to changing social, economic, and cultural needs. Founded by the president and chairman of the Amana Companies, grants must be for projects that benefit the Linn County community in the areas of arts, higher education, social services, community funds, and health care. [More...]

THE HANDSEL FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on nonprofits in the states of Oregon and Washington that are working to end companion animal cruelty and neglect. Grants are awarded to nonprofits with effective plans to reduce animal suffering through targeted spray-neuter programs to address companion animal overpopulation. [More...]

THE HARRY SUDAKOFF FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created by a builder/developer from New York City who relocated to Sarasota, FL in the early 1960s. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: arts, community, education for children and youth, environment, human services for families and seniors, and science. [More...]

THE HARVEST FOUNDATION

This family Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the areas of social services and education. Social services grants support the work of community social service agencies. [More...]

THE HECKSCHER FOUNDATION FOR CHILDREN

Founded in 1921 to promote the welfare of children primarily in New York City, the Foundation funds organizations serving youth in the areas of education, family services, job training, health, arts, and recreation. Education and academic support is targeted toward superior public, private, parochial, and alternative schools as well as those that prepare students for success as they transition from one school or academic level to another. [More...]

THE HEINEMAN FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH, EDUCATION, CHARITABLE AND SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES

The Foundation, established in 1948 by Dannie and Hettie Heineman, provides seed money to start-up projects and new projects within existing organizations. Priority is given to programs that enable economically challenged women to enter and remain in the workplace; environmental research that will help prevent, reduce, and/or eliminate water degradation; live music performance for education and outreach; research into prevention/treatment of childhood illness. [More...]

THE HERBERT W. HOOVER FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the legacy of the creator of the Hoover vacuum cleaner, focuses its grantmaking on three areas: community, education, and environment. The Foundation prefers to take a leadership role in funding unique opportunities that provide solutions to issues related to the community, education, and the environment. [More...]

THE HIGHMARK FOUNDATION

As the philanthropic arm of Highmark, Inc., an independent licensee of Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, the Foundationís principal purpose is to support programs aimed at improving community health in the Companyís 49-county service area of Pennsylvania. Grantmaking targets four key areas of health care: chronic disease, communicable disease, family health, and service delivery systems. [More...]

THE HISTORIC RESTORATION FUND

Connecticutís State Historic Preservation Office offers matching, reimbursement Historic Restoration Fund grants to Connecticut municipalities and nonprofits. The grants must be used for the restoration, rehabilitation, stabilization, archaeological investigation or acquisition of the stateís historic resources listed on the State or National Registers of Historic Places. [More...]

THE HOGLUND FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary focus is to promote interests and entities in education, health science and services, social services, and childrenís health and development. Education grants enhance the learning process of individuals through classroom and teacher support. [More...]

THE HORACE A. KIMBALL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking focuses on a broad range of causes including homeless shelters to environmental concerns and from health centers to volunteer fire and ambulance corps. The Foundation makes grants almost exclusively to Rhode Island charities or those benefitting Rhode Island residents and causes. [More...]

THE HORACE AND AMY HAGEDORN FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports more than 400 organizations on Long Island and nationwide since its inception in 1993. Horace Hagedorn was the creator of Miracle-Gro and after the merger between Miracle-Gro and the Scotts Company, he left his share of the proceeds to the Foundation. [More...]

THE HORIZON FOUNDATION FOR NEW JERSEY

The Foundation was launched by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey in honor of the insurance Companyís 70th anniversary. It focuses its grantmaking on health and the arts. [More...]

THE HUGH AND JANE FERGUSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded in 1987, is a family foundation that supports nonprofits in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. The Foundationís funding priorities are dedicated to the preservation and restoration of nature, including wildlife and their required habitats. [More...]

THE HYDE AND WATSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation targets its grantmaking toward programs and projects in the following areas: education, social services, arts, health, religion, and the humanities. It supports capital projects such as hard costs related to purchase or relocation of facilities and/or building improvements, purchase of capital equipment, limited medical research, and other one-time capital needs. [More...]

THE IRENE E. AND GEORGE A. DAVIS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to support the development of Hampden County (MA) children, you, and families, by insuring they have the opportunities and supports needed to achieve their full potential. Priority is given to programs that strengthen the capacity of individuals, families, and organizations in the county through strengthening the quality of education for children and youth, and ensuring the well-being of at-risk children, youth, and families. [More...]

THE J.E. AND L.E. MABEE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís goal is to assist Christian religious organizations, charitable organizations, institutions of higher learning, hospitals, and other organizations of a general charitable nature. It focuses its grantmaking on organizations located in the states of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. [More...]

THE J.R. ALBERT FOUNDATION

The Foundation is interested in promoting healthy living and wellness. Founded in 2007, it provides support to nonprofits in the Midwest United States whose purpose is to provide nutrition, fitness, and wellness education and opportunities, particularly in economically disadvantaged populations. [More...]

THE JACKSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established by Mrs. Charles Samuel Jackson, the wife of the founder of the daily newspaper, The Oregon Journal. [More...]

THE JAMES F. AND MARION L. MILLER FOUNDATION

The Foundation works to enhance the quality of life of Oregonians by supporting the arts and K-12 education. Education grants focus on project or capacity building efforts to strengthen student proficiency and produce measurable results. [More...]

THE JOHN F. NAGEL FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded by a businessman who made his fortune in the soda business. The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on three areas: basic needs, education, and youth programs. [More...]

THE JOHN M. DROGOSZ YOUTH SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION/TREATMENT MEMORIAL FUND

The Fund supports educational, prevention, and/or substance abuse treatment programs focused on helping youth age 21 or younger in Freeport, Ill. Applicants must be nonprofits, and the programs or activities for which they seek support must focus on substance abuse education, prevention, or treatment for youth ages 21 or younger in Stephenson, Jo Davies, or Carroll counties. [More...]

THE JOHN S. DUNN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was formed by a Houston business leader who used much of his personal wealth to improve the quality of life in Houston, Texas. The Foundationís current grant focus is on supporting healthcare clinics for the underserved, mental health programs, medical research, and healthcare education. [More...]

THE JOHN T. GORMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation advances ideas and opportunities that can improve the lives of the disadvantaged people in Maine. The Foundation has special interest in strengthening families and helping communities provide them with the supports and opportunities they need to thrive. [More...]

THE JOSEPH AND VERA LONG FOUNDATION

The Foundation, which was formed by a merger of the JM Long Foundation and the Vera M. Long Foundation, supports qualified nonprofits involved with conservation, education, and healthcare in the communities of Northern California and Hawaii. [More...]

THE JOSEPH BRUNO CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to building community and improving peopleís lives by supporting organizations and providing leadership that responds to challenges and creates positive change. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on religious, educational, health, arts and other nonprofits in the greater Birmingham, Ala., area. [More...]

THE JOYCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports the development of policies that both improve the quality of life for people in the Great Lakes and serve as models for the rest of the country. The Foundationís grantmaking supports research into Great Lakes protection and restoration, energy efficiency, teacher quality and early reading, workforce development, gun violence prevention, diverse art for diverse audiences, and a strong, thriving democracy. [More...]

THE JUBILATION FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to help individuals and organizations with an exceptional talent for helping young people in Washington and Oregon feel alive through rhythm as expressed in music and dance. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on nonprofit music and dance organizations for ongoing skill building, working with children under 18 (the younger the better), teaming experts and non-experts, working toward synchrony and inclusion, overcoming barriers related to race and class, building community, linking diverse groups and creating a ripple effect, involving mentor, and/or creating foot-stomping public performances in a party-like atmosphere. [More...]

THE KARL KIRCHGESSNER FOUNDATION

The Foundation prioritizes its grantmaking on nonprofits located in the Southern California area, which are actively engaged in providing services in the field of vision. It emphasizes support for economically disadvantaged people, especially the young, the elderly, and the disabled. [More...]

THE KENNETH T. AND EILEEN L. NORRIS FOUNDATION

This family Foundation supports programs that advance better health and intellectual enlightenment through education, cultivation of the arts, individual responsibility, freedom, and dignity. Most of the grants are awarded to organizations located in Southern California. [More...]

THE KERR FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations, programs, and institutions that provide new or enhanced opportunities, particularly for youth, primarily in Oklahoma although it will fund programs in Arkansas, Grants have been awarded in the following areas: education, arts and culture, health, and human services. The Foundation awards capital, operating, and program grants. [More...]

THE KETTERING FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded in 1956 and supports a broad range of charitable activities of interest to the Board of Trustees, which is composed of members of the Kettering Family. The Foundation considers grant requests in the following areas: arts, culture, and humanities; education, environment, health and medical, human services, and public society/benefit. [More...]

THE KETTERING FUND

The Fund was founded by Charles F. Kettering, a renowned inventor, businessman, and philanthropist who created the first automatic starter for automobiles. [More...]

THE KINSMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to encourage the enjoyment of life through traditional Oregonian and American values such as challenging abusive power; respect for personal creativity, skill, effort and accomplishment; freethinking; dedication to individual justice, and appreciation of the natural world. Grants are awarded in two categories: historic preservation and native wildlife rehabilitation and appreciation. [More...]

THE KITTY M. PERKINS FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded by the wife of the developer of Kool-Aid, focuses its grantmaking on charities that help sustain the rural community. The Foundationís purpose is to provide charitable gifts to worthy tax-exempt organizations involving religious, charitable, scientific, literary, artistic, or educational purposes. [More...]

THE KROGER FOUNDATION

The Foundation has a long tradition of working to make communities where it has a presence to be better places. The Foundation exists for the betterment of the people and communities where the grocery store Company operates. [More...]

THE LARSON FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Larson Manufacturing Company, which is the nationís leading manufacturer of storm doors and storm windows. The Foundation seeks to share its good fortune with the people of South Dakota. [More...]

THE LAURA JANE MUSSER FUND

The Foundation wants to encourage collaborative and participatory efforts among citizens in rural communities that will help to strengthen their towns and regions in a number of civic areas including, but not limited to, economic development, business preservation, arts and humanities, public space improvements, and education. Priority is placed on projects that bring together a broad range of community members and institutions; provide the opportunity for diverse community members to work together; and contain measurable short term outcomes within the first 12 to 18 months. [More...]

THE LAUREL FOUNDATION

The Foundation, established in 1951 by Cordelia S. May, continues her philanthropic vision, which reflects her Pittsburgh heritage and her desire to preserve and promote the regionís culture, environment, and history. [More...]

THE LAZAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to funding innovative and strategic projects that protect the environment in the Pacific Northwest including Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on projects that conserve large, biologically significant, terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems; the preservation of biological diversity; projects that broaden the environmental movement; and projects that strengthen the capacity of the environmental movementís ability to communicate itís message. [More...]

THE LEARY FIREFIGHTERS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to bridge the gap in public funding so that firefighters have the best available equipment and training to meet the extraordinary challenges of a very dangerous job. The Foundationís Jeremiah Lucey grant program named in honor of a firefighter who perished in a catastrophic fire in Worcester, Mass., provides financial support for the training and equipment needs of uniformed firefighters in board designated geographic areas. [More...]

THE LENFEST FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded in 2000, focuses its grantmaking on improving the lives of children and youth. Grants are awarded to support three critical transitions: early learning, middle school out-of-school time programming, and career pathways. [More...]

THE LIBRA FOUNDATION

Created by Elizabeth Noyce in 1989, the private Foundation strives for innovative ways to enrich the state of Maine, empower communities, and enhance the quality of life for all Maine citizens. As its name implies, the Foundation embraces the sense of proportion and fairness and attempts to maintain a balance of diversity of giving throughout Maine and across all populations. [More...]

THE LIGHTFOOT FOUNDATION

The Foundation sole mission is to help people. Grants are awarded in the following areas: education, environment, and housing. [More...]

THE LILLIS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary mission is to impact individual lives by assisting youth and adults in reaching their full potential. Grantmaking is focused on education and currently, the primary focus of the Foundationís activities is in Colorado. [More...]

THE LILY AUCHINCLOSS FOUNDATION

The Foundation concentrates its grantmaking on enhancing the quality of life in New York City. Its funding interests include contemporary visual art, preservation, and community programs, which serve to enrich the lives of the people of New York City. [More...]

THE LONGWOOD FOUNDATION

The Foundation, formed in 1937 by Pierre S. duPont, has made grants to nonprofits located in or benefiting people and the communities of Delaware and southern Chester County, Penn. [More...]

THE LOUIS AND HAROLD PRICE FOUNDATION

The Foundation, funded with money from an ice cream supply business famous for its promotion of the Popsicle, has traditionally focused its grantmaking on innovative and creative programs primarily in the areas of education, health, and human services. Of particular interest is the area of entrepreneurial studies conducted at colleges and universities and which are funded through the Foundationís dedicated grantmaking program, the Price Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies. [More...]

THE LOUIS CALDER FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks background letters from charter and parochial schools, charter management corporations, and community-based organizations for initiatives to develop comprehensive content based on core curriculum programs. Grants are earmarked for projects and programs to improve academic content by providing a coherent, sequenced, content-based curriculum during the regular and extended school day hours as well as during the summer. [More...]

THE LOWELL BERRY FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations dedicated to strengthening the leadership of the local Christian church ministry. It is also committed to serving the local community by providing a safety net for those in need while focusing on organizations that effectively shape lives and build tomorrowís leaders. [More...]

THE LUBRIZOL FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the specialty chemicals Corporation and a Berkshire Hathaway company. The Foundationís mission is to complement and support the interests, values, and vision of the Corporation by awarding financial support to educational institutions and charitable organizations in communities primarily within the United States where the Corporation operates major facilities. [More...]

THE LYNCH FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by Fidelity Investments CEO Peter Lynch and his wife, Carolyn, provides assistance primarily to programs in Massachusetts with an emphasis on education; culture and historic preservation; healthcare and medical research; and religious and educational efforts of the Roman Catholic Church. The Foundation views its philanthropy as making an investment in the organization. [More...]

THE MACAULEY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a family giving vehicle developed by the founders of AmeriCares Foundation, a disaster and medical relief organization. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on homeless and food programs as well as programs to help children, the elderly, and others less fortunate in the U.S. [More...]

THE MAGIC JOHNSON FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports community-based nonprofits that serve the health needs of the residents of inner-city areas in Northern and Southern California, Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Houston, and Washington DC. The Foundation is particularly interested in supporting community-based HIV/AIDS programs that have a broad impact on underserved, urban neighborhoods. [More...]

THE MALONE FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to promote positive changes in the lives of people, who in turn can build and enhance the communities in which they live. The Foundation supports initiatives that improve the quality of education, the motivation, and the self-esteem of students from pre-kindergarten through higher education. [More...]

THE MARION I. AND HENRY J. KNOTT FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a Catholic family foundation committed to honoring the foundersí legacy of generosity to strengthen the Baltimore area community. The Foundation provides funds in five areas of interests with a focus on Catholic organizations, education, and nonprofit leadership. [More...]

THE MARTIN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation believes that strong communities are a reflection of strong families. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting faith-based programs that build family values sand align with the familyís respect for human lives. [More...]

THE MARY A. CROCKER TRUST

The Trust was established in 1889 by four children of Mary Crocker, which makes it the oldest family foundation west of the Mississippi. Funds came from her husband, one of four people involved in creating the Pacific Railroad. [More...]

THE MARY MORTON PARSONS FOUNDATION

The Foundation welcomes proposals for permanent, capital projects from nonprofits involved in arts and culture, civic and community needs, education, environment and ecology, historic preservation, and social services and welfare. Organizations located in and around Richmond, Va., receive the Foundationís highest priority. [More...]

THE MAYER & MORRIS KAPLAN FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created as a manifestation of commitment to ďTzedakah,Ē a Jewish concept of helping others and encouraging justice, makes grants in three areas: education, environment, and reproductive health. Formed with proceeds from the sale of the Sealy Mattress Company, the Foundation focuses its education funding on the city of Chicago and in parts of California. [More...]

THE MCCUNE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to improve the community and enhance the quality of life for its citizens. Founded by Charles L. [More...]

THE MEADOWS FOUNDATION

The Foundation strives to help the people of Texas improve the quality and circumstances of life for themselves and future generations. Grantmaking priority targets three areas: conservation of the natural environment; improving the educational outcomes of Texas children in grades K-12; and mental health services. [More...]

THE MOODY'S FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Moodyís Corporation, the parent company of Moodyís Investors Services. The Corporation provides credit ratings and research covering debt instruments and securities. [More...]

THE MOUNTAINEERS FOUNDATION

The Foundation promotes the study of the mountains, forests, and streams of the Pacific Northwest, and contributes to preserving its natural beauty and ecological integrity. The Foundation supports research about the natural environment, direct educational programs and materials related to environmental preservation, seed or pilot studies that can be continued with funding from other sources, and selected capital improvement projects. [More...]

THE NEW YORK COMMUNITY TRUST

The Trust primarily makes grants to organizations located in the five boroughs of New York City. Grants are focused on four topic areas: children, youth and families; community development and the environment; arts, education and human justice; and health and people with special needs. [More...]

THE NISSAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports innovative programs that break down societal barriers and build inclusive communities through education and outreach. Grants have been awarded to promote cultural diversity across a variety of arts, education, social, and public programs in communities located around the Companyís affiliate locations of Southern California, Middle Tennessee, Central Mississippi, Dallas/Fort Worth, Detroit, New York, and Atlanta. [More...]

THE NORCLIFFE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís purpose is to improve the quality of life of all people in the Puget Sound area of Washington State. It provides grants in the areas of health, education, social services, civic improvement, religion, culture and the arts, environment, historic preservation, and youth programs. [More...]

THE NORMAN RAAB FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports educational programs, the biological and environmental sciences and human service organizations that value innovation and create measurable change in their local communities. Education grants support a wide spectrum of educational initiatives with target populations from early childhood through adult learners. [More...]

THE PACIFICSOURCE FOUNDATION FOR HEALTH IMPROVEMENT

The Foundation provides resources and funds for the health and welfare of underserved and vulnerable populations, with an emphasis on children and youth. It assists organizations working to improve health status and meet the healthcare needs in the communities that the Company, PacificSource Health Plans serves in Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. [More...]

THE PEACOCK FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to enhance and promote the good health and well being of children, families, and underprivileged individuals in Southeast Florida. The Board is committed to the founderís philosophies regarding the importance of strong values and moral character, of achieving self-sufficiency and in turn, helping others, and of being fiscally responsible stewards of philanthropic funds. [More...]

THE PETER AND CARMEN LUCIA BUCK FOUNDATION

Established in 1999 as a private family foundation, its focus is on enhancing the quality of life in its communities in New York, Connecticut, Puerto Rico and Brazil. The Foundation supports organizations in eight sectors: community services, Danbury (CT) area projects, education, land conservation, domestic medical care, global medical care, selected projects, and discretionary. [More...]

THE PETER AND ELIZABETH C. TOWER FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports community programming that helps children, adolescents, and young adults affected by substance use disorders, learning disabilities, mental illness, and intellectual disabilities achieve their full potential. The Foundation also awards grants in capacity building and healthy communities to make a societal impact. [More...]

THE PETER KIEWIT FOUNDATION

The Foundation engages in activities and applies its resources guided by the founderís ideals and the following principles: seek the greatest impact, support community-driven solutions, foster collaboration, take action, commit to outcomes, and learn and improve. The Foundation pursues its mission through three impact areas: Youth Pathways to Success, Economic Growth and Opportunities, and Strong and Vibrant Communities. [More...]

THE PHIL HARDIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created from the estate of the owner of Hardin Bakeries Corporation. The Foundation seeks to help make the Meridian/Lauderdale County educational infrastructure at every level, including after-school programs and enrichment opportunities, a statewide model; support and initiate efforts at the state level to improve student achievement in Mississippi public schools through enhanced literacy, teacher quality, early learning, at-risk intervention, and accelerated learning; and be a catalyst for the exchange of ideas, the sharing of best practices and the building of consensus on education policy in Mississippi. [More...]

THE PHILIP L. GRAHAM FOUNDATION

The Foundation is named for the late publisher of The Washington Post. The Fundís mission is to use its money to better the Washington D.C. [More...]

THE PINKERTON FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1966 by Robert Allan Pinkerton, the chairman and CEO of Pinkertonís, what was the nationís oldest and largest security company. The Foundation supports community-based programs for children, youth, and families in economically disadvantaged areas in New York City. [More...]

THE PIRATES CHARITIES

The baseball Organizationís Fields for Kids Program provides financial support to improve youth baseball and/or softball facilities via matching grants to nonprofit organizations and local government units that operate baseball and/or softball programs. Eligible projects include the upgrading of essential field components such as new sod, infield, fencing, dugouts, and irrigation systems; upgrades to the overall facility to include lights, bleachers, batting cages, scoreboards, and concession stands. [More...]

THE PRIDDY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in the areas of human services, education, the arts, and health. Itís dedicated to the support of programs, which offer significant potential for individual development and community improvement. [More...]

THE PRINCE CHARITABLE TRUSTS

The Trusts, established in 1947 from the bequests of Frederick Henry Prince and his wife, Abbie Norman Prince, operate as a family foundation with giving programs in Chicago, the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, and the state of Rhode Island. [More...]

THE QUIMBY FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation was formed in 2004 by Roxanne Quimby, an entrepreneur, environmentalist, and philanthropist, with the vision to advance wilderness values and to increase access to the arts throughout Maine. The Foundationís mission is to encourage vibrant sustainable Maine communities by promoting health and wellbeing, advancing opportunities for outdoor recreation, protecting and restoring our environment, and supporting local access to the arts for all Maine people. [More...]

THE R.A. HUNT FOUNDATION

The Foundation was created by the late president of Alcoa who created a charitable giving vehicle to improve the quality of life in the areas in which the Company, Hunt, and his descendants live and work. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: Community Development, the Environment, and Youth Violence Prevention. [More...]

THE R.J. MCELROY TRUST

The Trust supports programs, projects, or endeavors that help young people. The Trust provides operating support, program, and capital grants. [More...]

THE RAIKES FOUNDATION

The Foundation provides opportunities and support during adolescence to help young people become healthy, contributing adults. Grants are focused on two areas: Building Tenacity in Early Adolescents (ages 10-14) and Improving Youth Program Quality. [More...]

THE RALPH M. PARSONS FOUNDATION

The Foundation strives to support and facilitate the work of Los Angeles Countyís best nonprofit organizations recognizing that many of those in need today will go on to shape the future of Southern California, to define it, redefine it, and help it set and achieve new goals. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on four broad areas: social impact, civic and cultural programs, health, and higher education. [More...]

THE RAUCH FOUNDATION

This family Foundation supports innovative and effective programs designed to give disadvantaged children a better start in life; improve the natural environment in Maryland and Long Island; and build management skills and foster leadership in the nonprofit and civic sectors. Priority is given to programs that promote positive outcomes for young children, ages newborn to six, with particular focus on those with a disadvantaged socio-economic start. [More...]

THE REES-JONES FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to provide support and funding for programs that will help improve in tangible ways the quality of life and life circumstances of the people it serves. The Foundation funds a range of critical need areas that are important to bringing wholeness to the lives of people and developing strong communities in North Texas. [More...]

THE RESER FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports Oregon nonprofits that benefit the residents of the state. Grants are awarded in one of four areas: education, health, the arts, and the environment. [More...]

THE RICHARD AND SUSAN SMITH FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life in Greater Boston. It focuses its grantmaking on support for the communityís healthcare institutions and research aimed at combating specific diseases; increasing educational and developmental opportunities both in and out of school, with an emphasis on low-income youth; alleviating chronic poverty; and enriching the cultural life in the community. [More...]

THE RICHARD E. AND DEBORAH L. TARRANT FOUNDATION

The Foundation works to create opportunity, help meet basic needs, and improve the lives of people in Vermont. Grants are awarded to nonprofits that work in the following categories: Youth: Resilience and Aspiration; Working Age Adults: Employment and Financial Independence; Seniors: Comfort and Dignity in Aging and Communities: Local Resources and Investments. [More...]

THE RICHARD H. DRIEHAUS FOUNDATION

The Foundation, in conjunction with the John D. and Catherine T. [More...]

THE RICHARD KING MELLON FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by the former president and chairman of Mellon Bank, focuses its grantmaking on economic development in Southwest Pennsylvania as well as promoting economic health in rural areas, leveraging the economic impact of regional health care, education, and cultural assets, and committing to the natural environment across the United States. Human services grants support broad scale system reform, nonprofit capacity building, and after-school programs. [More...]

THE RICHARD P. KIMMEL AND LAURINE KIMMEL CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on five areas: education, art, agriculture, human services, and humanities. Education grants fund programs of broad impact in art, agriculture, and business. [More...]

THE RITE-AID FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the drugstore Company. Its mission is to help people in the communities the Company serves lead happier, healthier lives. [More...]

THE ROSENBERG FOUNDATION

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 stateís economic, social, and political life. [More...]

THE ROY AND IDA EAGLE FOUNDATION

Recognizing that the family is the fundamental unit of society and that a community can be no stronger than its families, the Foundationís purpose is to seek out and provide funding to charitable organizations that provide services to encourage and strengthen the family unit. It also awards grants to organizations that provide care and protection for domestic animals and indigenous wildlife. [More...]

THE RUTH ST. JOHN AND JOHN DUNHAM WEST FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to humanitarian, educational, cultural, and civic and public organizations in the Manitowoc, Wisconsin area. Founded by the CEO of the Manitowoc Shipbuilding Company and his wife, the Foundation will not make grants for political organizations or political purposes; churches or organizations whose primary purpose is religion; undergraduate parochial, public, or private schools; institutions of higher learning; or for projects proposed or supported by veteranís organizations, social organizations, or fraternal organization. [More...]

THE SAMAR FUND

The Fund, at the Vermont Community Foundation, accepts applications for projects or organizations that serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) community or support HIV/AIDS services or prevention at the grassroots level. Non-LGBTQ-identified organizations are encouraged to seek support for projects that directly serve Vermontís LGBTQ community. [More...]

THE SAMPLE FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking philosophy is to promote broad philanthropic objectives through grants and investments in the areas of health, social welfare, and services to the disadvantaged in Montana or Collier County, Florida. In most instances, the grants are for capital outlays. [More...]

THE SANDHILL FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: alleviating poverty, preserving and protecting the environment, and capital needs. The Foundation strongly favors approaches to strengthening families and preserving the environment that work at pivotal inflection points when the greatest opportunity for transformational change exists. [More...]

THE SBC FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the communications company, supports projects and programs in education (programs that develop a highly skilled technical workforce), community development (especially technology integration and education), health and human services (primarily through United Way), and arts and culture (especially projects that integrate technology into the arts experience). The Foundation concentrates its funding in the states where SBC has a substantial business presence: Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wisconsin. [More...]

THE SCOULAR FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the century-old, employee-owned agricultural marketing company, believes in giving back to its communities and thus supports organizations and projects that have a visible impact on the communities. Grants are awarded in the following categories: children and youth, education, social service, public health, and arts and culture. [More...]

THE SHELLEY AND DONALD RUBIN FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on the areas of arts and culture, health and human services, and civil liberty and social justice. The Foundationís mission is to support innovative efforts that make social organizations and institutions more effective and more responsive to a broad range of human needs. [More...]

THE SHERWOOD FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to improving child and family welfare through community investments in the following areas: public education, human services, and social justice. Formerly the Susan A. [More...]

THE SIA FOUNDATION

The Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Subaru of Indiana, is committed to making capital gifts to qualifying organizations, institutions, or entities within the state of Indiana that will improve the quality of life and help meet the needs of the Buckeye stateís residents. Grants are awarded in the following areas: arts and culture, education, and health and welfare. [More...]

THE SIMON C. FIREMAN CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation believes in giving back to the community, locally, nationally, and throughout the world. Its top priority is to give back to the community in which the Foundation staff live, work, and associate. [More...]

THE SKILLMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to providing resources to improve the lives of children in metropolitan Detroit by improving their homes, schools, and neighborhoods. The Foundation awards grants in six investment areas: education, safety, social innovation, neighborhoods, community leadership, and youth development. [More...]

THE SKYLARK FOUNDATION

The Foundation is committed to encouraging innovation, striving for social justice, and supporting diversity. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on organizations or projects that translate the values into strategically designed and executed activities. [More...]

THE SNYDER FOUNDATION FOR ANIMALS

The Foundation is committed to a respect for all life, both animal and human. It supports organizations that have demonstrated commitment to promoting the welfare of animals through various programs including low-cost spay/neuter programs for pets of low-income families; programs to subsidize pet ownership for senior citizens; wildlife support and rehabilitation; and statewide training for animal protection professionals. [More...]

THE STEELE-REESE FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on addressing the unique challenges of rural living and helping people build healthy, successful and sustainable communities. Grants are awarded in rural education, rural human/social services, rural conservation and preservation, rural health, and rural arts and humanities projects. [More...]

THE STEPHEN AND TABITHA KING FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by horror writer Stephen King and his wife, Tabitha, focuses on strengthening and supporting communities throughout the state of Maine. It draws upon the values and spirituality of the founders. [More...]

THE STUART FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to the protection, education, and development of children and youth. Grants are awarded to programs that work toward ensuring that all children grow up in caring families, learn in vibrant and effective schools, and have opportunities to become productive members of their communities. [More...]

THE SUNDERLAND FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports nonprofits in Arkansas, western Iowa, Kansas, western Missouri, and Nebraska and to a less extent in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah, and Montana. The Foundationís areas of interest include higher education, human services, arts and culture, and health care and hospitals. [More...]

THE SUSAN G. KOMEN BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION

The Foundation has designated up to $1 million in support of efforts to rebuild nonprofits and providers of breast health and breast cancer care in areas affected by Hurricane Katrina and to help organizations maintain the continuum of patient services in communities responding to the needs of displaced populations. The Foundation has two types of grants available: rebuilding grants and patient services grants. [More...]

THE THOMAS AND JEANNE ELMEZZI PRIVATE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was formed by the former worldwide head of production for Pepsi-Cola and his wife. The Foundation is committed to funding charitable organizations that support the New York City neighborhoods of Astoria and Long Island City through programs in education, youth development, support for the elderly and medical research. [More...]

THE THOMAS D. BUCKLEY TRUST

The Trust supports nonprofits that deal with education, religion, or community-oriented programs that occur and are based mainly in the Western Panhandle of Nebraska and in extreme Northeast Colorado. The Trust does not award grants to individuals or provide them to lobby legislation or influence public elections. [More...]

THE THOMAS W. BRIGGS FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports organizations whose initiatives and programs have broad and transformative impact on the city of Memphis, Tenn., and its constituencies. These initiatives and programs should elevate educational achievement and socioeconomic advancement as well as promote pride in the Memphis community. [More...]

THE TIMOTHY AND BERNADETTE MARQUEZ FOUNDATION

The Foundation changes lives by improving educational opportunities as well as increasing access to, and options for, health care and human services for those that are underserved and/or underrepresented. The Foundation awards grants in the areas of education, healthcare, and human services. [More...]

THE TUCKER FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to provide financial support to nonprofits with the intent to produce the character and skills in young people that are required to live a productive and happy life. The Foundation also supports organizations that conserve essential elements of the natural environment. [More...]

THE TULL FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded by J.M. Tull, a successful Atlanta businessman and owner of the Tull Metal Company. [More...]

THE VICTORIA S. AND BRADLEY L. GEIST FOUNDATION

The Foundationís mission is to support foster children, their caregivers, and transitioning foster youth. Preference is given to projects that will increase the capacity of the organization, the program, or the system in the community to deliver quality services to specific clientele. [More...]

THE VIRGINA W. KETTERING FOUNDATION

The Foundation, one of the Kettering Families Foundations grantmaking entities, focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: arts, culture, and humanities, education, environment, health/medical, human services, and public/society benefit. The Foundation supports charitable activities within eight counties in Ohio Ė Montgomery, Greene, Clark, Miami, Darke, Preble, Butler, and Warren Ė as well as Kettering University, the Cincinnati Zoo, and the Sloan-Kettering Institute. [More...]

THE W.W. SMITH CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust, a private foundation established by William Wikoff Smith, is focused on areas involving basic needs for food, clothing, and shelter; supplementing higher education scholarship programs; and basic medical research primarily in heart disease, cancer, and AIDS. Food, clothing, and shelter grants are awarded to recipients under age 18 (including needy families with dependent children) or the elderly age 60 or above. [More...]

THE WALLACE ALEXANDER GERBODE FOUNDATION

The Gerbode Foundation, in conjunction with the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, is awarding grants for the creation and production of major new contemporary plays by young California playwrights. The new works, created by California playwrights of great promise who are age 35 or younger at the time of the application, will be commissioned and premiered by Bay Area performing arts organizations. [More...]

THE WEBBER FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation funds sustainable projects in education. In Austin and central Texas, Washington D.C., and the surrounding Maryland/Virginia area. [More...]

THE WELLMARK FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to improve the health of residents in Iowa, South Dakota, and their communities. Current funding priorities focus on prevention in two specific areas: childhood obesity prevention and community-based wellness and prevention. [More...]

THE WHITAKER FOUNDATION

The Foundation makes grants in support of the arts and urban parks in the St. Louis, Mo., metropolitan area. [More...]

THE WHITEHORSE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established in 1990 as a supporting organization of The Seattle Foundation. The Foundationís mission is to fund organizations working to improve the quality of life for residents of Snohomish County, Washington. [More...]

THE WHITTENBERGER FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports activities only in the state of Idaho. Priority is given to innovative and enriching projects which significantly improve the quality of life for children and young people. [More...]

THE WICK KENNEY FUND

The Fund, a component of the Kenney Brothers Foundation, provides support to nonprofits that work to protect and restore watersheds in the western United States. Basically, the Fund is interested in keeping western rivers flowing with ample volumes of clean water. [More...]

THE WILLIAM G. GILMORE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is a private, independent foundation created from the estate of the late William G. Gilmore, the CEO of Gilmore Steel Corporation. [More...]

THE WILLIAM G. MCGOWAN CHARITABLE FUND

The Fund was created by William G. McGowan, one of the recipients of a heart transplant. [More...]

THE WILLIAM J. AND DOROTHY K. OíNEILL FOUNDATION

The Foundation, founded in 1987, has as its vision, strong communities where families thrive. It seeks to partner with nonprofits to improve the quality of life for families and communities in places where OíNeill family members live. [More...]

THE WILLIAM PENN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life in the Greater Philadelphia region through efforts that close the achievement gap for low-income children, ensure a sustainable environment, foster creativity that enhances civic life, and advance philanthropy in the Philadelphia region. The Foundation has had a longstanding commitment to youth, the environment, and arts and culture. [More...]

THE WILLIS W. AND ETHEL M. CLARK FOUNDATION

The Foundation was incorporated in 1953 by the founders of the California Test Bureau. In 2002, the Foundation established its $10,000 annual ďInvestment in CommunityĒ Fellowship to help keep outstanding graduate students in the community. [More...]

THE WINDHOVER FOUNDATION

Founded by the owners of a Wisconsin-headquartered printing Company, the Foundation is committed to building strong communities in the places where Company members live and work. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on Organizations that are dedicated to meeting a pressing, unfilled social need such as womenís centers, hospices, libraries, arts centers, playgrounds, parks, food pantries, and more. [More...]

THE WOLCOTT FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in the areas of social change and environmental stewardship. Grants are awarded for projects that emphasize environmental preservation, advocacy, and community involvement that are aimed at root causes of societal problems. [More...]

THOMAS C. AND SANDRA S. SULLIVAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation, a component fund of the Catholic Community Foundation, is accepting applications from Cleveland-area Catholic and other nonprofits whose focus is on providing aid to the poor and needy as well as educational opportunities to people who would otherwise not be able to participate. Operating and program grants will be awarded to organizations that serve the poor and needy. [More...]

THOMAS J. LONG FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created with funding from the founder of Longs Drug Store chain, provides support to organizations located in the state of Hawaii as well as those located in the Northern California counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma. Grants are awarded to projects and programs in arts and culture, education, conservation, health, and human services. [More...]

THORNBURG FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Thornburg Investment Management. It invests in enduring solutions to help solve problems affecting people and our planet. [More...]

TIGER WOODS FOUNDATION

As the philanthropic organization set up by pro golfer, Tiger Woods, the Foundation focuses its grantmaking on providing opportunities for underserved youth, ages 8 to 18. Providing access to critical development programs is a Foundation priority. [More...]

TJX COMPANIES

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the TJX Companies, which includes discount retailers T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods, and A.J. [More...]

TOCKER FOUNDATION

The Foundation, created by the president of the Outdoor Advertising Association of America and his wife, focuses its grantmaking on rural libraries that serve populations of 12,000 or less in Texas. Examples of funded projects include collection development, furniture and shelving, programming, equipment, digitization projects, and library automation. [More...]

TOM AND FRANCES LEACH FOUNDATION

This family Foundation supports programs and projects in the arts and humanities, education, human services, medical sciences and health, and the social sciences. Requests for funds must be made annually prior to June 30. [More...]

TUFTS HEALTH PLAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles and the delivery of quality health care throughout the state of Massachusetts. Particular interest is given to community-based programs and activities that, within the Foundationís mission, improve health and welfare in Massachusetts communities. [More...]

TULL CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation was founded with money from a metal and supply company in the Southeast United States. The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on charitable organizations based in the state of Georgia. [More...]

TURRELL FUND

The Fund was founded in 1935 with an emphasis on supporting youth, with a special focus on the needy youngster. Grants are awarded to organizations which provide or foster the creation and delivery of quality developmental and educational services to at-risk children, especially the youngest and their families, in Vermont and, primarily in the New Jersey counties of Essex, Hudson, Passaic, and Union. [More...]

U.S. AIRWAYS CORPORATE GIVING PROGRAM

The Program invests in charitable organizations and initiatives that enhance the quality of life in the airlineís hub and focus cities of Charlotte, Philadelphia, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C. The Program invests in nonprofit arts and culture organizations, human services, and education organizations that effect sustainable change and result in healthy, vibrant communities. [More...]

U.S. BANK FOUNDATION

The Foundation seeks to build strong partnerships and lasting value in operating communities by supporting organizations that improve the educational and economic opportunities of low- and moderate-income individuals and families. Also of interest are organizations that enhance the cultural and artistic life of the communities where employees live and work. [More...]

U.S. CELLULAR

The Companyís corporate giving program, Connecting with Our Communities, seeks programs serving disadvantaged youth, families, and seniors, and attempts to connect them with opportunities for a better life. The Program serves cities and regions with large concentrations of the Companyís associates and customers in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. [More...]

UMPQUA BANK CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the financial services Company. It was formed in 2014 to demonstrate the Companyís deep commitment to the communities it serves in California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. [More...]

UNION BANK FOUNDATION

The objective behind the Foundation and the bankís charitable contributions program is to strategically fund community and regional initiatives that will position the Foundation as an innovator of partnerships and as a grantmaker intent on helping to create and sustain healthy communities. The Bank has pledged 2 percent of its net profits annually to charitable contributions. [More...]

UNION PACIFIC FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the Union Pacific Railroad. While a significant portion of the Foundationís giving is set aside for the signature giving program, The Principalsí Partnership, the Foundation has set aside a limited amount of funds through an annual grant application process for which organizations located in Company communities may apply. [More...]

UNITEDHEALTH GROUP/PACIFICARE

The two healthcare Organizations announced the funding of $25 million in new grants over the next three years to benefit healthcare consumers and improve the delivery of healthcare services in California. The new grants were part of PacifiCare/UnitedHealth Groupís commitments to California when UnitedHealth Group acquired PacifiCare. [More...]

UNUMPROVIDENT

The insurance Companyís charitable giving is earmarked for the communities in which the Company has offices. Funding is focused on disability, public education, health and wellness, and arts and culture. [More...]

USG FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the charitable arm of U.S. Gypsum Company, the manufacturer of building materials for construction and remodeling. [More...]

VAL A. AND EDITH D. GREEN FOUNDATION, INC.

The Foundationís mission is to provide grants to tax-exempt charitable and public organizations serving Utah with emphasis on those placed along the Wasatch Front. Grants are provided to assist in health care, medical research, education, and community projects serving the community at large. [More...]

VALENTINE FOUNDATION

The Foundation advocates for social change on behalf of women and girls through responsible grantmaking. The Foundation is committed to identifying and nurturing organizations and initiatives that empower women and girls and achieve tangible results required for sustainable social change. [More...]

VARIETY THE CHILDRENíS CHARITY OF NEW YORK

The Organization supports grassroots nonprofits in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut whose programs use the arts as a catalyst to transform the lives of children in underserved communities. The Organization believes that the arts have the power to create new opportunities, build self-confidence, and ultimately change the lives of children it serves. [More...]

VERA BRADLEY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the womenís accessories Company. The Companyís primary corporate cause is breast cancer research and it supports the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer Research Laboratories at the Melvin and Bren Simon Cancer Center in Indianapolis. [More...]

VICTORIA S. AND BRADLEY L. GEIST FOUNDATION

The Foundation, a component fund of the Hawaii Community Foundation, is accepting applications for projects designed to increase nonprofitsí capacity to deliver quality services for foster children and their families in Hawaii. Grants will be awarded to support projects that address a range of capacity-building efforts, including governance and leadership, strategic relationships, evaluation and impact, resource development, international operations and management, program design and evaluation, executive and key staff transitions, and staff training. [More...]

VIOLA W. BERNARD FOUNDATION

The Foundationís primary funding interest is the interplay between social conditions and the psychological health of children and families. Grants are generally limited to projects or programs for children and young people with a mental health component. [More...]

VIRGINA NURSERYMENíS HORTICULTURAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION

As the philanthropic arm of the Virginia Nursery & Landscape Association, the Foundation is seeking proposals for original research related to the growth, cultivation, harvest, diseases, or pests of plants of horticultural interest. Grants are also awarded for best management practices for nurseries and garden centers; installation/maintenance topics; water recycling/conservation, and new equipment technologies. [More...]

VIRGINIA G. PIPER CHARITABLE TRUST

The Trust is accepting applications for its Piper Fellows program, which provides sabbaticals for nonprofit executives in Maricopa County, Arizona. The Fellows Program awards grants of up to $30,000 to outstanding senior executives of nonprofits serving Maricopa County to support their professional development, including study and travel. [More...]

VNA FOUNDATION

The Visiting Nurse Association Foundation supports home- and community-based health care and health services for the medically underserved in Cook, Lake, McHenry, DuPage, Kane, and Will counties in Illinois, with a focus on Chicago. The Foundation awards capital, program, and operating grants to home health care services; community and school-based services; primary care and chronic disease management; and health promotions. [More...]

W. GLEN BOYD FOUNDATION

Women and children are of particular interest to the Foundation. Programs that make a significant difference in empowering women and children to improve the quality of their lives and/or that eliminate barriers that prevent success for them are of interest. [More...]

W.T. GRANT FOUNDATION

The Foundation has launched its Youth Service Improvement grant program. Grants will support activities in the New York metropolitan area to improve the quality of services for youth between the ages of 8 and 25. [More...]

WACHOVIA BANK

The Bankís Neighborhood Planning Grants support the development of resident-driven neighborhood plans that take comprehensive approaches to realization. The grants support direct expenses that are essential to the planning process. [More...]

WALGREEN COMPANY

The Companyís grantmaking is focused primarily on nonhospital-based health agencies. Health is the Companyís major area of interest and the major share of its annual contributions budget is allocated to programs that address the health needs of its customers. [More...]

WALGREENS CHARITABLE DONATIONS PROGRAM

The retail Company supports nonprofits in local Walgreens communities throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Grants are awarded to organizations that focus on access, outreach, and education geared toward health in their communities; pharmacy education programs and mentoring initiatives; civic and community outreach; and emergency and disaster relief. [More...]

WALGREENS COMPANY

The Company awards grants to organizations in company-operating locations in its areas of interest. Funding is earmarked for programs in non-hospital based health agencies, education, one-on-one tutorial programs in inner city neighborhoods where the Company has stores, community and social service agencies that serve areas where there is a significant Company presence. [More...]

WALLACE ALEXANDER GERBODE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is interested in funding programs and projects offering potential for significant impact. It focuses its grantmaking on the following areas: arts and culture, environment, reproductive rights and health, citizen participation/building communities/inclusiveness, strength of the philanthropic process and the nonprofit sector, and Foundation-initiated special projects. [More...]

WASHINGTON GAS

The Corporationís charitable giving program supports nonprofits in the communities the company serves in the Washington DC metropolitan area, primarily the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. The Foundation focuses its giving on programs and projects in education, the environment, and health. [More...]

WATSON-BROWN FOUNDATION

The Foundation awards grants to qualifying organizations that have an abiding interest in the history and culture of the South. Grants are awarded for museum and archive support, preservation, educational programming, research, and books. [More...]

WEINGART FOUNDATION

The Foundation targets its funding to organizations serving children and youth, the aged, the disabled, the homeless, the sick, the poor, or otherwise disadvantaged. Some grantmaking is targeted at projects that benefit the general community. [More...]

WELLPOINT FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the independent licensee of the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Company. It invests in domestic initiatives that help improve the lives of people and the health of our communities. [More...]

WESTLY FOUNDATION

The Foundation believes that investment in our children and youth paves the way for success in the future. The Foundation supports initiatives, ideas, and programs that enrich the lives of children in California. [More...]

WEYERHAEUSER GIVING FUND

The Fund is dedicated to enriching the qualify of life in company communities and fostering the understanding that sustainable working forests meet important human needs. Grants are provided to nonprofits that serve a community within a 50-mile radius of a major Weyerhaeuser facility in the United States and Canada. [More...]

WHALE TAIL

The Program is an initiative of the California Coastal Commission. It distributes funds from sales o the Whale Tail Coastal Protection License Plate and from donations to the ďProtect Our Coast and Oceans FundĒ listed on the California state tax form. [More...]

WHALE TAIL GRANTS PROGRAM

The Grants program distributes funds from sales of the Whale Tail license plate to support programs that teach Californiaís children and the general public to value and take action to improve the health of the stateís marine and coastal resources. Also eligible for the grants are the Adopt-a-Beach program as well as other beach maintenance and coastal habitat restoration projects that have an educational component. [More...]

WHITEMAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation works with nonprofits primarily in Maricopa County, Arizona, but will entertain highly solution-oriented nonprofits anywhere in Arizona. The aim of the Foundation is to confront many of the root causes of societal issues such as high crime rates, teenage pregnancy and drug abuse by focusing on a childís health and education from the womb to 60 months after birth. [More...]

WICK KENNEY FUND

The Fund, a component of the Kenney Brothers Foundation, focuses its grantmaking on the protection and restoration of watersheds in the Western United States. The Fundís priority is to keep Western river flowing with abundant volumes of clean water. [More...]

WILBURFORCE FOUNDATION

The Foundation directs its funding toward environmental issues in the Western United States and Western Canada. The Foundation has four funding areas: priority regions, conservation science, capacity building, and conservation law and policy. [More...]

WILLARD L. ECCLES CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

The Foundation is dedicated to the health and well being of the land and people of Utah (with a preference to Northern Utah), Idaho, and the Intermountain West. Grants are awarded in the following areas: basic science, education, environment, social science, healthcare for the underserved. [More...]

WILLIAM G. MCGOWAN CHARITABLE FUND

The Fund was established by the developer or MCI, the telephone company. The Fund brings its vision of impacting lives, creating sustainable change, and empowering future generations through three grantmaking programs: health care and medical research, education, and community programs for those most vulnerable. [More...]

WILLIAM J. AND DOROTHY K. OíNEILL FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking committee focuses its funding on the concept of ďfamily,Ē recognizing it as the oldest, most fundamental, most enduring, and most important of all human institutions. The Foundation will also consider requests for capacity building proposals. [More...]

WILLIAM P. WHARTON TRUST

The Trust supports projects that directly promote the conservation, study, and appreciation of nature. Grants are awarded to natural areas preservation, primarily in Massachusetts and New England, including funding acquisitions of land for conservation purposes, management techniques designed to improve environmental quality and species diversity and applied, rather than theoretical or molecular bird and forestry research and management. [More...]

WILLIAM PENN FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking focuses on improving the quality of life in the greater Philadelphia region through efforts that foster rich cultural expression, strengthen childrenís futures, and deepen connections to nature and community. Grants are awarded in the following topic areas: children, youth, and families; environment and communities; and arts and culture. [More...]

WILLIAM T. KEMPER FOUNDATION

The Foundation was established following the death of William T. Kemper, the former president, chairman, and director of the former First National Bank of Independence (Missouri). [More...]

WILLIAMS COMPANIES FOUNDATION

Improving the quality of life in the companiesí operating areas is the Foundationís goal. The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on education, health and human services, arts and humanities, and civic and community. [More...]

WINDHAM FOUNDATION

The Foundation supports nonprofits and public institutions that promote the vitality of Vermontís rural communities. Particular emphasis is given to projects which enhance the unique qualities of Vermontís small town life, support its natural and working landscape, sustain the stateís social, cultural, and natural resources or preserve Vermontís history and traditions while enhancing day-to-day community life. [More...]

WINTHROP ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION

Founded by the former governor of Arkansas, the Foundation works to make a difference by helping to build and sustain the organizations that serve and strengthen Arkansas with an emphasis on closing the economic and educational gaps that leave too many Arkansas families in persistent poverty. The Foundation seeks to improve the lives of Arkansans through three inter-related areas: education, economic development, and economic, racial, and social justice. [More...]

WOLCOTT FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundation focuses its grantmaking in the areas of social change and environmental stewardship with an emphasis on supporting grassroots organizations for which a smaller grant can make a real contribution. Grants are provided to Colorado projects that emphasize environmental preservation, advocacy, and community involvement aimed at root causes of societal problems. [More...]

WOMENíS FOUNDATION OF MINNESOTA

The Foundationís Social Change Fund supports projects that are designed to have a significant impact on societal attitudes and behaviors toward women or girls or that result in systems change. Funding is targeted at five areas: guaranteeing womenís health and reproductive rights, advancing womenís safety and security, creating economic justice for women, expanding womenís political representation, and promoting womenís human rights. [More...]

WOMENíS FUND OF HAWAII

The Fundís mission is to support innovative, grassroots programs that empower women and girls in Hawaii. The Fund provides grants to programs that promote womenís financial security and dignity and girlsí strengths and leadership. [More...]

WOMENíS FUNDING ALLIANCE

The Alliance promotes justice, health, and opportunity by investing in the future of women and girls. It envisions a world where all women and girls are thriving in a just and equitable society and have the resources and opportunities to reach their full potential. [More...]

WOODARD & CURRAN FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the integrated engineering, science, and operations Company. The Foundation is dedicated to making grants that empower local and global solutions for a healthier world. [More...]

XCEL ENERGY FOUNDATION

The Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the electric and natural gas energy company. It supports nonprofits involved in enhancing the quality of life for citizens in the companyís service areas in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin. [More...]

Z. SMITH REYNOLDS FOUNDATION

The Foundationís Nancy Susan Reynolds Award is given annually to three North Carolina citizens for extraordinary leadership. The awards are given in the following categories: advocacy, on the behalf of people, issues, or concerns that otherwise might be without effective voices; personal service, for people helping other people; and race relations, for persons whoíve acted in ways to bring about improvements in multi-culturalism in a community and served as role models of racial understanding and cooperation. [More...]

ZELLERBACH FAMILY FOUNDATION

The Foundationís grantmaking is focused on the San Francisco Bay area. The Foundationís Community Arts Program supports Bay Area artists who are creating new and innovative work thatís representative of the diverse cultures and communities of the region. [More...]



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