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Tommy Hilfiger Corporate Foundation
Category: Children, Youth & Families
DescriptionThe Foundation believes that education is the cornerstone for today’s youth. It believes that a stronger emphasis should be placed on exposing youth to experiences in education and career-related opportunities. The Foundation also believes that the physical well-being of today’s youth is at the heart of building a healthy and civil society. It invests in health-related organizations and cultural programs that impact a diverse population of youth. Proposals should target K-12 and colleges students; expose students to career opportunities; develop skills in new technologies; and leverage community involvement. They should also lead to comprehensive systemic change on a regional or national basis; involve collaborative partnerships; demonstrate the capacity to gain continuing support; and have a broad and positive impact on diverse populations including women, minorities, and at-risk students. Health-related requests should center on medical centers/hospitals, health education, and innovative therapy programs. Applicants are advised to submit a 3- to 5-page proposal including a detailed budget (all pages must be numbered). A separate cover letter summarizing the proposal request is also required. Additional information is available on the Web site.
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