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 family’s respect for human lives. Grantmaking is focused on children, education, and health and human services as well as Christianity. Grants for children programs favor those that offer disadvantaged children a ray of hope in the present and for their future. The Foundation invests in programs that develop leadership skills, build self-esteem, and encourage a sense of community. Education grants fund programs that education children and young adults that would otherwise not have an education. The Foundation invests in programs that teach learning fundamentals, life skills, and support the long-term, well being of society. Health and human services grants favor programs that minimize human suffering and improve the living conditions of those who are in transition or crisis. Funding priorities include programs that address the prevention of social and economic issues related to human suffering and address basic human, social, and physical services. Priority is given to programs supporting more than one of the funding areas. Programs must reside in Colorado, Wyoming, and/or Montana, especially the cities of Denver, Casper, and Billings. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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