Richard K. And Shirley S. Hemingway Foundation
DescriptionThe 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. Grants are awarded in the following areas: arts and culture, environmental stewardship, and self sufficiency for adults, teens, and children. Arts and culture grants support programs that are designed to broaden access to the arts through increased artistic expression and education in the arts for underserved populations; performances, exhibits, or programs that aim to raise the artistic standards in Utah and Idaho communities, and ongoing educational and curriculum opportunities in the arts for grades K-12. Environmental stewardship grants are considered to organizations and institutions whose goal is to improve the environment. Self sufficiency grants are considered to organizations and programs that help low-income children, teens, and adults overcome obstacles that impeded their progress of moving out of poverty and toward stabilization and self-sufficiency. Only programs that provide services in Utah and Idaho are considered for funding. Additional information including an online application form can be found on the Web site.
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