The Paul M. Angell Family Foundation

Category

: Environment

Description

Founded by the creator of the ice cream cake roll and the resulting company known as Newly Weds Foods, Inc., The Foundation makes grants in three primary areas: Conservation, Performing Arts, and Social Causes. Conservation grants focus on the world?s oceans and species. The Foundation is interested in site-specific projects designed to improve the health of ocean habitats and to enhance their ability to withstand the challenges of climate change. The Foundation will also supports efforts to fund species protection, particularly regarding the seas apex predators. Eligible projects include research, conservation, and/or restoration. Grants for other types of water conservation efforts may be considered on a limited basis. Performing Arts grants support classical music and theater. Grantee organizations include performers, presenters (including broadcasters), and educators. In the Performing Arts area, the Foundation is considering grants to the Chicago area, mid-Atlantic Region (from Washington D.C. north to Wilmington DE) and the Cleveland area. Grants in the Social Causes area seek to address the root causes of urban poverty and inequality. Priority areas are education, economic empowerment, and equity. The majority of Social Causes grants are focused on the Chicago area. Visit the Web site to learn more and for application instructions.

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