Glenn W. Bailey Foundation


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Founded by the former chairman and founder of the Fortune 500 Company Bairnco Corporation, a holding company whose purpose was to build investor value by acquiring promising companies, building their management and financial skills, and spinning them off as independent public companies, the Foundation's mission is to foster pathways to success in globally STEM careers for students. The Foundation awards grants to nonprofits operating in and primarily benefiting Connecticut, Florida, New York, and Washington, D.C. The Foundation makes grants for projects and programs that give students and educators more resources for developing and participating in STEM-based, hands-on learning. Grants are also awarded for entrepreneurial programs that teach business, money management, marketing, leadership, strategy, financing, and startup skills; innovative environmental projects that utilize interdisciplinary research to identify and address critical environmental problems with innovative solutions; and projects that contribute to advancements in biomedical research and innovation to accelerate the progress in medical research and drug treatment development for high-mortality, underfunded areas of need. Additional information and application instructions can be found on the Web site.

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