EligibilityOver 85 percent of Sprint's community grants provide support within key Sprint employee communities including Kansas City, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Denver, and New York City. The remaining grants are directed through employee matching gifts or through select national programs.
EligibilityThis grant is exclusive to non-profit and K-12 organizations in the seven-county Greater Denver area of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson Counties
EligibilityOrganizations must have a 501(c)(3) and 509 tax exempt certificate verifying qualification as a public charity and be located in Kentucky.
EligibilityIRS-recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations may apply as well as those not-for-profit entities which are not required by law to obtain 501(c)(3) status (governmental agencies, churches and schools). Generally, organizations must be located in Middletown, Franklin, Monroe, Trenton, Lemon Township or Madison Township, although requests from charities outside of this service area may be considered for programs which serve residents of this area.
EligibilityPublic entities and/or 501 (c) (3) organizations in Texas may apply.
The company only makes grants to schools in locations where Lockheed Martin has employees or business interests. Lockheed Martin has facilities in the following U.S. locations: Fort Worth, TX; Marietta, GA; Palmdale, CA; San Antonio, TX; Greenville, SC; Pinellas Park, FL; Meridian, MS; Johnstown, PA; Clarksburg, WV.
Applications are accepted year-round. Evaluations are typically performed quarterly. Some grant applications may not be able to be considered until the next year's budget cycle, particularly those received in the second half of the year.