EligibilityNonprofit organizations with charitable 501(c)(3) status from the
IRS and that are located in Comerica's primary markets in Texas,
Michigan, California, Arizona and Florida.
Eligibility501(c)(3) tax exempt status from IRS and be in Midland, Michigan
and Midland County, but also in greater Michigan. In Ohio, most
grants are given to groups in Cleveland. Grants are also given to
communities where major Dow operations are located.
Mentors must be academic scientists or
investigators who hold an appointment in a natural
department at a college, university, or other qualified
institution in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana or
The investigator also must have an active
program as evidenced by grants and/or publications. His
her institution accepts responsibility for
administration of the award. High school teachers should
qualifications in appropriate disciplines, in
most cases a
baccalaureate degree or the equivalent in
chemistry, physics, or
biology. Applicants must have a high
appointment and be active in classroom
EligibilityBe tax exempt under IRS code 501(c)(3), not be a private
as defined in Section 509(a) of the Code and be
located in or
provide services to a community in which DTE
EligibilityNonprofit organizations and teachers in the Four County Community
Foundation service area, which includes communities of Almont,
Armada, Capac, Dryden, Imlay City, Metamora and Romeo, MI.
Eligibility501 (c) 3 nonprofit organizations and public schools.
EligibilityNonprofit organizations recognized under Section 501(c)(3) of the
IRS Code can apply for grants that support projects that will
benefit residents of Kalazmoo County.
Nonprofit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations, government or
agency (city, county, state, public school district), be
supported charity as defined in IRS Code Section
509(a), and have
total revenues of at least $100,000 for the
preceding fiscal year
(with ability to provide a copy of
financial audit conducted by an
Most of the Foundation's funding goes to work in six
neighborhoods: Brightmoor, Cody Rouge, Chadsey Condon,
Central, Osborn and Southwest Detroit.
EligibilityApplicants must be an IRS approved charitable 501(c)(3) tax
organization (but not a private foundation) or a unit of
based or conducting business or a program in the
identified by ZIP code 9679, have a governing board
have no material conflict or interest and serve
compensation, and by-laws that specify policies that
manner in which business is conducted.
Qualified tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organizations within the
State of Hawaii. The Foundation prefers 100% Board of Director
financial participation, commitment of school principal (if
applicable) and it accepts fiscal sponsors.
If the request for funding supports a program that involves
school or classroom participation, the applying charity must
provide a list of the schools that will be involved in the program
along with a letter of support from the schools' principals or
teachers who have either committed or are interested in the
program. The organization must also provide the Foundation with an
approximate number of students that will be involved and/or
benefiting from the program