EligibilityEligible nonprofit organizations must provide programs or services in Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, or Utah that fit within the Daniels Fund’s funding areas. Organizations with a nation-wide impact should call before applying.
EligibilityThe Charles Hayden Foundation makes contributions only to institutions that serve children and youth ages 5 to 18 from the City of Boston and metropolitan New York. Metropolitan New York is defined as New York City, and, in New Jersey, primarily the city of Newark. Grants are also made to institutions that support youth activities outside these areas when a substantial majority of the youth served comes from within the Foundation's defined geographic catchment areas; must also meet the program requirements.
EligibilityTeachers in public or private K-12 schools in CenturyLink's service area are eligible to apply for a Teachers and Technology grant.
EligibilityThe Bicknell Funddoes not provide grants:
- to individuals,
- to organizations located outside the Cleveland, OH area,
- to fund endowments, or
- for political advocacy.
The Fund does not distribute multi-year pledges.
In addition, the Fund supports only the local chapter of national institutions with broad public support.
Only qualified non-profit organizations, which are classified by the Internal Revenue Code as tax-exempt 501(c)3 organizations, are eligible for funding consideration.
-School Booster Clubs/School Events
-Education Enrichment Programs for students in grades K-12
*Organizations must be 501c3 IRS designated, or an accredited, non-profit educational institution
- Hold current and valid charity status, as determined by your country.
- Acknowledge and agree to the application's required certifications regarding nondiscrimination and donation receipt and use.
- Have a functioning website with substantial content