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Type: State
Deadline: Jul 01, 2017

Eligibility

Qualified tax-exempt 501(c)(3), charitable organizations within the State of Hawaii with the first priority of the Trust being assistance to Kauai organizations or agencies serving that Island. The Trust requires 100% Board of Director financial participation, commitment of school principal (if applicable) and 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.


Type: State
Deadline: Oct 01, 2017

Eligibility

Qualified tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organizations within American Samoa and learning institutions within the state of Hawaii. Program participants must be of whole or part Polynesian blood to whom American Samoa is home. 
Type: State
Deadline: Sep 01, 2017

Eligibility

Qualified tax-exempt 501(c)(3) charitable organizations throughout Hawaii whose programs benefit a sizable number of people, with preference for programs and projects on the Island of Kauai. 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. 
Type: State
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

The TD Charitable Foundation funds only charitable, non-profit organizations as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code, public schools and other qualified local government entities that serve residents of communities within TD Bank's geographical footprint.
Type: State
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Organizations must have tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) under the IRS code and be appropriately recognized by state statutes, laws and regulations that govern tax exempt organizations.

Grants are primarily awarded for programs serving residents in the Florida counties of Broward, Palm Beach and Duval. 
Type: State
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

K-12 schools in Sarasota County. 
Type: State
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Organizations are IRS 501(c)(3) classified. The Foundation focuses its grants in southwestern Pennsylvania, principally in the Pittsburgh area. Unsolicited proposals from outside the region are not accepted. 
Type: State
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Organizations must be classified as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS and as public charities, under Section 509(a) of that code. Individuals and for-profit organizations are not eligible for funding. 

The Foundations education grants serve children in low-income families throughout Philadelphia. Organizations outside of Philadelphia may receive funds in cases where the services provided will improve opportunities for economically disadvantaged children in Philadelphia. 
Type: State
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Applicants must have a valid IRS tax identification number and a current charitable status designation. The Foundation does not consider requests on behalf of individuals, or from outside the United States and does not encourage requests from outside Pennsylvania. Its funds are committed almost exclusively to Southwestern Pennsylvania.
Type: Foundations
Deadline: Rolling

Eligibility

Organizations in Hawaii that are classified by the IRS as 501(c)(3), tax exempt agencies, and not private foundations. Proposals submitted by government entities, such as public and charter schools, will not be considered. However, projects that include a public sector partner are encouraged, as it is recognized that public agencies have responsibilities in these areas and are important partners in developing early childhood programs, particularly at the system level.