Preference is given to non-profit and K12 organizations within
the Baltimore and New York City areas.
Grantees must be nonprofit organizations with tax exempt status
under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and organized
and operated for charitable purposes. Organizations with fiscal
sponsors are also eligible to apply.
EligibilityOrganizations must benefit the residents of Minneapolis,
address the Foundation's focus areas, and cover one of the
fundable activities within a focus area in order to be eligible for this grant.
EligibilityThe Foundation will consider both requests for project and
operating support from qualified nonprofit organizations in
southeastern and south central Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey
and northern Delaware.
EligibilityThe Foundation does not make grants directly to individuals and
the charter limits grants to Michigan organizations.
Deadline: May 25, 2018
EligibilityK-12 educators involved in materials, science,
who have developed and/or implemented
hands-on approach for
their students through projects
mathematics, and science
skills for the
stimulating an interest and
awareness of the materials around
EligibilityIn all giving activities, the foundation stresses the achievement
of positive, measurable, clear outcomes. They are also particularly
interested in programs that are prepared to critically evaluate
EligibilityGrants are made only to 501(c) (3) nonprofit organizations and, on
occasion, to governmental agencies. Geographically, funding for our
discretionary grantmaking program is limited to projects that will
significantly improve the lives of people living in Milwaukee,
Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington counties.
All potential grant applicants must review the GCF'sgrant guidelines
as a first step. GCF awards grants to qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations in eight counties: Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren (Ohio); Boone, Kenton and Campbell (Kentucky); and Dearborn (Indiana).
EligibilityThe Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation provide grants primarily within the metropolitan Tulsa area in support of religious, charitable, scientific, literary or educational purposes. To be eligible for consideration by the Foundation, an organization must provide a copy of the determination letter from the Internal Revenue Service indicating that it is a tax exempt organization as described in Section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and is treated as other than a private foundation as within the meaning of Section 509(a) of the Code.
EligibilityThe Connelly Foundation focus on organizations and institutions based in and serving Philadelphia and the counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery in Pennsylvania and the City of Camden in New Jersey.