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OPEN DEADLINE GRANTS (alphabetically) A-K

 

 

  • Ford Foundation: Sustainable Development Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support the development of natural resource policies and programs that give poor communities more control over these resources and a stronger voice in decision making on land use and development. It focuses its efforts on poor rural communities, indigenous peoples, ethnic minorities and women, in particular.

 

  • Leveraging the Effectiveness of Networks The Kresge Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support the work of umbrella organizations and human-services networks that are leading efforts to improve members’ effectiveness.

 

  • A Little Hope Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to organizations that provide bereavement support services and grief counseling to children and teens who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or loved one.

 

  • After School Advantage Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support the provision of computer centers for minority and at-risk children.

 

  • Allstate Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Allstate funds nonprofit organizations in three focus areas, which are broken down into specific program goals.  These focus areas include: safe and vital communities, economic empowerment, and tolerance, inclusion, and diversity.  Grant requests must be for single year requests.

 

  • American Honda Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education. Environmental projects, job training, and literacy programs also will be considered.

 

  • American Legacy Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The American Legacy Foundation has given out over $150 million in grants to reduce tobacco use among youth. National and grassroots programs are supported. Community-based efforts and new and better tobacco control programs are encouraged, including Small Innovative Grants and Research Demonstration Projects.

 

  • Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support Higher Education and Scholarship; Scholarly Communications and Information Technology; Art History, Conservation, and Museums; Performing Arts; and Conservation and the Environment.

 

  • Animal Welfare Trust Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Seeks to assist organizations whose work can help alleviate animal suffering and/or raise public consciousness toward giving animals the respect they need and deserve.

 

  • Archer Daniels Midland: ADM Cares

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Archer Daniels Midland ADM Cares program supports safe, responsible, and environmentally sound agricultural practices in critical growing regions in North America, South America, West Africa, and Southeast Asia. The program provides grant support in the following focus areas: health and safety programs for farm workers and children who live on farms, responsible use of agricultural chemicals, sustainable farming practices, and rehabilitation and preservation of environmentally sensitive lands. Online applications may be submitted at any time. Visit the ADM Cares website to learn more about the program.

 

  • Archstone Foundation Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations preparing society for an aging population. Focus on strategic initiatives building upon aging trends, research and program innovation.

 

  • Barnes and Noble Corporate Contributions Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports local and regional nonprofit organizations that focus on literacy, the arts, or education (K-12). Applicants must be located in the communities where company stores are located and should serve the greater good of the local community or region. A plan for promoting the program with Barnes & Noble should be included in the proposal, and the organization must be willing to work with the local store or stores on in-store programming. Barnes and Noble also provides limited support to national nonprofit organizations that focus on the company’s grantmaking priorities. In addition, eligible applicants may apply for support through a literary-based sponsorship program. Does not award grants.

 

  • Build-A-Bear Workshop Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Build-A-Bear Workshop Foundation is committed to improving communities and impacting lives by supporting programs throughout the United States that address the needs of children and families, animals, and the environment. Grants range from $1,000 to $10,000, with an average of $2,500. Build-A-Bear Workshop also provides gift certificate donations to schools and nonprofit organizations that address the company's priorities. Requests for either program may be submitted at any time.

 

  • Build-a-Bear Workshop Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports local animal shelters and stray pet rescue and rehabilitation organizations across the country.  Grants are made quarterly and vary in size from $1,000- $10,000.

 

  • Cameron Foundation Technical Assistance Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Cameron Foundation provides technical assistance grants on a rolling basis to local nonprofits. Up to $15,000 to each applicant is available for use in building the operational effectiveness of the organization.

 

  • CHAMP - Children's Health & Wellness Grant Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports nonprofit organizations that focus on children's issues: childhood disease research foundations, organizations that promote child safety, and charities that serve children with special needs.

 

  • Chatlos Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support bible colleges and seminaries, religious causes, liberal arts colleges, medical concerns, and social concerns.

 

  • Cigna Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support organizations sharing its commitment to enhancing the health of individuals and families and the well-being of their communities.

 

  • Cisco Donation Program at TechSoup

    Deadline: Open

     

    Donations of networking-solutions software to health-service support organizations and organizations that provide education, job training, and literacy support to undeserved populations. This is completely separate from regular Techsoup discounted software programs.

 

  • Coca-Cola Refreshes Communities around the World

    Deadline: Open

     

    Through the Water Stewardship focus, The Coca-Cola Foundation supports access to clean water and sanitation, watershed protection, and other programs, including education and awareness programs that promote water conservation. The Healthy and Active Lifestyles focus supports access to exercise, physical activity, and nutritional education programs. Community Recycling is designed to increase litter abatement efforts, advance recovery and reuse, increase community recycling, and support research and innovation. The Education component supports scholarships, as well as drop-out prevention, access to education, and other initiatives. Interested applicants are invited to apply for support at any time.

 

  • Community Action Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    The RBC Blue Water Project hopes to foster a culture of water stewardship so that people have clean, fresh water today and tomorrow by supporting programs that increase watershed awareness in local communities or engage the community in watershed stewardship.

 

  • CSX Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support community focus areas including safety, environment, wellness and community.

 

  • Development Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Veteranscorp.org provides funding for programs that provide opportunities and resources to veterans interested in business or entrepreneurial endeavors.

 

  • Dorthea Haus Ross Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations offering direct aid to children in need, including ill, orphaned, disabled, injured, abused, or malnourished children, as well as those with limited access to education.

 

  • Educational Foundation of America

    Deadline: Open

     

    Areas of interest include the environment, reproductive freedom, theatre, drug policy reform, democracy, peace and national security issues, education, medicine, and human services.

 

  • Environmental Support Center Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations with a significant portion of its resources devoted to environmental organizing, advocacy, or other forms of community-based activism, or a support group building the capacity of such organizations.

 

  • Equine Fund Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    The ASPCA provides funding to nonprofit equine welfare organizations for capital improvements, emergency grants or education-related grants.  Funds for hay, feed, and medical care are generally restricted to large cruelty seizures or impounds only.

 

  • Farmers’ Market and Local Food Promotion Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support domestic consumption of and access to locally and regionally produced agricultural products, and to develop new market opportunities for farm and ranch operations serving local markets, by developing, improving, expanding, and providing outreach, training, and technical assistance to, OR assisting in the development, improvement, and expansion of: Domestic farmers markets, roadside stands, community-supported agriculture programs, agri-tourism activities and other direct producer-to-consumer market opportunities.

 

  • FedEx Corporate Citizenship

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding in the areas of emergency and disaster relief, child pedestrian safety, and environmental sustainability.

 

  • Fidelity Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to nonprofits that operate in the following areas: Arts and culture, community development and social services, health, and education.

 

  • FINRA Investor Education Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for programs that will  provide underserved Americans with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary for financial success throughout life.

 

  • Flout Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations supporting education, human services, culture, and public/civil affairs.

 

  • Fluor Foundation

        Deadline: Open

 

        Funding to support organizations that provide food, shelter and prevention programs and emergency services.

 

  • Food Lion Charitable Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations that feed the hungry with a focus on eliminating hunger.

 

  • Food Lion Charitable Foundation Education and Hunger Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    This foundation provides support for nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving the communities served by Food Lion stores. The Foundation supports programs that directly support the academic education of children in primary and secondary education as well as programs that provide meals or food to the hungry.

 

  • Ford Foundation Film Initiative

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants to organizations and filmmakers working to create documentaries with a social conscience but lacking the resources to realize their vision or connect with audiences.

 

  • Foundation for Rural Education and Development Technology Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Foundation for Rural Education and Development has announced changes to the eligibility requirements for its Technology Grants for Rural Schools program, created to help meet the growing need for innovative technology in the classroom.

 

  • Freedom of Expression

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support policies that ensure equal access to all media platforms, promote social justice content in media and foster documentary films that explore the social justice issues on which the Foundation focuses.

 

  • General Service Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support efforts that protect, promote, and create good jobs with living wages for workers, including low-wage workers.

 

  • Glasner Progress Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grantmaking in four main areas: Measuring Progress; Animal Advocacy; Independent Media programs; and Global HIV/AIDS.

 

  • Goldman Sachs Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funds innovative educational organizations.  Current foundation priorities are focused on developing the abilities of promising high potential youth, supporting high quality education for young people in leadership, entrepreneurship and business education and enhancing academic performance and prospects for life achievement of students at the secondary school level.

 

  • Google Grants Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    Nonprofit groups can apply to receive at least three months of free advertising on Google’s website to promote their mission.

 

  • Grants.gov

    Deadline: Open

     

    Allows organizations to electronically find and apply for more than $400 BILLION in federal grants.  It is the single access point for over 1,000 grant programs.

 

  • GTECH

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for non-profit community agencies and public schools to provide at-risk children with state-of-the-art computer labs.

 

  • Harry Chapin Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants are focused in three areas: community education programs, arts-in-education programs, and agriculture and environmental programs.

 

  • Health Safety Net Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    VHCF health safety net grants work to increase access to primary care for uninsured Virginians and those who live in areas with limited access to care.  Health safety net funding focuses on projects that address one or more of these priorities: developing or expanding patient capacity, establishing a broader scope of services, creating local systems of care, and strengthening the infrastructure of health safety net providers.

 

  • Help America Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants of up to $10,000 for organizations supporting the poor, underprivileged, and needy as well as homeless Americans, including men, women, children, and veterans.

 

  • Henry E. Niles Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for humanitarian efforts, including faith-based endeavors, that strengthen education, fight economic hardships through self-help opportunities, and enhance public health and sanitation.

  • Hitachi Foundation: Business and Communities Grants Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Hitachi Foundation's grant making strategy is aimed at enhancing opportunity and quality of life for economically isolated people. The focus is on the role of both businesses and communities in addressing economic isolation and strengthening the field of corporate citizenship. Partnerships with nonprofit organizations that enable economically challenged people to retain and advance in their jobs, earn living wages, and accumulate savings and assets are emphasized. Interested organizations may submit an online inquiry to provide information about project ideas at any time.

 

  • ING Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

     Funding to non-profit organizations addressing a variety of community needs and resources with a primary focus on children's education, financial education and physical education.

 

  • Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    General support funding for grassroots organizations promoting environmental justice, sustainable agriculture and food systems, and reproductive rights.

 

  • John Merck Fund

    Deadline: Open

     

    Provides funding in several areas, including developmental disabilities, environment, reproductive health, human rights and job opportunities.  Has a special interest in small organizations and startups in need of funding.

 

  • John Merck Fund

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support four program areas: developmental disabilities, clean energy, environmental health and regional food systems.

 

  • Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports projects that improve medical education, diversity among health care professionals, and benefits to underserved populations.

 

 

  • Kresge Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants of all sizes supporting nonprofits in six fields of interest: arts and culture, community development, education, the environment, health, and human services.

 

  • Kresge Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Kresge Foundation is seeking to fund organizations that make it a priority to improve the lives of disadvantaged individuals and communities. It seeks to expand access and opportunity for individuals and families who are vulnerable and low-income by strengthening human services organizations and promoting new responses to challenges in the sector.

 

  • Louis Calder Foundation

    Deadline: Open

 

 

        Funding targeting the scholastic development of children and youth by                       improving elementary and secondary education through support of charter and       parochial schools.

 

  • Lowes Charitable and Educational Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    One time grants of $5,000 - $25,000 for community improvement and public education projects.

 

  • Luck Stone Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Foundation was established to provide grants to non-profit organizations that contribute to building stronger communities, improving the quality of life for our neighbors, and providing needed services to our youth with a special interest in supporting organizations in the regions where we operate whose programs assist the community in the areas of youth development and education; environmental stewardship, health & safety; and local community development.

 

  • Luck Stone Foundation Youth Development and Education Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support middle school years through higher education in the areas of academic performance, leadership development, and citizenship.

 

  • M. Edward Morris Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to organizations that support the care and protection of animals, preservation of natural resources, and the health and welfare of human beings.

 

  • Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations helping people and places move out of poverty and achieve greater social and economic justice.

 

  • Math Mentoring Programs

    Deadline: Open

     

    Advancing Student Achievement, an initiative of the Actuarial Foundation, provides grants to K-12 schools and groups throughout the United States and Canada for programs that involve actuaries in the teaching of mathematics. The focus is on mentoring programs that bring together actuaries and educators in private and public schools, with an emphasis on grades 4-8. The Foundation can provide a local network of actuaries ready to participate, as well as suggestions on how to integrate math concepts from the workplace into the classroom. Groups applying for grants will be given wide latitude in designing programs that enhance learning and create a "love of math" in each student. Applications may be submitted throughout the year.

 

  • McCormick Veterans Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports nonprofit organizations that assist veterans in overcoming their unique challenges and successfully re-entering life at home and work.

 

  • Mitsubishi Electric America Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to help young Americans with disabilities maximize their potential and participation in society.

 

  • Modest Needs Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants to small nonprofits to help cover program related expenses and demonstrably strengthen that organization's ability to serve its clients and community.

 

  • National Alliance for Accessible Golf

    Deadline: Open

     

     Financial assistance and resources to help make the game of golf more accessible to people with disabilities.  The Alliance is particularly interested in applications that demonstrate focus on inclusion of people with disabilities in programs that involve those without disabilities with the ultimate goal of enhancing their inclusion into the fabric of their community.

 

  • National Anti-Vivisection Society: Sanctuary Fund

    Deadline: Open

     

    The National Anti-Vivisection Society offers the Sanctuary Fund to provide emergency assistance to animals throughout the U.S. in dire situations which call for immediate intervention. The Fund gives secondary consideration to supporting the relocation of animals that have been used in research facilities, roadside zoos, and/or the entertainment industry, as well as exotic pets and animals rescued from slaughterhouses; wildlife rehabilitation; and innovative approaches to alleviate or prevent animal suffering.

 

  • National Fish and Wildlife Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support projects that sustain, restore, and enhance our nation's fish, wildlife, and plants and their habitats.

 

  • National Geographic Conservation Trust

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports conservation activities around the world that contribute significantly to the preservation and sustainable use of the Earth's biological cultural and historical resources.

 

  • National Native Artist Exchange

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports the exchange of artistic skills and knowledge among Native artists, including American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian artists.

 

  • Neighborhood Excellence Initiative

    Deadline: Open

     

    Bank of America is accepting applications in community development and neighborhood revitalization.  The initiative awards grants of up to $200,000 for leadership training and general operating support for nonprofit organizations.

 

  • Norcross Wildlife Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Norcross Wildlife Foundation provides support to local grassroots organizations throughout the United States that work to protect wild land. Priority is given to organizations that have difficulty raising the modest funds they need to do their critical work in the trenches of environmental conservation. Grants averaging $5,000 are primarily provided for program-related office and field equipment, and public education and outreach materials. The Foundation also provides no-interest loans to local organizations to help them acquire land they have prioritized for conservation. 

 

  • One by One

    Deadline: Open

     

    Makes in-kind donations of imprinted goods to deserving organizations.

 

  • Open Society Institute

    Deadline: Open

     

    This Institute has several different grant programs for nonprofits and other groups working on research or programs which are designed to promote social justice, political freedom.  Specific focuses of individual grants range from media policy and academic freedom to reducing reliance on incarceration.

 

  • Pay It Forward Foundation Mini-Grant Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Pay It Forward Foundation was established to inspire students to realize that they can change the world, and to provide them with opportunities to do so. Pay It Forward Mini-Grants are designed to fund one-time service-oriented projects that are identified by youth as activities they would like to perform to benefit their school, neighborhood, or greater community, and that include learning goals for the youth participants. Projects must contain a "pay it forward" focus – that is, they must be based on the concept of one person doing a favor for others, who in turn do favors for others, with the results growing exponentially. Schools, churches, and community youth groups (with an adult sponsor) in the U.S. and Canada may apply for funding. The application deadlines are September 15 and February 15 of each year; however, requests may be submitted at any time. Visit the Foundation's website to download the Mini-Grant guidelines.

 

  • PepsiCo Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Large grants for programs related to education, health and wellness, diversity and inclusion, and thought leadership.

 

  • PETCO Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    The mission of this grantor is to raise the quality of life for pets and people who love and need them. Grants are provided to local nonprofit organizations in communities with PETCO stores throughout the United States. The Foundation dedicates its resources to serving the Four Rs: Reduce (spay/neuter programs), Rescue (adoption programs), Rehabilitate (behavior training programs), Rejoice (humane education programs). Applying organizations receive priority when they enlist their local PETCO store in recommending their programs.

 

  • PNC Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supporting a variety of nonprofit organizations with a special emphasis on those that work to achieve sustainability and touch a diverse population, in particular, those that support early childhood education and/or economic development.

  • Points of Light Foundation's Daily Points of Light Awards

    Deadline: Open

     

    Any individual, organization, group, family, business, or labor union actively engaged in voluntary service benefiting the community or nation can be nominated.

 

  • Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP) focuses its efforts on the empowerment of economically poor and disadvantaged people seeking to change the structures that perpetuate their condition. Supported projects must be presented, owned, and controlled by the groups of people who will directly benefit from them and must address long-term corrections of the conditions that keep people bound by poverty and oppression.

 

  • Princess Grace Awards

    Deadline: Open

     

    Provides funding to recognize the talent of individual artists in theater, dance and film.  Awards are given in the form of scholarships, apprenticeships, and fellowships.  Deadlines vary by category.

 

  • Project AWARE Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Provides grants for the conservation of both freshwater and marine underwater environments, with a focus on coral reefs, shark protection, sustainable fisheries, ecotourism, shoreline cleanups, and aquatic education for children.

 

  • Public Welfare Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support efforts ensuring fundamental rights and opportunities for people in need. Focus on three program areas: Criminal Justice, Juvenile Justice, and Workers’ Rights.

 

  • Rapid Response Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Connect US makes grants to support non-governmental organizations active in policy issues, especially related to US global engagement.  These grants are to serve as a potential source of funding for time-sensitive projects to effect policy change with focuses on climate change, energy policy, nuclear proliferation, human rights and international trade and development.

 

  • Ray C. Anderson Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding of innovative, educational and project-based initiatives that advance the revolution in sustainable production and consumption.

 

  • Ray Solem Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    One-time grants of up to $10,000 for creative solutions to help immigrants in the United States further their verbal English language skills - listening comprehension and oral communications or to help immigrants in other ways.

 

  • Regal Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Energy Foundation is focused on advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy policy. Efforts to reduce carbon emissions from the utility industry; policies to increase the energy efficiency of U.S. homes and businesses; policies that reduce vehicle pollution and oil consumption; U.S. state and regional policies to reduce global-warming pollution; and sustainable energy programs in China. The Foundation is unable to support local projects, unless they have been designed for further replication or have broad regional or national implications.

 

  • Reiman Family Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants for organizations supporting three types of endeavors - education, health care and children's initiatives.

 

  • GK Foundation

        Deadline: Open

 

     Funding available in the broad areas of education, community, and health and          medicine.

 

  • Richard and Mary Morrison Foundation Grant

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for small charitable organizations aiming to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and society in general.

 

  • Rosie's For All Kids Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Priority is given to experienced, community-based programs serving children in low-income, major urban areas. The primary focus of the Foundation’s grant making is on tuition subsidies, small renovations, equipment upgrades, playground construction, and staff development opportunities for early education and care programs.

 

  • Ruby Tuesday Giveback

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funds available through partnerships between Ruby Tuesday restaurants and local nonprofits.

 

  • Safeway Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support nonprofit organizations that have programs that align with its four priority areas: hunger relief, education, health and human services, assisting people with disabilities.

 

  • Save America's Treasures Grant Funding

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants are available for preservation and/or conservation work on nationally significant intellectual and cultural artifacts and historic structures and sites.

 

  • Share Our Strength

    Deadline: Open

     

    Share Our Strength distributes funds throughout the U.S. to organizations that fight childhood hunger. This program helps to ensure that low-income children receive nutritious food during critical times when they are out of school and vulnerable to hunger. Grants for Program Sponsors provide support to organizations that directly sponsor USDA-reimbursed after-school and/or summer meal programs for children. Grants for Advocacy are awarded to increase participation in such programs. Awards for both programs generally range between $1,000 and $10,000.

 

  • Shubert Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support advancing live performing arts in the United States, with a particular emphasis on theater and a secondary focus on dance.

 

  • Sidgmore Family Foundation Open Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for creative and innovative solutions to ensure the health, education, and general well being of children, youth, and young adults so they may achieve their full potential and become responsible, productive members of society.

 

  • Singing for Change

    Deadline: Open

     

    Provides financial support to programs in three primary focus areas: children and families, the environment, and disenfranchised groups.

 

  • Social Justice Grant Fund

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia provide financial support to help those who are poor, oppressed, and marginalized in society and to promote social justice at local, national, and international levels.  Recipients should be engaged in fostering systemic change, promoting self-help and empowering community, or responding to unmet needs of those whoa re poor and/or marginalized.  Has two giving cycles per year.

 

  • Social Welfare

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support organizations that promote social welfare programs for those in need through the Mazda Foundation.

 

  • Surdna Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Seeking to foster sustainable communities in the United States - communities guided by principles of social justice and distinguished by healthy environments, strong local economies and thriving cultures.

 

  • The American Humane Association's Second Chance Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    Partners works with animal welfare organizations to provide care for animals.

 

  • The Amgen Foundation Quality Care Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants to advance science education and to improve quality of care for patients, promoting patient empowerment and addressing issues of health care disparities and health inequalities.

 

  • The Annenberg Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Annenberg Foundation provides support for projects within its grant-making interest areas of education and youth, arts and culture, civic and community, and health.

 

  • The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funds a range of programs including those in education, theology/religion, health care, and public television.

 

  • The Cameron Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants for programs involved in health, human services, community and economic development, and education.  Limited funding also available to those dealing with civic affairs, cultural enrichment, and conservation & historic preservation.

 

  • The Carnegie Corporation of New York

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports a range of efforts related to education, peace & security, international development, strengthening democracy, and more. Take a quiz to find out if your project fits the guidelines for grants.

 

  • The Cedar Tree Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support Sustainable Agriculture, Environmental Education, and Environmental Health. 
     

  • The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Foundation has three primary program areas available to organizations in this area: Civil Society; Environment; and Pathways Out of Poverty.  Through its programs, the Foundation seeks to support efforts promoting a just, equitable, and sustainable society.

 

  • The Comcast Corporation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funds programs that utilize communication technologies to address community needs related to literacy, volunteerism and youth leadership.

 

  • The Daniel K. Thorne Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants for organizations dedicated to protecting and sustaining the diversity of the natural and built environment.

 

  • The Dennis Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Dennis Foundation seeks to fund organizations that operate in the areas of education, health, human services, and religion. The Foundation distributes 30 grants per year that have an average size of $500 to $5,000.

 

  • The DJ&T Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for low cost spay/neuter clinics and voucher programs as a way to help relieve animal over population.

 

  • The Dominion Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations promoting education, environmental stewardship, community vitality, and human needs.

 

  • The Dorthea Haus Ross Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Direct aid and assistance to vulnerable children, including those who are ill, orphaned, disabled, injured, disfigured, abused and malnourished, or have limited access to education.  Focused on smaller grassroots projects that can be fully fund or nearly fully fund with the small grants from the foundation
     

  • The Draper Richards Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Supports new nonprofits that result in social change. Unrestricted funding will be provided to entrepreneurs who have started a new organization within the last 3 years.

 

  • The Energy Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Energy Foundation is focused on advancing energy efficiency and renewable energy policy. Efforts to reduce carbon emissions from the utility industry; policies to increase the energy efficiency of U.S. homes and businesses; policies that reduce vehicle pollution and oil consumption; U.S. state and regional policies to reduce global-warming pollution; and sustainable energy programs in China. The Foundation is unable to support local projects, unless they have been designed for further replication or have broad regional or national implications.

 

  • The Glaser Progress Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Has identified several program areas for which they provide funding to nonprofits organizations. These include measuring progress, animal advocacy, independent media, and global HIV/AIDS.

 

  • The Hearst Foundations

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to provide opportunities to underserved and underrepresented populations, focused primarily in areas of education, health, social services and arts/culture.

 

  • The Howard Hughes Medical Institute

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funds programs in science education and research, from pre-K through PhD.

 

  • The Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Awards grants to organizations that promote environmental and community health, advance environmental justice, sustain the food system in both urban and rural communities and more.

 

  • The Jubilation Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations working to help young people feel fully alive through rhythm found in dance, music, and poetry.

 

  • The Kroger Co. Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants to feed the hungry, support breast cancer initiatives, provide disaster relief and assist local grassroots organizations.

 

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