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  • OPEN DEADLINE GRANTS (alphabetically) L-Z

 

        

  • The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

        Deadline: Open

 

     Has many and varied program interests, including improving education,                      promoting economic growth and prosperity, and defending and advancing                  freedom.

 

  • The Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    $1,000 - $5,000 grants to programs that afford women and families access to the knowledge and resources they need to build better lives.

 

  • The May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust

    Deadline: Open

     

    Major grants for organizations serving Children and Youth, Elders, Disadvantaged Adults and Families, the Disabled and Critically Ill, and Special Initiatives.

 

  • The Mayer Foundation Economic Relief Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Relief grants for individuals distressed or suffering as a result of poverty, low income, or lack of financial resources. Available to individuals or to organizations serving them.

 

  • The Microsoft Corporation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Offers in-kind support to organizations working to create community-based technology and learning centers in order to bridge the digital divide and eliminate technology illiteracy.

 

  • The National Network to End Domestic Violence

    Deadline: Open

     

    Partners with nonprofits to assist survivors of domestic violence.

 

  • The Nature of Learning Grant Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Nature of Learning Grant Program supports the Fish and Wildlife Service’s priority of connecting people with nature ensuring the future of conservation. Start-up grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded on a competitive basis to support initial expenses associated with new programs. Follow-up grants of up to $5,000 will be awarded on a comprehensive basis to provide continued support to existing TheNature of Learning Programs.

 

  • The Norman Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for efforts that strengthen the ability of communities to determine their own economic, environmental, and social well-being, and that help people control those forces that affect their lives.

 

  • The SeaChange-Lodestar Fund for Nonprofit Collaboration

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to facilitate sensible collaborations among nonprofit organizations, regardless of area of focus.

 

  • The Starr Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    One of the largest private foundations in the US; funds organizations involved in education, medicine and health care, human needs, public policy, culture and the environment.

 

  • The Surdna Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Fosters entrepreneurial programs throughout the U.S. that offer viable solutions to difficult systemic problems. The Foundation provides support through five distinct grantmaking programs: The Environmental Program, the Community Revitalization Program, the Effective Citizenry Program, the Arts Program, and the Nonprofit Sector Support Program.

 

  • The Surdna Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support just and sustainable communities through grantmaking in the areas of: sustainable environments; strong local economies; thriving cultures; and foundation initiatives.

 

  • The Virginia Law Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to promote the rule of law, to increase access to justice, and to support law-related education.

 

  • The Virginia Literacy Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants for community-based and faith-based volunteer organizations that provide literacy and numeracy services to adults  who read at a fifth-grade level or below.

 

  • The Wilson Research Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    This Foundation dispenses funds for grants in rehabilitation research for disabling illnesses and injuries.

 

  • U.S. Soccer Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for projects designed to keep children in underserved communities active, healthy, and safe.

 

  • UMADD Mini-Grant Program

    Deadline: Open

     

    The UMADD Mini-Grant Program offers qualifying groups grants of up to $500 to help implement evidence-based prevention programs that focus on college-related drinking problems on campuses and/or in the surrounding communities. Priority for funding will be given to applications that incorporate the projects recommended on the UMADD website; seek to change environmental factors (laws, policies, enforcement) or populations (student body, anyone under 21) versus projects that seek individual behavior change (motivational speaker, basic alcohol education); include partnership with multiple groups, both on campus and in the community; and support law enforcement efforts. Requests may be submitted at any time.

 

  • Union Bank Foundation Environment Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support organizations that focus on protecting the environment. The Foundation is particularly interested in projects relating to brown field remediation, science and education relevant to green building, energy upgrade and conservation, rehabilitation and cleanup, coastal/creek and reserve cleanup and preservation, urban green space projects, environmental education, aquarium and museums, state parks, nature centers, conservancy centers, botanical gardens, wildlife centers, and ecology and recycling centers.

 

  • United Animal Nations: LifeLine Crisis Relief Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Provides support to grassroots and rescue groups that need to ensure safe lifetime care for animals who are being rescued via large-scale criminal seizure or surrender.

 

  • United Healthcare Children's Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Facilitates access to health-related services not fully covered by the available commercial health benefit plan and have the potential to significantly enhance either the clinical condition or the quality of life of the child.  Provides grants which help provide financial assistance towards family's share of the cost of medical services.

 

  • UnitedHealthcare Children's Fund

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to help children who need critical health care treatment, services, or equipment not fully covered by their parents' health benefit plans.

 

  • Universal Leaf Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Financial support for programs and groups addressing key areas of community concern including: child welfare, education, health and well-being, food security, environmental protection, historic preservation and support for the arts.

 

  • USDA Rural Development Initiative Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Grants to build the capacity of nonprofit community-based housing and community development organizations in low income rural communities. Covers a wide range of programs.

 

  • Verizon Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Dedicated to improving lives and giving back to communities through funding that supports education, healthcare and sustainability.

 

  • Verizon Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations working in healthcare, education and/or sustainability.  Additional information on  Event Sponsorship/Grants.

 

  • Voices for Healthy Kids

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support  lobbying activities related to a strategic issue advocacy campaign focused on fighting childhood obesity at the state, local and tribal level.

 

  • W.L.S. Spencer Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    The Foundation focuses its grantmaking on activities anywhere in the world that foster new and innovative ideas in education. Education grants support programs that are innovative and that motivate children to stay in school, do well academically, and continue their education beyond high school.

 

  • Walgreen's Corporate Contribution Program

        Deadline: Open

 

     Funding for programs and organizations that have a specific focus on improving      access to health and wellness in their community; pharmacy education                      programs and mentoring initiatives; civic and community outreach; or                        emergency and disaster relief. Health is the Company’s major focus area and            the largest share of its annual contributions program is allocated to programs          that address the health needs of their clients.

 

  • Walgreens Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations providing access to health and wellness, pharmacy education programs and mentoring initiatives, civic and community outreach, and emergency and disaster relief.

 

  • Weingart Foundation Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support organizations that operate in the areas of health, human services, or education. The Foundation gives highest priority to activities that provide greater access to people who are economically disadvantaged and underserved. Of particular interest to the Foundation are applications that specifically address the needs of low-income children and youth, older adults, and people affected by disabilities and homelessness.

 

  • Wells Fargo

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding to support programs and organizations whose chief purpose is to benefit low- and moderate-income individuals and families.

 

  • Wells Fargo & Co

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for community-based nonprofit organizations across the country in support of conservation, energy efficiency, infrastructure, and educational outreach efforts.

 

  • Wish You Well Literacy Grants

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for organizations fostering and promoting the development and expansion of new and existing literacy and educational programs.

 

  • Women Helping Others Foundation

    Deadline: Open

     

    Funding for grass-roots charities serving the overlooked needs of women and children, particularly in the areas of health and social service needs.

 

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