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The foundations in this list of grants do not indicate that there is a deadline for applications. In many cases, applications can be submitted at any time.

See also: Funding Opportunities With Proposal Deadlines

Hazelden gathers this information from a variety of sources. We have no control over the accuracy of the information.

Federal Grant Resources by State

Agassi Charitable Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation

Description

Grants given to support K-12 education, limited to at-risk youth programs targeting education in the Las Vegas, NV, area. For example, CLASS! Publications is a teen-focused periodical distributed free of charge to Clark County high schools, with an emphasis on helping at-risk youth. CLASS! also offers computer education workshops where students can learn marketable skills that will increase their interest in school, help them excel in school activities, assist in their post-graduation job search and help keep them away from substance abuse and crime.

Program Areas

Arts, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, General Education, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Technology.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School.

Address

3883 Howard Hughes Pkwy
8th Floor
Las Vegas, NV 89169

Telephone

702-227-5700

Email

info@agassi.net

Website

http://www.agassifoundation.org/

Availability

Nevada.

 

Ash Grove Charitable Foundation Grants

Funded by

Ash Grove Charitable Foundation

Description

The Ash Grove Charitable Foundation awards grants to organizations in AR, ID, KS, MO, MT, NE, OR, and WA. The foundation supports community foundations and organizations involved with education, conservation, cancer, crime and violence prevention, human services, and community development. No support for secondary schools.

Program Areas

Adult Literacy, After-School, Arts, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Disabilities, Early Childhood, Family Services, General Education, Health/PE, Homeless, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, Special Education.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

Applications accepted throughout the year.

Average Amount

$100.00 - $100,000.00

Address

P.O. Box 25900
Overland Park, KS 66225-5900

Availability

Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Oregon, Washington.

 

J. R. Beadel Central Texas Foundation Grants

Funded by

J. R. Beadel Central Texas Foundation

Description

The J. R. Beadel Central Texas Foundation awards grants to organizations in Brown County, TX, and immediate adjacent counties surrounding Brown County. The organization requesting funds must be located in either Brown, Callahan, Coleman, Comanche, Eastland, Mills or San Saba counties. Giving primarily for education, children's organizations, and health and human services.

Program Areas

After-School, Arts, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Disabilities, Early Childhood, Family Services, General Education, Health/PE, Homeless, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, Special Education.

Recipients

Public School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

inquiries accepted anytime

Total Amount

$222,035

Address

c/o Bell & Isbell, LLP
P.O. Box 1564
Brownwood, TX 76804-1564

Telephone

(325) 646-4443

Email

bellisbell@verizon.net

Availability

Texas.

 

Charles Crane Family Foundation Grants

Funded by

Charles Crane Family Foundation

Description

The Foundation devotes 70% to 80% of its remaining funds to support Jewish education in Maryland, mostly in greater Baltimore, and 20% to 30% to encourage violence prevention programs to benefit Baltimore and Maryland youth. The Foundation Board of Directors meets three to four times a year. It will consider proposals for funding at any one of these meetings.

Program Areas

At-Risk/Character, Safe/Drug Free Schools.

Recipients

Public School, Faith-based.

Address

6225 Smith Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21209-3600

Telephone

410-358-0680

Email

lkatz@ubalt.edu

Website

http://www.thecranefoundation.org/

Availability

Maryland.

 

Community Grants

Funded by

Best Buy

Description

Through the Community Grants program, Best Buy teams across the United States select non-profit organizations that provide positive experiences to help teens to excel in school and develop life and leadership skills. This year, Best Buy Children's Foundation will give $2 million in Community Grants.

Best Buy seeks applications from organizations that have current 501(c)(3) tax status and are serving a diverse population of young teens in the areas of learning, life skills and leadership. Special consideration will be given to programs that provide youth with access to opportunity through technology. Addiction criteria include:

  • Serve a diverse population in local or regional communities
  • Build social academic, leadership and/or life skills in early adolescents (primarily ages 13017)
  • Show positive results against a demonstrated community need
  • Reach at-risk children in working families.

Grants are awarded for one year.

Recipients

Non-profits located within 50 miles of a Best Buy store or Regional Distribution Center may apply.

Proposal Deadline

Deadline to submit application online. Hard copy applications will not be considered.

Average Amount

Grants will average $4,000-$6,000 and will not exceed $10,000

Website

Best Buy

Availability

See Recipients above.

 

The Cooperative Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

The Cooperative Foundation

Description

Giving focused on Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Grants are given to support K-12 and higher education, to also include funding for adult/continuing education and business school/education, on a national basis.

Program Areas

Community Involvement/Volunteerism, General Education, Vocational, All Other.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$101,900

Average Amount

$100 - $10,000

Address

PO Box 64047
St. Paul, MN 55164

Telephone

703-578-1820

Email

leslie.mead@verizon.net

Website

The Cooperative Foundation

Availability

Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin.

 

CUNA Mutual Group Grants

Funded by

CUNA Mutual Group Foundation, Inc

Description

Giving primarily in IA and WI supporting credit unions and organizations involved with education, health, human services, and community development. Special emphasis is directed toward programs designed to serve at-risk youth.

Program Areas

After-School, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Family Services, General Education, Health/PE, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$885,000.00

Average Amount

$1,000.00 - $50,000.00

Address

5910 Mineral Point Road
Madison, WI 53705

Telephone

608-231-7755

Email

steven.goldberg@cunamutual.com

Website

http://www.cunamutual.com/

Availability

Iowa, Wisconsin.

 

Daniels Fund Educational Grants

Funded by

Daniels Fund

Description

Giving primarily in CO, with emphasis on Denver; funding also in NM, WY and UT with a limited basis nationally; primarily for child care and early childhood education, higher education, youth development, the elderly, homelessness and self-sufficiency, alcoholism, and substance abuse, amateur athletics, and for people with physical disabilities. No grants to individuals (except for Daniels Fund Scholarship Program) or for academic, medical, or scientific research, or conferences, symposia, or workshops, or for debt elimination, endowments, fund raising or special events (purchase of tables or conferences), or for creation, publication or distribution of publications or for video productions and no support for arts and cultural programs.

Program Areas

Disabilities, General Education, Homeless, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$39,686,000.00

Average Amount

$1,000.00 - $250,000.00

Address

101 Monroe St.
Denver, CO 80206-4467

Telephone

303-393-7220

Email

pdroege@danielsfund.org

Website

http://www.danielsfund.org/

Availability

All States, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming.

 

Ford Family Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

The Ford Family Foundation

Description

Giving primarily in rural OR, with special interest in Douglas and Coos counties; giving also in Siskiyou County, CA. The foundation focuses on funding four key categories: 1) Positive Youth Development; 2) Access to Health and Dental Services for Children; 3) Child Abuse and Intervention; and 4) Public Convening Spaces. The foundation will invest in the best ideas in these categories from nonprofit public charities that seek to drive lasting change on systemic problems and issues. In addition, the foundation remains committed to its initiatives (Scholarship Program and Institute for Community Building).

Program Areas

Arts, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, General Education, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Other.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$14,107,000.00

Average Amount

$1,000.00 - $50,000.00

Address

1600 NW Stewart Parkway
Roseburg, OR 97470-1957

Telephone

541-957-5574

Email

info@tfff.org

Website

http://www.tfff.org/

Availability

California, Oregon.

 

The Lynn and Foster Friess Family Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

The Lynn and Foster Friess Family Foundation

Description

Giving primarily in Wilmington, DE, Jackson, WY, and Maryvale (Phoenix), AZ; primarily to faith-based entrepreneurial inner-city programs, especially one-on-one mentoring. Applications not accepted.

Program Areas

Community Involvement/Volunteerism, General Education.

Recipients

Faith-based.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$8,126,000.00

Average Amount

$150.00 - $8,100,000.00

Address

P.O. Box 9790, Jackson, WY 83002-9790

Telephone

307-739-9699

Availability

Arizona, Delaware, Wyoming.

 

Fowler Educational Grants

Funded by

John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation

Description

Awarding grants only to organizations headquartered in and providing services for residents of Washington, DC and the surrounding Maryland & Virginia suburbs. The foundation is particularly interested in funding organizations that are addressing the following issues: homelessness, hunger, at-risk children and youth (pre-school through high school), adult literacy, and job training and placement.

Program Areas

Adult Literacy, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Disabilities, Early Childhood, Homeless, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, Vocational.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$1,286,000.00

Average Amount

$10,000.00 - $45,000.00

Address

4340 East-West Highway, Suite 206
Bethesda, MD 20814-4467

Telephone

301-654-2700

Website

http://foundationcenter.org/grantmaker/fowler/

Availability

District of Columbia, Maryland, Virginia.

 

Hunt Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

Roy A. Hunt Foundation

Description

The geographic focus of the Foundation's giving is Southwestern Pennsylvania (primarily in Pittsburgh) and New England (mainly the Boston area), although organizations of particular interest to individual Trustees may be located anywhere throughout the United States. The majority of grants are made in support of Arts and Culture, Environment, Health, and Human Services. While the Foundation also supports Education, preference is given to educational institutions of particular interest to individual trustees. to improve the quality of life through grants for education, the arts and cultural programs, social services, the environment, health services, community development, and youth violence prevention. No grants to individuals.

Program Areas

Arts, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, General Education, Health/PE, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Faith-based, Other.

Proposal Deadline

Visit website for additional information

Total Amount

$2,824,000.00

Average Amount

$1,000.00 - $100,000.00

Address

One Bigelow Square, Suite 630
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-3030

Telephone

412-281-8734

Email

info@rahuntfdn.org

Website

http://www.rahuntfdn.org/

Availability

Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania.

 

The J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

The J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation

Description

Giving throughout the United States for education, community development, and arts and culture. The focus in education is to ensure that all children, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, have access to high quality educational opportunities with a particular focus on K-12 public schools that help them acquire the knowledge and skills needed to be productive, engaged students. Support is in the following areas: development of instructional leaders, implementation of innovative curricula, deepen teacher content knowledge, strengthening of instructional strategies, strengthening district capacity to support innovation, extending learning opportunities, college access initiatives, and dissemination of best practices. See website for additional information.

Program Areas

Adult Literacy, After-School, Arts, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, General Education, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, Vocational.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$72,155,000

Average Amount

$1,000 - $50,000

Address

Region specific contact information on website

Telephone

212-270-6000

Email

jpmorgan.chase.grants@jpmchase.com

Website

J.P. Morgan Chase

Availability

Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin.

 

Logan County Charitable and Educational Grants

Funded by

Logan County Charitable and Educational Foundation

Description

The Logan County, WV Charitable & Educational Foundation makes annual discretionary grants to charitable organizations in the Logan area for the benefit of the community in areas of education, health and human services, public recreation, civic beautification, and artistic endeavors.

Program Areas

Adult Literacy, After-School, Arts, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Disabilities, Early Childhood, Family Services, General Education, Health/PE, Homeless, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, Special Education.

Recipients

Public School, Other.

Proposal Deadline

applications accepted anytime

Average Amount

$5,000

Address

214 Stratton Street
PO Box 1367
Logan, West Virginia, 25601

Email

lccandefoundation@verizon.net

Website

Logan County Charitable and Educational Foundation

Availability

West Virginia.

 

QueensCare Charitable Grants

Funded by

QueensCare

Description

The QueeensCare Charitable Division supports programs providing healthcare-related services to low income, uninsured people living in Los Angeles, by funding grants to other agencies and scholarships to students in the healthcare profession. School-based healthcare programs do qualify for funding.

Program Areas

Health/PE.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

letters of inquiry accepted year round

Average Amount

$250,000.00

Address

1300 N. Vermont Ave., Ste 1002
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Website

http://www.queenscare.org/charitable_grants

Availability

California.

 

QuikTrip Corporation Educational Grants

Funded by

QuikTrip Corporation Contributions Program

Description

Education grants given to support initiatives and programs which will positively influence at-risk youth, including agencies and educational efforts that discourage alcohol use/abuse, smoking, violence, crime, etc. The program also funds educational initiatives, programs and projects that focus on educational reform. Distributions are made primarily in areas of company operations in Oklahoma with emphasis on Tulsa, OK, Kansas City, MO, Kansas City, KS, Wichita, KS, Des Moines, IA, Omaha, NE, Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, St. Louis, MO, Atlanta, GA, Phoenix, AZ.

Program Areas

At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Facilities/Maintenance, Family Services, General Education, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School.

Address

P.O. Box 3475 Tulsa, OK 74101

Telephone

918-615-7872

Email

Contributions@QuikTrip.com

Website

http://www.quiktrip.com/community/contributions2.asp

Availability

Arizona, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Texas.

 

Robins Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

Robins Foundation

Description

Giving primarily in Richmond, VA to a broad causes in the Richmond, VA, area. Categories of support include, but are not limited to: cultural, charitable, scientific, environmental and educational. Currently, we are particularly interested in grants that improve the lives and opportunities of at-risk youth.

Program Areas

After-School, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Early Childhood, General Education, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Total Amount

$2,992,000.00

Average Amount

$5,000.00 - $25,000.00

Address

PO Box 1124
Capitol Station
Richmond, VA 23218-1124

Telephone

804-697-6972

Email

jane.walker@robinsfdn.org

Website

http://www.robins-foundation.org/

Availability

Virginia.

 

Sexual Violence Prevention and Education

Funded by

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Description

Notice is hereby given that the Arkansas Commission on Child Abuse, Rape and Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, a part of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, is seeking Requests for Proposals from agencies or organizations for Sexual Violence Prevention and Education funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Address

Lori Gardner, Rape Project Coordinator
4301 W. Markham, #575
Little Rock, AR 72205

Telephone

(501) 661-7975

Email

lagardner@uams.edu

Availability

Arkansas

 

Skillman Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

The Skillman Foundation

Description

Though grants are made throughout Metropolitan Detroit, the bulk of grant dollars are spent in six Detroit neighborhoods - Brightmoor, Cody/Rouge, Central/Northend, Osborn, and the Chadsey/Condon and Vernor communities in Southwest Detroit - and on innovative and successful schools throughout the city of Detroit. The chief aim of our grantmaking is to help develop good schools and good neighborhoods for children. The Good Schools and Good Neighborhoods programs are the primary focus of the Foundation's grantmaking. The Good Opportunities program is set up to support the Foundation's primary work and to invest in special opportunities that can accomplish significant results for children.

Program Areas

After-School, Arts, At-Risk/Character, Early Childhood, Family Services, General Education, Health/PE, Homeless, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

None

Total Amount

$21,123,000

Average Amount

$5,000 - $150,000

Address

100 Talon Centre Drive
Suite 100
Detroit, MI 48207-4266

Telephone

313-393-1185

Email

mailbox@skillman.org

Website

Skillman Foundation

Availability

Michigan.

 

Staunton Farm Foundation Grants

Funded by

Staunton Farm Foundation

Description

Following the direction set in her will and in response to current needs, the Trustees of the Staunton Farm Foundation make grants to support treatment, services, and systems improvements for children, youth, and adults with behavioral health issues. Grants are limited to non-profit organizations that benefit people of Southwestern Pennsylvania. The first step: Letter of Inquiry. Letters are accepted year-round. If your application is chosen for further consideration, the staff will invite your organization to submit a Proposal. Deadlines for full proposal are June 1 and December 1.

Program Areas

After-School, Arts, At-Risk/Character, Community Involvement/Volunteerism, Disabilities, Early Childhood, Family Services, General Education, Health/PE, Homeless, Math, Reading, Safe/Drug Free Schools, Science/Environmental, Social Studies, Special Education.

Recipients

Public School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

letters of inquiry accepted year round

Address

Suite 210
650 Smithfield Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Telephone

412-281-8020

Email

jschwager@stauntonfarm.org

Website

http://www.stauntonfarm.org/

Availability

Pennsylvania.

 

Stulsaft Foundation Educational Grants

Funded by

The Morris Stulsaft Foundation

Description

Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties with dedication to the well-being of children and youth (ages 0-22) through financial support of nonprofit organizations serving foster and homeless youth, and youth with disabilities; providing child care to low-income families and training to childcare providers; and educational enrichment and mentoring to disadvantaged youth. No grants to individuals, or for emergency funding, endowments, annual campaigns, workshops, conferences, or deficit funding and provide no support for sectarian religious projects or ongoing support for private schools.

Program Areas

After-School, Arts, Early Childhood, General Education, Math, Reading, Science/Environmental, Social Studies.

Recipients

Public School, Private/Charter School, Higher Education, Other.

Proposal Deadline

See Web site for application deadlines.

Total Amount

$1,636,000.00

Average Amount

$500.00 - $50,000.00

Address

1660 Bush St., Ste. 300
San Francisco, CA 94109-5308

Telephone

415-561-6540

Email

mgregory@pfs-llc.net

Website

http://www.stulsaft.org/

Availability

California.

 

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