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Last Updated: June 1, 2021
Date Published: February 22, 2021

1675 Foundation

The 1675 Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and families through the support of non–profit organizations working in the areas of arts & culture, education, the environment, health, human services and history. Priority is given to organizations serving Philadelphia and Chester Counties in southeastern Pennsylvania and other geographic areas of interest to the Trustees.

3Arts - Chicago, Illinois

3Arts supports Chicago artists working in the fields of music, theater, and visual arts. Our focus is on women, people of color, and people with disabilities in recognition that their work is still underrepresented in mainstream culture. 3Arts provides both direct awards to artists and grants to arts organizations for their support of artists.

500, Inc. - Dallas, Texas

Since its founding, The 500, Inc.�™s mission has grown to support Dallas�™ visual, theatrical and musical Arts. The organization has donated over $12 million and countless volunteer hours to support our mission of a healthy Arts Community.

Adobe Systems, Inc.

Adobe supports schools and community–based organizations with programs that enable and inspire K–12 students to think creatively, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively, using digital technology and communication tools. Adobe also supports nonprofit organizations and programs located in Adobe communities that address community–specific needs, with an emphasis on the following criteria: Arts and cultural organizations…

Allen Foundation for the Arts - Washington

The purpose of the Bellevue, Washington–based Allen Foundation for the Arts is to “promote a creative and flourishing arts community in the Pacific Northwest.” The Foundation, which is especially interested in the performing and visual arts, also supports entities that sustain artists and art organizations.

American Berlin Opera Foundation, Inc.

The American Berlin Opera Foundation, Inc. was founded in 1986 to create scholarships sponsoring young American singers to study and perform in Berlin, and thereafter to pursue career opportunities in Europe.

American Express

The American Express Philanthropic Program makes grants in three major program areas: Economic Independence, Cultural Heritage and Community Service. It includes the American Express Foundation and certain corporate gifts. Outside the United States, grants are made to organizations that are able to document not–for–profit status.

American Theatre Wing

The American Theatre Wing provides Jonathan Larson Grants given annually to recognize emerging composers, lyricists, and bookwriters who work in musical theater.

Americans for the Arts Emergency Relief Fund

Supports local arts agencies affected by disasters. It was established to provide timely financial assistance to victims of a major disaster for the purpose of helping them rebuild the arts in their community. Relief funds are distributed directly to local arts agencies and other cultural relief efforts. Local arts agencies may use relief funds to assist with their own recovery as well as to provide needed services and funding to local nonprofit arts organ…

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation currently makes grants in five core program areas: higher education, museums and art conservation, performing arts, conservation and the environment, and public affairs.

Angelica Foundation

The Foundation makes program and initiative grants in the areas of the environment, social justice, and the arts, and supports groups that work in drug policy reform. Funding is restricted to nonprofit organizations in California, New Mexico, and Hawaii, as well as non–governmental organizations (NGOs) in Mexico and Central America.

Anheuser-Busch Foundation

Anheuser–Busch and the Anheuser–Busch Foundation have established a legacy of giving back. By supporting and partnering with organizations around the globe, we continue to create new friendships. Over the past decade, our company and charitable foundation have contributed more than $370 million to nonprofit organizations working to improve our communities and enhancing the enjoyment of life for millions of people. Areas of funding interest incl…

Annenberg Foundation

The Annenberg Foundation exists to advance public well–being through improved communication. As a principal means of achieving this goal, the Foundation encourages the development of more effective ways to share ideas and knowledge. The Annenberg Foundation focuses on four major program areas: education and youth, arts and culture, community and civic, and health.

Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation

The Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation awards yearly grants to writers in three rotating disciplines: Theatre, Full–length Fiction, and Short Stories. All works submitted must present the gay and lesbian lifestyle in a positive manner and be based on, or inspired by, a historic person, culture, event, or work of art. Writing contests close on November 30th of each year. Grants are $1000 and are not limited to a single winner.

Art Serve Michigan

Serves, supports, and advocates for an enriched cultural environment and promotes the arts as a valuable state and community resource.

Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation is focused on enhancing education, preserving greenspace, sustaining the arts and sparking collaboration among its community partners. The Foundation�™s geographic focus is on communities where members of the Blank family have deep roots: Atlanta; Maricopa County, Arizona; and Beaufort County, South Carolina.


This national, competitive grantmaking program provides grants of $80,000 to $100,000 over two years for general operating expenses to 8 exemplary arts organizations. Recipients must be focused on demographic change, aesthetic innovation, and critical social engagement. Applicants must be a U.S.–based, non–profit organization classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity and have a minimum five–year history of programming in any single or comb…

Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo

Supports, promotes and funds the arts in Kalamazoo County. Our members include arts organizations, individual artists and arts lovers. We accomplish our mission through a variety of programs.

Arts in Healthcare Funds

Johnson & Johnson (J&J) working in partnership with the Society for the Arts in Healthcare (SAH), seeks to promote the use of the arts to enhance the healthcare experience for patients, their families, and caregivers. J&J & SAH have provided funding to over 100 programs in the US and Canada, representing leading models and initiatives in high quality healthcare through the use of arts. Proposals are now being sought from healthcare and/or a…

Arts Work Fund - Chicago

The Arts Work Fund for Organizational Development is a funder collaborative created to help strengthen the management and operations of small arts and cultural organizations in the six–county Chicago metropolitan region.

ASCAP Foundation

The ASCAP Foundation, established in 1975, is a publicly supported charitable organization which is tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is dedicated to supporting American music creators and encouraging their development through music education and talent development programs. The ASCAP Foundation considers proposals from other 501(c)(3) organizations engaging in music education and talent development programs that are consi…

Ashland Inc.

Ashland has a proactive, outcome–driven giving strategy. With average annual contributions of about $3 million, we seek, select, support and/or partner with organizations whose goals reflect our commitment to enhancing the quality of life in our communities. Areas of funding interest include: Education, Matching Grants, Arts, Community & Civic Involvement, the Environment, United Way.

AT & T Foundation

The AT&T Foundation makes grants to tax–exempt, nonprofit organizations as defined under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code, and in the case of international grants, to organizations that meet the criteria for nonprofit tax–exemption (under Section 501(c)(3)) and the laws of the country of incorporation. Areas of funding interest: K–12 and higher education – Accredited public and private elementary and secondary…

Bank of America Foundation

Our philanthropic approach is to create a positive impact in our communities today by investing in neighborhoods for the future. To achieve this goal, we form partnerships with key community stakeholders. We work with non–profit organizations to identify critical issues in local communities and invest in these organizations to better equip them to address these needs. Overall, our giving falls into four categories critical to the long–term suc…

Barnes & Noble's Corporate Contributions Program

Barnes & Noble is committed to partnering with for–profit and non–profit organizations that focus their core businesses on higher learning, literacy and the arts. Our partnerships foster community good will and promote our brand. A suitable sponsorship is one that benefits Barnes & Noble and the communities it serves. Funding is limited.

Bechtel Group Foundation

The Bechtel Group Foundation was created in 1954 to respond to the needs of the communities around the world in which Bechtel has offices or major projects. In 2008, the Foundation made grants totaling $2.07 million to 237 nonprofit organizations in 9 countries. The Foundation has four giving programs: educational, civic and cultural, and social service, scholarships and other support to business, technical, and engineering programs at universities worldwi…

Beim Foundation

Traditionally, the Foundation has supported organizations in four funding categories: Arts, Education, Environment and Human Services. The Beim Foundation’s geographic priority is the State of Minnesota. In 2006, the Beim Foundation will grant up to 30% of its total giving in support of projects located in the city of Denver, CO; Cumberland county, Maine; Park and Gallatin counties, Montana; and Santa Fe county, New Mexico.

Bemis Company Foundation

Established in 1959, the Bemis Company Foundation serves as the principal instrument of philanthropy for the Company. Funded annually by the Company, the Foundation typically distributes approximately $2.5 million per year to charitable organizations and programs in the United States. Our priority is to give and support those communities in which we operate. The following general guidelines have been established for the distribution of charitable contribut…

Bernard and Audre Ropoport Foundation

The primary focus of the Foundation is on programs that benefit children and youth in Waco and McLennan County, Texas. Proposals that fall outside the areas below are considered as long as they offer imaginative, and when possible, long–range solutions to the problems of the most needy members of society, and ideally, solutions that can be replicated in other communities. The Foundation prefers to concentrate on five primary areas: Education, Arts &a…

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Black Rock Arts Foundation Grants

Provides funds in the amounts of $500 to $10,000 to art projects that interact with people and environments and that invite, create, or enrich community.

BMI Foundation

The BMI Foundation, Inc., a not–for–profit corporation founded in 1985, is dedicated to encouraging the creation, performance and study of music through awards, scholarships, internships, grants, and commissions. The Foundation also awards grants on an annual basis that are directed primarily to not–for–profit music organizations from around the country. The Foundation’s Advisory Panel reviews and makes recommendations for thes…

Boeing Company

The Boeing Company is committed to improving the quality of life in the communities in which it operates. Funding interests include education, health and human services, culture and the arts, and civic and environmental issues.

Boston Center for the Arts

The BCA supports the creation and presentation of work by artists and seeks to connect artists to a large and diverse audience. The BCA’s programs include exhibitions, performances, concerts, poetry readings and special outreach. The BCA also offers subsidized work space in the form of studios, rehearsal space and three small theaters to artists and arts groups.

Bronx Council on the Arts

Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) is celebrating over 40 years as a private, non–profit membership organization that is the official cultural agency of Bronx County. Recognized nationally as a leading arts service organization in providing cultural services and arts programs, BCA serves a multicultural constituency in excess of 1.2 million residents.

CA IT Management

For more than three decades, CA has supported communities where its employees live and work. Serving a global company with offices in more than 43 countries, CA�™s Corporate Community Affairs department supports communities through employee giving programs, CA Together Community grants, CA Together IT Program offerings and corporate contributions.

Charles Lafitte Foundation

The mission of the Charles Lafitte Foundation is to provide for and support inventive and effective ways of helping people help themselves and others around them to lead healthy, satisfying and enriched lives. To fulfill this mission, the Foundation acts as grantmaker, innovator and volunteer for four main programs: Education, Children’s Advocacy, Medical Research & Issues, and The Arts.

Clorox Company Foundation

The mission of The Clorox Company Foundation is to improve the quality of life in communities where Clorox employees live and work. Community involvement is an integral part of our business and is carried out through a program of grant–making, volunteerism and leadership in community service. The Foundation concentrates on two focus areas: education/youth development and culture/civic programs. The Foundation may shift funding priorities from year to…

Community Programs in the Arts - COMPAS

Provides two types of grants – 1. The Community Art Program (CAP) encourages the use of meaningful, quality, participatory arts to build community. Limited to fund projects and programs in Minneapolis, MN and St. Paul, MN. 2. The General Fund supports 501(c)(3) organizations as they endeavor to produce art projects and programs that reach new audiences or that use the arts to serve the community.

ConocoPhillips Community Investment - National Focus

ConocoPhillips has a long tradition of investing in the communities in which we operate. During 2008, our corporate donations totaled more than $95 million, which includes approximately $70 million in charitable contributions from the corporation and about $25 million in funds for other community investment projects donated through our company–operated businesses, as well as various joint ventures and equity affiliates. Areas of funding interest incl…

Copland Fund

The Fund maintains three separate grant programs in support of contemporary American music, each with its own objectives and annual application deadline. Recording Program, Performing Ensembles Program, Supplemental Program (The Supplemental Program�™s objective is to support non–profit organizations that have a history of substantial commitment to contemporary American music but whose needs are not addressed by the Fund�™s programs of…

Corning Incorporated Foundation - Multiple States

The Corning Incorporated Foundation has contributed more than $108 million through its programs of giving. Resources are directed almost exclusively toward initiatives which improve the quality of life in and near communities where Corning Incorporated is an active corporate citizen. Areas of funding interest include Education, Culture, Community Services, National Programs. Read more information in our blog.

Cracker Barrel Foundation

The Cracker Barrel Foundation seeks to strengthen and preserve our community by supporting programs in the areas of education, human services, cultural affairs and the environment. Special consideration is given to programs that address children, youth and family issues, and emphasize traditional values such as hard work, education and self–reliance.

Creative Capital Foundation

Creative Capital, a New York City–based nonprofit organization, acts as a catalyst for the development of adventurous and imaginative ideas by supporting artists who pursue innovation in form and/or content in the performing and visual arts, film and video, and in emerging fields. We are committed to working in partnership with the artists whom we fund, providing advisory services and professional development assistance along with multi–faceted…

Creative Work Fund - California

Funds for artists and non–profit organizations to create new art works through collaborations. It celebrates artists as problem solvers and the making of art as a profound contribution to the strengthening of communities. Grants range from $10,000 to $35,000. Limited to artists living in and organizations based in San Francisco and Alameda, CA counties.

CUE Art Foundation

CUE Art Foundation, a non–profit organization, provides educational programs for young artists and aspiring art professionals in New York and from around the country.

Dactyl Foundation for the Arts and Humanities

Our programs are designed to develop an aesthetic that is informed by science, history and philosophy and that takes into consideration both the intellectual and intuitive responses to art.

Dana Foundation

The Dana Foundation is a private philanthropic organization with interests in brain science, immunology, and arts education. It was founded in 1950.

DEW Foundation

In December, 1994, Dale and Edna Walsh set up an Illinois based 501(c)(3) private charitable contribution foundation named the Dale and Edna Walsh Foundation. We refer to ourselves as DEW Foundation or simply DEW. The first step in the application process is to submit a letter of inquiry (LOI) via the Foundation’s Web site or by mail. The Foundation contributes to medical, relief, welfare, education, community service, ministries and environmental pro…

Diller – von Furstenberg Family Foundation - National Focus

The Diller �“ von Furstenberg Family Foundation is a private family foundation which provides philanthropic support to various 501(c)3 non–profit organizations. Founded in 1999, the Foundation is guided by the shared values, concerns and passions of the Diller �“ von Furstenberg family. The primary recipients of the Foundation�™s support are organizations within the following sectors: Community Building, Education, Human Rights,…

Donna Reed Foundation for the Performing Arts

The Donna Reed Foundation for the Performing Arts, a non–profit organization to memorialize Donna Reed’s accomplishments and perpetuate her deep commitment to youth, education, and the performing arts.

Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

The mission of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation is to improve the quality of people’s lives through grants supporting the performing arts, environmental conservation, medical research and the prevention of child maltreatment, and through preservation of the cultural and environmental legacy of Doris Duke’s properties.

Dorsey & Whitney Foundation - Multiple States

The Dorsey & Whitney Foundation makes annual contributions to a variety of nonprofit organizations in the communities where Dorsey is located. Contributions focus on organizations, programs and projects that contribute to the cultural, civic, educational and general welfare of each community as a whole, as well as nonprofits that provide legal services for people who cannot otherwise afford representation.

DuPont Contributions Program

Each year, DuPont contributes to numerous efforts that meet the needs of various groups and global communities where the company operates. Areas of support include: Educational programs; Culture & the arts; Environmental initiatives; Human & health service organizations; and Civic & community activities.

Eastman Kodak Company

Eastman Kodak’s primary focus is at our site communities, but also includes national and international support. Focus is on the following general areas: Community Revitalization, Environment, and Arts & Culture; Education; Health & Human Services.

Educational Foundation of America

The Educational Foundation of America (EFA) makes grants to qualifying non–profit organizations that have tax–exempt status and those that are not private foundations as defined in the Internal Revenue Code. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the environment, reproductive freedom, theatre, education, medicine, drug policy reform, democracy, peace & national security issues and human services.

Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation

The Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation is dedicated to fostering awareness and appreciation of contemporary visual art, particularly through the support of catalogues and other publications that document exhibitions of work by emerging or under–recognized artists.

Entergy Charitable Foundation

Entergy�™s Corporate Giving programs include cash as well as in–kind contributions that address myriad community needs: arts and culture, community improvement and enrichment, education and literacy, the environment and healthy families. Entergy�™s Open Grants Program focuses on improving communities as a whole. We look for giving opportunities in the areas of arts and culture, community improvement/enrichment, the environment and healt…

Entertainment Industry Foundation

The Entertainment Industry Foundation responds to some of the most critical needs facing our society. We help raise awareness and funds for important causes such as childhood hunger, cancer research, creative arts, education, cardiovascular research, and much more.

Farmers Insurance Group Corporate Contributions

We invite proposals from programs that improve safety, expand educational opportunities, enhance health and human services, encourage civic participation and support arts and culture in the states where we do business. In addition to financial support, Farmers people volunteer their time, talent and skills in their communities. Our volunteer program, Partners in Pride, tallies hundreds of thousands of hours from the more than 20,000 Farmers agents, employe…

Fidelity Foundation - Multiple States

The Fidelity Foundation grant program was designed to strengthen the long–term effectiveness of nonprofit institutions. The types of projects we fund, and the way in which we fund them, are specifically intended to help nonprofits build the organizational capabilities they need to better fulfill their missions and serve their constituencies. The Foundation has active grant programs in the communities surrounding the Fidelity Investments corporate loc…

Fieldstone Foundation

The Fieldstone Foundation was created by the Fieldstone Group of Companies (Fieldstone) in 1983 to provide grants, leadership development and service to nonprofit organizations working to support individuals in the communities where the companies within Fieldstone do business: Orange, Riverside, North Los Angeles and San Diego Counties in Southern California, Salt Lake City in Utah, and San Antonio in Texas. The Foundation allocates its resources in four g…

Fishman Family Foundation

The Fishman Family Foundation is a private not–for–profit organization founded in 1997 as a long–term philanthropic program. The Foundation has been established with broad charitable purposes so that its grant making policies may always reflect the diverse interests of the Fishman Family. Currently the focus is on Jewish culture, education, and the arts.

Fleishhacker Foundation

The Foundation has two grantmaking programs: Arts & Culture and Precollegiate (K–12) Education.

Ford Foundation

Grants and PRIs are given in the Foundation’s fields of interest through a program division encompassing three broad areas: Asset Building and Community Development; Education, Media, Arts, and Culture; and Peace and Social Justice.

Francis L. Abreu Foundation - Georgia

The Francis L. Abreu Charitable Trust funds organizations in the Atlanta area only. The Foundation’s areas of interest include arts and cultural programs; secondary education; higher education; health associations; human services; children and youth services. Types of support include capital campaigns; program development; seed money; and matching funds. The Foundation does not approve requests for operating or grants to individuals.

Frank Stanley Beveridge Foundation - Massachusetts

The Frank Stanley Beveridge Foundation, Inc. welcomes the opportunity to consider grant proposals from the following Institutional/Program Activity Areas: Animal Related, Arts, Culture, and Humanities, Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Education, Employment/Jobs, Environmental Quality, Protection & Beautification, Food, Nutrition, Agriculture, Health – General & Rehabilitative Services, Health – Multipurpose Associations/Services A…

Gannett Foundation

The Gannett Foundation�™s mission: to invest in the future of the communities in which Gannett does business, and in the future of our industry. We value projects that take a creative approach to fundamental issues such as education and neighborhood improvement, economic development, youth development, community problem–solving, assistance to disadvantaged people, environmental conservation and cultural enrichment.

George Gund Foundation

The George Gund Foundation’s guidelines reflect our long–standing interests in the arts, economic development and community revitalization, education, environment and human services.

Georgia-Pacific Foundation

The purpose of the Georgia–Pacific Foundation is to help create and fund those programs and initiatives that add value to, and measurably improve, the quality of life within the communities where Georgia–Pacific employees live and work. The Foundation supports quality programs in Education, Literacy, Environment, Women and Minorities Entrepreneurship Arts & Culture, Youth Enrichment and Community Enhancement. Please visit our blog for locat…

Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation

The mission of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation is to support and encourage those educational, cultural, social and environmental values that contribute to making our society more humane and our world more livable.

Getty Foundation

The Getty Foundation fulfills the philanthropic mission of the J. Paul Getty Trust by supporting individuals and institutions committed to advancing the understanding and preservation of the visual arts locally and throughout the world. Through strategic grants and programs, the Foundation strengthens art history as a global discipline, promotes the interdisciplinary practice of conservation, increases access to museum and archival collections, and develop…

Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation

Areas of funding interest include the Humanities, Performing Arts, Research Library Program, Venetian Research Program and discretionary grants.

Gould Family Foundation

The mission of the Gould Family Foundation is to support innovative programs that promote experiential learning and the arts. The foundation prefers programs in their formative stages that can show self–sustaining ability, and are primarily based in California.

Grants For The Arts - San Francisco

Grants are awarded in three categories: Performing, Visual, Media and Literary Arts; Annual Celebrations/Parades; and Tourist–Support Services.


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Guitar Center Music Foundation

The Guitar Center Music Foundation’s mission is to aid nonprofit music programs across America that offer music instruction so that more people can experience the joys of making music.

Hagen Family Foundation

The Hagen Family Foundation (THFF) is a private family foundation established in 1999 that provides financial grants to not–for–profit organizations. The Foundation favors creative and innovative proposals in the areas of: The Arts, Education, Environment, Religion, Social Services. The Foundation does not consider contributions to annual drives, capital campaigns, research, or the support of on–going programs. The Foundation supports org…

Halliburton Corporate Contributions

Halliburton supports primarily tax–exempt non–profit organizations dedicated to education, health, the environment and health–related community programs. Support for civic issues, arts and cultural programs may also be considered in areas where there is a significant presence of Halliburton employees and operations. In 2008, the company donated more than $2.2 million to support community initiatives.

Hallmark Corporate Charitable Giving - Multiple States

We believe the well–being of our communities has a direct effect on Hallmark’s success and that of our employees and fellow citizens. So we take our mission to enrich lives beyond our products and into the communities we call home. Funding decisions are guided by a philanthropic vision based in the belief that people’s lives are enriched through caring connections, that gifts should demonstrate empathy and caring, and that: All children des…

Harnisch Foundation - National Focus

The Harnisch Foundation supports innovation in the areas of philanthropy, coaching, and journalism. We give priority to the projects that promise the biggest bang for the buck �“ we�™re proud of our return on investments in innovative and catalytic ideas. Given the recent economic conditions, we are committed to keeping the promises we have already made to projects involving philanthropy, coaching, and journalism. Although this is not a prima…

Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship

Bequeathed to the Fondation des Etats–Unis in the early 1930�¢€²s, the Harriet Hale Woolley Scholarship is awarded annually to a select number of exceptional American artists and musicians who plan to pursue their studies in Paris. A scholarship is also available to medical post–graduates specializing in psychiatry interning in a Parisian hospital.

Harry Chapin Foundation - National Focus

The mission of the Harry Chapin Foundation is to support organizations that have demonstrated their ability to dramatically improve the lives and livelihood of people by helping them to become self–sufficient. The Foundation’s funding focuses on: Community education programs that identify community needs and mobilize resources to meet them, fostering social and economic justice; Arts in education programs and other approaches to educating young…

Hearst Foundations

The Hearst Foundations fund cultural institutions that offer innovative programs in the arts and sciences, the majority of which enable access for young people, thereby enriching their lives. Our focus includes education initiatives for students in pre–kindergarten through 12th grade. In addition, the Foundations support programs that nurture artistic development.

Heckscher Foundation - New York

Heckscher Foundation was founded in 1921 to promote the welfare of children in New York and elsewhere throughout the United States. Today, it provides grants to youth–serving organizations in the fields of education, family services, child welfare, health, arts and recreation.

Heckscher Foundation for Children

The Heckscher Foundation for Children was founded in 1921 to promote the welfare of children in New York City and the United States as a whole. We fund organizations serving youth in the fields of education, family services, job training, health, arts and recreation. The Foundation�™s giving takes the form of program support, capacity–building, capital projects and general operating support. The Foundation seeks to “level the playing field” f…

Heinz Endowments - Pennsylvania

The Heinz Endowments comprise two private foundations, the Howard Heinz Endowment and the Vira I. Heinz Endowment. Our shared mission is to help southwestern Pennsylvania thrive as a whole community�”economically, ecologically, educationally, and culturally�”while advancing the state of knowledge and practice in the fields in which we work.

Herb Alpert Foundation - Arts

The Herb Alpert Foundation has been active in its philanthropic work for more than 20 years. Historically the Foundation’s grantees have run the gamut from small organizations working at the local level, perhaps in the earliest stages of their development, to larger and more mature organizations that may have a regional or even a national scope and perspective. Over the past few years the Foundation has focused on core areas: The Arts �“ a broa…

Houston Endowment - Houston

Houston Endowments supports nonprofit organizations and educational institutions that improve life for the people of the grater Houston area. The Foundation funds programs in the arts, community enhancement, education, health, human services, the environment and neighborhood development.

HRK Foundation

Historically, the Foundation’s geographic service area has included the Twin Cities Metro Area, the St. Croix Valley, and Ashland and Bayfield counties in Wisconsin. In evaluating new requests, the Board’s primary focus is St. Paul. Areas of funding interest include the Arts, Health, Community Building and Education.

Humana Foundation

The Humana Foundation identifies, funds, and nurtures projects and organizations in three fields: domestic and international health, education, and civic and cultural development in communities where the company has a meaningful presence.

Humana Foundation - Multiple States

The Humana Foundation’s giving focuses primarily on health. We also support selected projects promoting arts and culture and education improvement. The Foundation promotes healthy lives and communities by supporting organizations that meet our funding priorities and are classified as 501(c)(3) tax–exempt by the Internal Revenue Service. Geographic areas funding interest include Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Lou…

IBM Corporate Citizenship

The primary focus of our corporate citizenship activities is on developing initiatives to address specific societal issues, such as the environment, community economic development, education, health, literacy, language and culture. We employ IBM’s most valuable resources, our technology and talent, in order to create innovative programs in these areas to assist communities around the world.

IDP Foundation

The IDP Foundation has three main areas of focus: Health care and medical research, Education, especially as it relates to the relief of poverty through empowerment of the individual. Performing Arts. However, the IDP Foundation does not strictly limit its activities to these three areas of focus. It is always aware of the importance of community involvement and is willing to address other areas of social impact.

Individual Artist Fellowship and Distinguished Artist Award

The Rasmuson Foundation has three award programs for individual artists. Funding is available for emerging, mid–career and mature artists working in a variety of mediums �“ from choreography to performance art to folk and traditional arts.

Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation

The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation was established in 1978 to promote and encourage the recognition and appreciation of excellence in the arts; to enhance cultural life internationally through the support of art exhibitions, scholarship, and the endowment of galleries at major museums; and to support biomedical research.

J.P. Morgan & Co. Inc.

In 2006, JPMorgan Chase will give more than $100 million through grants and sponsorships to thousands of not–for–profit organizations around the world. The firm also supports the individual interests of its global employee population through the Matching Gift program and offers opportunities to give back to the communities we serve through a range of volunteerism activities initiated by colleagues supporting our local, regional or national mark…

Jerome Foundation

The Jerome Foundation supports programs in dance, literature, media arts, music, theater, performance art, the visual arts, multidisciplinary work and arts criticism. It provides financial assistance to nonprofit, tax–exempt arts organizations that support emerging creative artists who are residents of Minnesota and New York City. Choreographers, film/video and other media artists, composers, literary artists, performance artists, playwrights, multid…

Jerome Robbins Foundation - HIV, Arts - National Focus

Jerome Robbins established the Foundation in 1958, in honor of his mother, with the intent to support dance, theater, and their associative arts. Later, following the outbreak of AIDS, he directed Foundation resources to the AIDS crisis which contributions continue today. Before his death, Mr. Robbins conveyed his wish that the Foundation extend its resources to the performing arts �“ dance and theater especially, though not exclusively. Accordingly…

John Deere Foundation

We provide donations and grants to nonprofit organizations, support a variety of local programs, and encourage our employees to volunteer their time and considerable talents to programs of their choice. Additionally, our focus on world hunger is helping people to build new lives for themselves and their families.

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

Knight Foundation concentrates its local funding on the 26 U.S. communities where the Knight brothers had newspaper interests, until their deaths. The Knight Foundation’s Six Funding Priorities include Education, Well–being of children and families, Housing and community development, Economic development, Civic engagement/positive human relations, Vitality of cultural life.

Johnson & Johnson

Through our contributions efforts, we are actively involved in supporting ongoing health care, educational and cultural programs. We are committed to a healthy environment through a reduction in our facility environmental impacts and our participation in conservation projects. Johnson & Johnson has established high standards for the health and safety of our workers and has worked with others in our community to share our knowledge in this area. Enhanci…

JP Morgan Chase

In 2006, JPMorgan Chase will give more than $100 million through grants and sponsorships to thousands of not–for–profit organizations around the world. The firm also supports the individual interests of its global employee population through the Matching Gift program and offers opportunities to give back to the communities we serve through a range of volunteerism activities initiated by colleagues supporting our local, regional or national mark…

Jubilation Foundation

We grant Jubilation Foundation Fellowships to individuals who have achieved a high level of expertise in making young people feel fully alive through rhythm as expressed in dance, music and poetry. These $5,000 fellowships are open to anyone living in the United States. We also provide grants to organizations that help young people feel fully alive through rhythm as expressed in dance, music and poetry.

Kenneth Rainin Foundation

The Kenneth Rainin Foundation is a private family foundation that funds inspiring and world–changing work. We are dedicated to enhancing quality of life by promoting equitable access to a baseline of literacy, enabling inspiration through the magic of the arts and providing opportunity for a healthy lifestyle for those with chronic disease. The Foundation will focus its efforts on the San Francisco Bay Area and specific medical issues and will utiliz…

Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation

Family founded through economic freedom, the Norris Foundation supports programs that advance better health and intellectual enlightenment through education, cultivation of the arts, individual responsibility, freedom and dignity.

Koch Family Foundations - National & International Focus

Beginning with the creation of the Fred C. and Mary R. Koch Foundation in 1953, Koch family foundations and philanthropy today include the Charles G. Koch Charitable Foundation, the David H. Koch Charitable Foundation and the Koch Cultural Trust. Their history of sustained giving, and focus on advancing liberty and freedom, has created opportunity throughout the world. Each Koch family foundation is managed independently, accepting applications and awardin…

Kresge Foundation

The Kresge Foundation awards grants to small, mid–size, and large nonprofit organizations in six fields of interest: health, the environment, community development, arts and culture, education, and human services. Working with our grantees, we endeavor to improve the life circumstances and opportunities for poor, disadvantaged and marginalized individuals, families, and communities. In 2008, we created three new programs �“ the Health Program,…

Lannan Foundation

Lannan supports individuals, organizations, and public events addressing one or more of these genres: Art, Cultural Freedom, Indigenous Communities, and Literary.

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Lillian Orlowsky and William Freed Grant

American painters aged 45 or older who demonstrate financial need are encouraged to apply for a grant. The primary emphasis is to promote public awareness and a commitment to American art, as well as encouraging interest in artists who lack adequate recognition. Grants range from $5,000 to $30,000.

Lindbergh Foundation

Grants are made in numerous areas of special interest to Charles and Anne Lindbergh, including aviation/aerospace, agriculture, arts and humanities, biomedical research and adaptive technology, conservation of natural resources, education, exploration, health and population sciences, intercultural communication, oceanography, waste disposal management, water resource management, and wildlife preservation.

Lucille Lortel Foundation

The Foundation offers unrestricted general operating support to small and midsize not–for–profit theatre companies, in grants that range from $2,500 to $25,000.

MacArthur Foundation

The MacArthur Foundation is one of the nation�™s largest independent foundations. Through the support it provides, the Foundation fosters the development of knowledge, nurtures individual creativity, strengthens institutions, helps improve public policy, and provides information to the public, primarily through support for public interest media. The Foundation has several programs that include International Program, Domestic Program: Affordable Hous…

Mardag Foundation - Minnesota

The Mardag Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life in Minnesota for children, seniors and other at–risk populations and for programs in education and arts.

May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust

The Trust was created in 1989 by May Smith to provide grants to organizations that serve the needs of children, the elderly, the disabled, and the disadvantaged. The Trust makes grants internationally, but is particularly interested in projects that serve people in the countries that May and her husband Stanley enjoyed visiting during their lifetimes: the United States, the Bahamas, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. The Charitable Trust provides s…

McKnight Foundation - Greater Minnesota

We support efforts to strengthen communities, families, and individuals, particularly those in need. We contribute to the arts, encourage preservation of our natural environment, and promote research in selected fields. We continually explore innovative ideas to advance our goals in partnership with those we serve.

MetLife Foundation

MetLife Foundation was established in 1976 by MetLife for the purpose of supporting educational, health and civic and cultural organizations. Our goals are to strengthen communities, promote good health and improve education.

Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund

The Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund provides grants, strategic support, and related management consulting to small and midsized arts organizations throughout the metropolitan Atlanta region.

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation

Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s dedication to supporting artists and their work is manifested primarily in its grants programs. The Foundation makes grants available to collaborating performing arts presenters to fund touring engagements through the ArtsConnect program. Grants for community artist–in–residence projects are made through the Foundation’s Artists and Communities program. Geographic focus areas: Delaware, District of Colum…

Mississippi Arts Commission

The Commission offers a wide range of grant opportunities and services through its program areas: Arts–Based Community Development, Arts Industry, Arts in Education, Whole Schools Initiative, Mississippi Heritage, Building Fund for the Arts, Individual Artists.

Music Performance Trust Funds

Today, while the Fund supports all types of music, a priority is music that enhances education and affords public school students an opportunity to enjoy live music and interact with professional musicians.

Nash Foundation - Minnesota

The Nash Foundation considers requests only from 501(c)(3) not–for–profit organizations. Our grant making is generally limited to organizations in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis–St. Paul. We also make a limited number of grants in communities that are of historic interest to The Foundation (but do not accept unsolicited proposals from these areas). We’re interested in the arts, the environment, and human services �” with a foc…

Nathan Cummings Foundation

The Nathan Cummings Foundation is rooted in the Jewish tradition and committed to democratic values and social justice, including fairness, diversity, and community. We seek to build a socially and economically just society that values nature and protects the ecological balance for future generations; promotes humane health care; and fosters arts and culture that enriches communities. The Foundation’s approach to grantmaking embodies some basic themes…

National Art Education Foundation

The National Art Education Foundation funding supports a wide variety of professional activities, including promotion of art education as an integral part of the curriculum; establishment and/or improvement of art instruction in public and private K–16 schools; promotion of the teaching of art through activities related to the instructional process, curriculum, student learning, student assessment, classroom behavior, management, or discipline; purch…

National Endowment for the Arts

Guidelines for Grants for Arts Projects are available on their web site. These guidelines encompass most of the agency’s organizational support categories.

National Film Preservation Foundation

The National Film Preservation Foundation (NFPF) is the nonprofit organization created by the U.S. Congress to help save America’s film heritage. We support activities nationwide that preserve American films and improve film access for study, education, and exhibition.

National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts

Identifies emerging artists and assists them at critical junctures in their educational and professional development, and to raise the appreciation for, and support of, the arts in American Society.

New England Foundation for the Arts

NEFA administers grant–making programs that support dance, performing arts, and public art projects in New England and beyond. To learn more about our grant programs, or to find out if you qualify for funding from NEFA, visit their grant programs overview page.

Nord Family Foundation

The Nord Family Foundation is interested in programs that strengthen families and improve public service. Grants are awarded in the fields of Health and Social Services, Education, Arts and Culture, and Civic Affairs. High priority is given to programs that address the needs of economically or socially disadvantaged families. Projects that attack root causes of social problems are also of special interest. The Foundation awards grants in several geograp…

PACCAR Foundation

The PACCAR Foundation is a private foundation formed in 1951. The Foundation usually directs its grants to organizations in those communities within the service area of a significant PACCAR presence, such as a factory or a major office. Grant recipients in locations where there is a significant PACCAR Inc presence usually include United Way, universities, hospitals and programs for the arts and economic education. The balance of the Foundation�™s gr…

Pew Charitable Trusts

The Pew Charitable Trusts serves the public interest by providing information, advancing policy solutions and supporting civic life. Areas of funding interest: Informing the Public – The Trusts informs the public on key issues and trends, as a highly credible source of independent, non–partisan research and polling information; Advancing Policy Solutions – The Trusts advances policy solutions on important issues facing the American people…

Pollock - Krasner Foundation, Inc.

The Pollock–Krasner Foundation�™s mission is to aid, internationally, those individuals who have worked as artists over a significant period of time. The Foundation�™s dual criteria for grants are recognizable artistic merit and financial need, whether professional, personal or both.

PPG Industries Foundation - Civic & Culture - Multiple States

For nearly 60 years, the PPG Industries Foundation has been reaching out to PPG communities across the nation with grants, outreach programs, relief funds, charitable efforts, educational programs and volunteers. The Foundation, established in 1951, demonstrates the values of PPG Industries, Inc. by enhancing the quality of life in communities where it has a presence. PPG also supports charitable causes through encouragement of employee volunteerism, invol…

Princess Grace Foundation

Princess Grace Foundation–USA is a not–for–profit, tax–exempt, publicly–supported corporation dedicated to identifying and assisting young artists in the fields of dance, theater and film in the United States.

Prudential Foundation - Multiple States

Each year, The Prudential Foundation invests over $25 million in grants in efforts that support the revitalization of communities and support Prudential employees’ community engagement efforts. STRATEGY – In order to promote sustainable communities and improve social outcomes for community residents, The Prudential Foundation focuses its strategy in the following areas: Education, Economic Development, Arts & Civic Infrastructure, Community….

RBC Foundation - USA - Multiple States

The RBC Foundation – USA supports charitable 501(c)(3) non–profit organizations with grants that focus on Arts & Culture, Human Services, or Youth Education. Advisory Boards representing a cross–section of business lines and branch representatives review all grant requests. Grants are only considered in communities where RBC Wealth Management has a business presence. See our blog for more information.

Rex Foundation - California

The Rex Foundation enabled the Grateful Dead to go beyond responding to multiple requests for contributions, and proactively provide extensive community support to creative endeavors in the arts, sciences, and education.

Robert Sterling Clark Foundation

The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation was incorporated in 1952, and since then has provided financial assistance to a wide variety of charitable organizations. Over the years, our program guidelines have evolved and changed. At present, we are concentrating our resources in the following three fields: Protecting Reproductive Rights and Health, Strengthening Cultural Institutions, Improving the Performance of Public Institutions.

Rockwell Automation

Rockwell Automation has identified Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education, as the company’s focused giving area. Contributions are also made to Health and Human Services, Arts and Culture and limited Civic organizations. Rockwell Automation focuses its funding on communities where we have a larger presence. Our major facilities in these cities evaluate requests and determine and prioritize need in their community. Grants are made f…

Sam & Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts

The Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts, Inc. recognizes the importance of its role in serving as a resource for artists. Although the Foundation has a small staff, we are always interested in discussing ideas that may help create new opportunities for the visual artist.

San Francisco Arts Commission

The San Francisco Arts Commission is the City agency that champions the arts in San Francisco. We believe that a creative cultural environment is essential to the City�™s well–being. Our programs integrate the arts into all aspects of City life.

Sara Lee Foundation

To ensure the most effective use of its grant funds, the Sara Lee Foundation operates within guidelines that direct its support to nonprofit organizations working in three areas: hunger, job training, and arts and culture (read more about the individual focus areas by following the links). To do this, we have organized our direct grants into two categories: Community Initiatives and Cultural. Nonprofit organizations that are located outside the Chicago met…

Shell Oil Company

The Shell Oil Company Foundation focus areas broadly include education, culture and the arts, civic and community, health and welfare, diversity and inclusiveness, and sustainable development interests.

Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation

The Foundation encourages and supports policy analysis, advocacy, and research, as well as educational and artistic activities that address issues around society’s changing family structure and its cultural and ethnic diversity. Our three main areas of activity are: Arts and Culture, Health and Human Services, and Civil Liberty and Social Justice. Our geographic domains are primarily, though not restricted to, the Himalayan region and the New York Cit…

SIA Foundation

The SIA Foundation Inc. is committed to making gifts to qualifying organizations, institutions, or entities within Indiana that will improve the quality of life and help meet the needs of the residents of the State of Indiana. The Foundation achieves this mission through cash grants which are used to support the funding of specific capital projects in the areas of: Arts and Culture, Education, Health and Welfare.

Sprint Foundation

The Foundation’s charitable giving program emphasizes the support of local and regional organizations in those communities in which the corporation has a major presence. Currently, those areas include Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York City (metro area), Orlando, San Francisco and Washington, D.C.; however, these areas are subject to change. Support of national organizations with a broad sphere of interest…

SRP - Arizona

SRP will focus its corporate contributions on consistent and meaningful involvement in community issues and programs in the areas of: Education, Arts and culture, Health and human services, Civic leadership, Environmental quality.

Sullivan Foundation

The goal of the Foundation is to to identify talented young singers and help them develop professional careers through a unique program providing continuing financial support over a period of five years.

Sunoco Foundation

Supporting communities in which Sunoco operates is the primary reason for The Sunoco Foundation�™s philanthropy. Funding areas of interest include Education, Health & Human Services, Art & Culture, Civic & Economic Development. Geographic scope: Primarily to organizations in areas where Sunoco has a major presence. Generally do not support national or international organizations. (Sunoco markets gasoline under the Sunoco�® brand thro…

Target Community Giving

Target offers store–based grants that support projects promoting early childhood education, the arts and family violence prevention.

The Big Read

The Big Read is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts, designed to restore reading to the center of American culture. The NEA presents The Big Read in partnership with Arts Midwest. The Big Read brings together partners across the country to encourage reading for pleasure and enlightenment.

The Butler Family Foundation

The Butler Family Foundation is governed by the children and grandchildren of Pat and Aimee Butler. The legacy of the founders continues in the Foundation’s priorities of supporting human services, including chemical dependency programs, and the arts. The environment has emerged as a new priority for the Foundation in the last decade. The Trustees of the Butler Family Foundation continue to honor Pat and Aimee’s commitment to the betterment of th…

The Milagro Foundation

The Milagro Foundation, founded by Carlos and Deborah Santana, provides financial assistance for children all over the world in the areas of health, education and the arts. The Santanas believe that life is a miracle (milagro) and that children everywhere deserve the opportunity to lead safe, healthy and educationally creative lives.

The ProvincetownArt Association and Museum

The objects and purposes of this association shall be to promote and cultivate the practice and appreciation of all branches of the fine arts, to assemble and maintain in the town of Provincetown

The Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation - Pennsylvania

The Foundation funds nonprofit organizations with a current 501(c)(3) status from the US Internal Revenue Service, arts and cultural activities, only activities that take place in the City of Philadelphia.

The Windmore Foundation for the Arts, Inc. - Virginia

Windmore is a non–profit organization based in Culpeper and was created to promote the arts in the Piedmont Area. Since its inception, Windmore has been a patron of theatre, art education, dance, literature, music, and visual arts.

Tiffany Foundation

Since its inception in 1837, Tiffany & Co. has been guided by the belief that a successful company has a responsibility to the greater community. Through The Tiffany & Co. Foundation, the company broadens the scope of its corporate giving efforts with grants to nonprofit organizations dedicated to the education and preservation of the arts and environmental conservation.

United States Artists

Dedicated to arts advocacy, support, and funding of the top American artists.

United Technologies - Regional

UTC invests in communities where its employees live and work to promote arts and culture and attract students to math and science education. Because of our strong commitment to conservation and sustainability, part of our work is also centered on environmental causes. In 2009, UTC contributed $19 million to non–profit organizations around the world. UTC’s grant making is centered on the geographic regions where our employees live and work.

VSA arts

VSA arts is an international, nonprofit organization founded in 1974 by Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smith to create a society where all people with disabilities learn through, participate in and enjoy the arts.

W.L.S. Spencer Foundation

The mission of The W.L.S. Spencer Foundation is to fund activities, anywhere in the world, which foster new and innovative ideas in education. We hope the initiatives we fund embrace and encourage creativity and risk taking. Program areas: Arts: We fund the educational activities, publications and outreach associated with innovative art and/or contemporary art exhibitions. We are interested in projects that encourage knowledge about art and culture, foster…

Wachovia Foundation

The Wachovia Foundation is a private foundation that is funded annually by Wachovia Corporation. We provide grants to eligible 501(c)(3) tax–exempt organizations in two primary and two secondary focus areas. Primary Focus Areas: Education, Community Development. Secondary Focus Areas: Health and Human Services, Arts and Culture. Geographical areas: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Yor…

Wallace Foundation - National Focus

The Wallace Foundation, nationally recognized today for its involvement in educational and cultural programs, traces its origins back a half century to the philanthropic impulses of DeWitt and Lila Acheson Wallace, founders of The Reader�™s Digest Association. Wallace is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The Foundation focuses exclusively on three major areas: Strengthening educational leadership in ways that significantly improve student achieve…

Weitz Family Foundation - Arts, Education, Public Housing - National Focus

The Weitz Family Foundation seeks to break the cycle of poverty through the enrichment of body, mind, and spirit by empowering individuals, agencies, and organizations that work to improve the quality of life and to promote an equitable and peaceful society. The Foundation has particular interest in the areas of education, public housing, and the arts and seeks individuals, agencies, and organizations with vision, integrity, creativity and passion.

Wells Fargo

The merger of Wells Fargo and Wachovia makes our presence twice as strong in the communities we serve. Investing in our communities, especially now, is a way for us to help create future economic growth and prosperity in the communities where we live and work. In 2008 our combined giving to nonprofits surpassed $226 million, up five percent over the previous year. That�™s $618,000 dollars every single day to nonprofits supporting education, communit…

Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation - National & International Focus

The Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation supports programs of national and international significance that promote the welfare of human and natural resources. These efforts will enhance the creativity, strengths and skills already possessed by those in need and reinforce the sustaining processes inherent in nature. The Weyerhaeuser Family Foundation’s General Program funds projects in the following areas: Arts, Education, Environment, Conservation and Prese…

William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation makes grants to address the most serious social and environmental problems facing society, where risk capital, responsibly invested, may make a difference over time. The Foundation places a high value on sustaining and improving institutions that make positive contributions to society. Areas of funding interest include Education, the Environment, Global Development, Performing Arts, Population, Health.

Wyoming Arts Council

The Nonprofit Organizations Program assists Wyoming�™s nonprofit arts organizations, schools, colleges, museums, libraries and performing arts presenters through grants and technical assistance/information services.