Associated with a corporation, funded by the corporation and/or its employees, and making grants in a variety of program areas.
Site provides information on Adobe software product donations.
Grantmaking areas include education, arts and culture, and civic and community service.
Established in 1955 to fund programs for economic opportunity and physical emotional well-being of women. Details about breast cancer funding, economic and diversity programs, and children's charity work offered.
Interests include children, health education, and health care.
Grantmaking in three areas: "civic and community programs; science education and workforce development; and the arts, arts education and culture."
Funding interests are focused on "grass roots organizing" in communities. Guidelines, recipient list, and application form.
Group of outdoor businesses whose collective contributions support grassroots citizen-action groups and their efforts to protect wild and natural areas where outdoor enthusiasts recreate.
Funds teaching and research in accounting, business, and related fields within the U.S.
Dedicated to funding programs in community service, the environment, and education.
Information on funding for children, education, volunteerism, economic and community revitalization, and the environment.
Funds programs in a variety of areas, including education and children's services, the arts, community service, the environment, AIDS, and literacy.
Provides an overview of the corporation's support in the arts, education, development, and other areas, through the ExxonMobil Foundation, direct grantmaking, and other vehicles.
Funds projects in a variety of areas in communities in which Gannett "has a local daily newspaper, broadcast station or cable TV operation."
Areas of funding interest include education, arts and culture, and public policy.
Monsanto Fund is the philanthropic arm of Monsanto Company. Supports varied organizations around the globe with the goal to improve people's lives by bridging the gap between their needs and their resources.
Partners with education, economic development, and environmental organizations in Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina. Annual report available.
The Adolph Coors Foundation contains the annual report along with guidelines and procedures to apply for grants.
Funding interest areas include health, education, and the arts. Site provides grantmaking guidelines.
Primary areas of interest feature youth and educational programs, particularly math and science education, and to selected colleges and universities, specifically engineering and business programs.
Funds programs which deal specifically with projects for children and families, including drug and alcohol abuse, child abuse, community violence, and school retention.
Contributes to human services, community development, educational enterprises, and cultural opportunities.
US. Funds community and children's programs in Texas, Tennessee, Idaho, and Oregon. Gives application guidelines and dates.
Supports all qualified nonprofit organizations with a valid tax-exempt ID, 501(C)3 with a goal of assisting communities in the United States.
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