1.
  (Atlanta, Georgia)
Geographic Focus: Atlanta, Georgia
376
2.
100 Women Charitable Foundation   (Los Altos, California)
Geographic Focus: Applicant organizations must be based in San Mateo or Santa Clara counties.
223
3.
Abell-Hanger Foundation   (Midland, Texas)
Geographic Focus: Located in the State of Texas
503
4.
Albert I. Pierce Foundation   (Albuquerque, New Maxico)
Geographic Focus: State of New Mexico
474
5.
Alden and Vada Dow Family Foundations   (Midland, Michigan)
Geographic Focus: The Foundations make grants in Central and Northern Michigan, with a particular focus on Midland, Bay, and Saginaw Counties.
462
6.
Aldine Education Foundation   (Houston, Texas)
Geographic Focus: The Aldine Education Foundation is organized exclusively for charitable and educational purposes to benefit the Aldine Independent School District located in Houston, Texas.
245
7.
Alexander Eastman Foundation   (Concord, New Hampshire )
Geographic Focus: The Alexander Eastman Foundation is a grant making foundation serving the Derry area of New Hampshire, including the towns of Derry, Londonderry, Windham, Chester, Hampstead and Sandown.
135
8.
Allergan Foundation   (Irvine, California)
Geographic Focus: In recognition of the source of the Foundation's endowment, priority is given to grant applications supporting regions where the majority of Allergan employees live and work, with a focus on Orange County, California; Santa Barbara County, California; and McLennan County, Texas.
163
9.
Altman Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York
248
10.
Amon G. Carter Foundation   (Fort Worth, Texas)
131
11.
Annenberg Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
148
12.
Annie E. Casey Foundation   (Baltimore, Maryland)
294
13.
Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation   (Atlanta, Georgia)
Geographic Focus: In nearly all cases, Foundation grants in these areas are limited to work in Georgia.
366
14.
Athens Foundation   (Athens, Ohio)
383
15.
Atwood Foundation   (Anchorage, Alaska)
Geographic Focus: The Atwood Foundation only gives grants to non-profit organizations based in the Anchorage Borough who specialize in arts and education.
126
16.
Avon Foundation for Women   (New York, New York)
301
17.
Beaumont Foundation   (Beaumont, Texas)
186
18.
Beck Foundation   (Fairfax Station, Virginia)
259
19.
Beim Foundation   (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Geographic Focus: The Beim Foundation invites proposals in the areas of arts, education, environment and human services from specific counties in California, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana and Washington State.
165
20.
Beirne Carter Foundation   (Richmond, Virginia)
Geographic Focus: Virginia
133
21.
Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation   (Sheffield, Massachusetts)
256
22.
Blue River Community Foundation   (Shelbyville, Indiana)
Geographic Focus: The Blue River Community Foundation is a nonprofit, community corporation created by and for the people of the Shelby County area.
349
23.
Boettcher Foundation   (Denver, Colorado)
177
24.
Bozeman Schools Foundation   (Bozeman, Montana)
343
25.
Brady Education Foundation   (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
178
26.
Brain Research Foundation   (Chicago, Illinois)
268
27.
Butte Education Foundation   (Butte, Montana)
346
28.
Cailloux Foundation   (Kerrville, Texas)
Geographic Focus: Only grant proposals originating in Kerr and the surrounding communities (Gillespie, Bandera, Edwards, Real, and Kimble Counties) will be considered.
417
29.
California Community Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
392
30.
Cannon Foundation   (Concord, North Carolina)
Geographic Focus: Cabarrus County is the primary geographic area of interest, although grants are made throughout North Carolina, especially in rural areas.
127
31.
Cape Fear Memorial Foundation   (Wilmington, North Carolina)
Geographic Focus: Qualifying organizations must be located within an approximate 50 mile radius of Wilmington, North Carolina.
128
32.
Geographic Focus: The Foundation's grantmaking is focused geographically on the following areas: Dallas-Fort Worth area (5 counties), West Texas (38 counties), Arkansas Delta and Southern regions (32 counties).
140
33.
Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
Geographic Focus: The vast majority of funding is done in the Greater Los Angeles area. The Foundation does not fund work that is done outside of the United States of America.
362
34.
Cedarmere Foundation   (Seattle, Washington)
214
35.
Change Happens Foundation   (Erie, Colorado)
190
36.
Charles A. Frueauff Foundation   (Little Rock, Arkansas)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation primarily funds the South, Midwest and Northeast regions.
506
37.
Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
281
38.
Charles Hayden Foundation   (New York, New York)
270
39.
Charles Lafitte Foundation   (Brielle, New Jersey)
353
40.
Christian Foundation   (Parker, Colorado)
147
41.
Christopher Ludwick Foundation   (Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania)
377
42.
Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
Geographic Focus: The foundation gives priority to proposals from California organizations
477
43.
Cleveland Foundation   (Cleveland, Ohio)
Geographic Focus: The Cleveland Foundation is the community foundation serving Greater Cleveland, including Cuyahoga, Lake, and Geauga counties.
421
44.
Conn Memorial Foundation   (Tampa, Florida)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation funds solely within Hillsborough County, Florida.
275
45.
Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation   (Binghamton, New York)
Geographic Focus: Grants are limited to qualified nonprofit organizations located in Broome County, New York or primarily serving its residents.
243
46.
Curtis and Edith Munson Foundation   (, Washington, D.C)
Geographic Focus: Some grants are made for projects that cover both Alabama and Florida.
380
47.
Custer County Foundation   (Broken Bow, Nebraska)
Geographic Focus: All non-profit organizations in Custer County are eligible.
435
48.
Dart Foundation   (Mason, Michigan)
384
49.
Dedalus Foundation   (New York, New York)
326
50.
DEW Foundation   (Reno, Nevada)
288
51.
Dimmer Family Foundation   (Tacoma, Washington)
196
52.
Domanica Foundation   (Denison, Texas)
484
53.
Geographic Focus: DeKalb County, Illinois
498
54.
Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Foundation   (Jenkintown, Pennsylvania)
309
55.
Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation   (Martinsburg, West Virginia)
Geographic Focus: The Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation serves the community of Eastern West Virginia including Jefferson, Berkeley, and Morgan Counties.
423
56.
Eckerd Family Foundation   (Tampa, Florida)
370
57.
Edwin S. Webster Foundation   (Boston, Massachusetts)
357
58.
Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation   (Winter Park, Florida)
Geographic Focus: Organization must be headquartered within Orange, Seminole, Osceola or Lake Counties, Florida.
413
59.
El Pomar Foundation   (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Geographic Focus: We make grants and operate programs that impact residents of all 64 Colorado counties.
457
60.
Emergency Medicine Foundation   (Dallas, Texas)
306
61.
F.M. Kirby Foundation   (Morristown, New Jersey)
141
62.
Ferndale Community Foundation   (Ferndale, Michigan)
274
63.
Flora Family Foundation   (Menlo Park, California)
361
64.
Fresno Regional Foundation   (Fresno, California)
280
65.
GE Foundation   (Fairfield, Connecticut)
286
66.
George Gund Foundation   (Cleveland, Ohio)
363
67.
Geographic Focus: Throughout their lives, George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles were committed to supporting important community needs in Utah.
282
68.
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation   (Morristown, New Jersey)
Geographic Focus: Be a 501(c)(3) organization that makes its home in or has a significant impact on New Jersey.
444
69.
Gladys Brooks Foundation   (Garden City, New York)
Geographic Focus: Generally the Board will only entertain grant applications from Applicants located in the states of: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Vermont.
264
70.
Green Family Foundation   (Miami Beach, Florida)
Geographic Focus: We mostly fund programs that have an impact in our community here in Miami.
371
71.
Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation   (Battle Creek, Michigan)
Geographic Focus: Primarily Calhoun County, Organizations serving Calhoun County and headquartered elsewhere, Exceptions at the Board's discretion.
205
72.
Gulf Coast Community Foundation   (Gulfport, Mississippi)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation meets this mission by developing and managing a comprehensive base of endowment funds – an expanding pool of charitable dollars, permanently committed to meeting the needs of the people of South MS.
283
73.
Harold Simmons Foundation   (Dallas, Texas)
Geographic Focus: We focus our support on Dallas area nonprofit organizations.
411
74.
Harriet H. Samuelsson Foundation   (Oxnard, California)
Geographic Focus: The Harriet H. Samuelsson Foundation provides grants to 501(c)(3) organizations that support youth in Ventura County, California or are engaged in cancer research.
277
75.
Harry Chapin Foundation   (Huntington, New York)
269
76.
Hearst Foundations   (New York, New York)
433
77.
Geographic Focus: The Foundation directs its philanthropic resources primarily to tax-exempt organizations in Colorado, Idaho and Oregon.
478
78.
Herbert Mahne Family Foundation   (Malibu, California)
206
79.
Horne Family Foundation   (Mill Valley, California)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation seeks to distribute grants in the Merrimack Valley region and Southern New Hampshire, as well as endeavors on a national and global level.
358
80.
Hoyt Foundation   (Binghamton, New York)
Geographic Focus: Organizations must be located in, or directly serving residents of Broome County, New York.
379
81.
Irene W. and C.B. Pennington Foundation   (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
Geographic Focus: Most of the foundation's giving focuses on organizations and agencies within the Greater Baton Rouge area and the surrounding parishes. This includes East Baton Rouge, East Feliciana, Pointe Coupee, and West Feliciana Parishes.
279
82.
Irving S. Gilmore Foundation   (Kalamazoo, Michigan)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation supports Kalamazoo County.
463
83.
J. F Maddox Foundation   (Hobbs, New Mexico)
Geographic Focus: The J. F Maddox Foundation has a geographical mission statement that provides funding to non-profit organizations that benefit the people of Lea County, New Mexico.
201
84.
Geographic Focus: Supporting the arts and education throughout the state of Oregon.
467
85.
James Graham Brown Foundation   (Louisville, Kentucky)
Geographic Focus: Foundation grants are limited to the Louisville metropolitan area and the state of Kentucky.
493
86.
Jim Moran Foundation   (Deerfield Beach, Florida)
209
87.
John T. Vucurevich Foundation   (Rapid City, South Dakota)
Geographic Focus: Rapid City, Black Hills, South Dakota
137
88.
Jones Foundation   (Washington, DC, )
Geographic Focus: We will strive to build partnerships that help us fulfill our mission of making a difference in the Metropolitan Washington D.C. and surrounding areas.
341
89.
Joseph Drown Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
314
90.
Joy McCann Foundation   (Tampa, Florida)
Geographic Focus: Tampa Bay Area, Florida
266
91.
Joyce Foundation   (Chicago, Illinois)
175
92.
Keller Family Foundation   (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation's primary region of interest is New Orleans, Louisiana and its surrounding communities.
450
93.
Koret Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
164
94.
Kresge Foundation   (Troy, Michigan)
149
95.
Lake Tahoe Educational Foundation   (South Lake Tahoe, California)
257
96.
Lawrence Foundation   (Santa Monica, California)
150
97.
Leakey Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
289
98.
Leopold Schepp Foundation   (New York, New York)
327
99.
Lily Auchincloss Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York City
502
100.
Little Heroes Foundation   (Provo, Utah)
278
101.
Lyme/Old Lyme Education Foundation   (Old Lyme, Connecticut)
240
102.
Geographic Focus: For our purposes, Northeast Ohio consists of Ashland, Ashtabula, Carroll, Columbiana, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Holmes, Jefferson, Lake, Lorain, Mahoning, Medina, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, and Wayne counties.
271
103.
Marguerite Casey Foundation   (Seattle, Washington)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation funds in the following regions of the United States: the West, beginning in California; the Southwest, including the U.S./Mexico Border; the South; the Midwest, beginning with Chicago, IL.
459
104.
Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation   (Baltimore, Maryland)
Geographic Focus:

Applications are accepted from organizations located within the Archdiocese of Baltimore.

  • Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Garrett, Harford, Howard and Washington.
510
105.
Marshwood Education Foundation   (South Berwick, Maine)
Geographic Focus: The Marshwood Education Foundation has been formed to support innovation and excellence through grants for the Eliot and South Berwick schools.
342
106.
Martha Holden Jennings Foundation   (Cleveland, Ohio)
203
107.
Mary Duke Biddle Foundation   (Durham, North Carolina)
207
108.
Mary Morton Parsons Foundation   (Richmond, Virginia)
262
109.
Mayer & Morris Kaplan Family Foundation   (Highland Park, Illinois)
Geographic Focus: We will only fund organizations located in the city of Chicago.
329
110.
McConnell Foundation   (Redding, California)
340
111.
Meadows Foundation   (Dallas, Texas)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation provides grants throughout the State of Texas but tries to allocate between one-third and one-half of its grant resources to organizations helping those in the Dallas area.
426
112.
Meemic Foundation   (Auburn Hills, Michigan)
298
113.
Meyer Foundation   (Washington, District of Columbia)
Geographic Focus:

Organizations must serve the people and communities of the Washington, DC metropolitan region, defined by the Foundation as:

  • Washington, DC
  • Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, Maryland
  • Arlington, Fairfax, and Prince William counties, and the cities of Alexandria, Falls Church, Manassas, and Manassas Park, Virginia
410
114.
Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation   (Birmingham, Alabama)
Geographic Focus:

Grants from the Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation are made to support:

  • programs that impact the Birmingham metro area;
  • programs that impact the Woodlawn area of Birmingham;
  • programs that impact the Black Belt area in Alabama;
  • programs that impact the State of Alabama as a whole or influence policy change at the state level.
401
115.
Milken Family Foundation   (Santa Monica, California)
339
116.
Miller-Dwan Foundation   (Duluth, Minnesota)
Geographic Focus: We're here to promote the well-being of the people of northeastern Minnesota, northwestern Wisconsin and northern Michigan.
258
117.
Murphy Family Foundation   (Pepper Pike, Ohio)
374
118.
Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation   (Monterey, California)
184
119.
New Hampshire Charitable Foundation   (Concord, New Hampshire)
Geographic Focus: Regions include: Capital, Lakes, Manchester, Monadnock, Nashua, North Country, Piscataqua and Upper Valley
420
120.
Nord Family Foundation   (Amherst, Ohio)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation awards grants primarily in the environs of Lorain County, Ohio, with additional support in Cuyahoga County, Ohio (Cleveland and the surrounding area).
350
121.
Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation   (Manchester, New Hampshire)
195
122.
NRA Foundation   (Fairfax, Virginia)
321
123.
Oracle Education Foundation   (Redwood Shores, California)
311
124.
Orfalea Foundations   (Santa Barbara, California)
347
125.
Paul G. Allen Family Foundation   (Seattle, Washington)
146
126.
Pinkerton Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York City
211
127.
Powell Foundation   (Houston, Texas)
Geographic Focus: The Powell Foundation places priority on organizations and programs that serve residents in Harris, Travis and Walker counties.
162
128.
Priddy Foundation   (Wichita Falls, Texas)
Geographic Focus:

The foundation considers grant applications from organizations in the Wichita Falls, Texas area.

  • In Texas, the following counties: Archer, Baylor, Childress, Clay, Cottle, Foard, Hardeman, Haskell, Jack, King, Knox, Montague, Stonewall, Throckmorton, Wichita, Wilbarger, Wise, and Young.

In Oklahoma, the following counties:

  • Comanche, Cotton, Jackson, Jefferson, Stephens, and Tillman
481
129.
Prospect Hill Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation’s grants support activities mainly in the northeastern United States.
198
130.
Ralph M. Parsons Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
Geographic Focus: The Parsons Foundation grants are limited to organizations providing services in Los Angeles County.
251
131.
Rapides Foundation   (Alexandria, Louisiana)
Geographic Focus: Projects must directly benefit residents or organizations within the nine parish Foundation service area: Allen, Avoyelles, Catahoula, Grant, LaSalle, Natchitoches, Rapides, Vernon and Winn.
416
132.
Richard and Ethel Herzfeld Foundation   (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Geographic Focus: Funding is restricted to Wisconsin-based organizations with an emphasis on those that benefit the people of the Greater Milwaukee area.
204
133.
Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation   (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Geographic Focus: Dakota, Hennepin and Ramsey counties of Minnesota
491
134.
Riley Foundation   (Meridian, Mississippi)
Geographic Focus: Organization must be located in Lauderdale County, Mississippi, and provide services for the citizens of Lauderdale County, Mississippi.
412
135.
RosaMary Foundation   (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation supports grant seekers within the Greater New Orleans area.
414
136.
Safeway Foundation   (Pleasanton, California)
292
137.
Samuel P. Pardoe Foundation   (Boston, Massachusetts)
Geographic Focus: Grantmaking is limited to organizations located within or serving the City of Laconia, the Towns of Gilford and Meredith, and their year-round residents.
359
138.
San Ramon Arts Foundation   (San Ramon, California)
276
139.
Sarkeys Foundation   (Norman, Oklahoma)
Geographic Focus: Most organizations classified by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) that is not a private foundation headquartered and offering services in Oklahoma may apply.
460
140.
Shubert Foundation   (New York, New York)
215
141.
SIA Foundation   (Lafayette, Indiana)
300
142.
Skaneateles Education Foundation   (Skaneateles, New York)
Geographic Focus: Locally, there are foundations supporting Auburn, Union Springs, Fayetteville-Manlius and Syracuse City schools.
375
143.
Sorenson Legacy Foundation   (Salt Lake City, Utah)
166
144.
St. Croix Valley Foundation   (Hudson, Wisconsin)
Geographic Focus: The mission of the St. Croix Valley Foundation is to advance the quality of life in the St. Croix Valley of Wisconsin and Minnesota.
244
145.
Stuart Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation's funding is limited to organizations whose work benefits children and youth in the States of California and Washington.
324
146.
The Abell Foundation   (Baltimore, Maryland)
317
147.
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundation   (Jacksonville, Florida)
381
148.
The Brown Foundation   (Houston, Texas)
316
149.
The Cyrus Eaton Foundation   (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)
Geographic Focus: The focus of our grant-making is northern Ohio and the Cleveland area.
470
150.
The Denver Foundation   (Denver, Colorado)
303
151.
The Fred C. Gloeckner Foundation   (Harrison, New York)
388
152.
The Kerr Foundation   (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
Geographic Focus: The organization is located in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Texas or Washington D.C.
505
153.
The Ray Charles Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
Geographic Focus: The Ray Charles Foundation funds grants to organizations and programs incorporated and delivering services in the United States.
437
154.
The Reinberger Foundation   (Cleveland, Ohio)
Geographic Focus: Preferential consideration is given to organizations serving Northeast Ohio, or the greater-Columbus area.
487
155.
The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation   (New York, New York)
390
156.
The Starr Foundation   (New York, New York)
516
157.
Thomas C. Ackerman Foundation   (La Mesa, California)
Geographic Focus: San Diego County, California
138
158.
Thomas J. Long Foundation   (Walnut Creek, California)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation primarily funds charitable programs and services which are of particular benefit to residents of Hawaii and the five Northern California counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa, Solano, and Sonoma. Preference among the California counties is ordinarily given to Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. Proposals which do not focus on Hawaii or the five designated Northern California counties are unlikely to be funded and it is rarely worthwhile to submit a proposal.
439
159.
Thomas W. Briggs Foundation   (Memphis, Tennessee)
143
160.
Verizon Foundation   (Basking Ridge, New Jersey)
404
161.
W. Clement & Jessie V. Stone Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
Geographic Focus: Foundation concentrates its giving in Chicago, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York and Boston.
496
162.
Walton Family Foundation   (Bentonville, Arkansas)
396
163.
Webber Family Foundation   (Austin, Texas)
255
164.
Weingart Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
Geographic Focus: Priority is given to organizations providing services in the following seven Southern California Counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego (Small Grant Program only), Santa Barbara, and Ventura.
217
165.
485
166.
Wyoming Community Foundation   (Laramie, Wyoming)
422
167.
Wyoming Women's Foundation   (Laramie, Wyoming)
369
168.
Yarmouth Education Foundation   (Yarmouth, Maine)
Geographic Focus: Yarmouth, Maine
285
169.
Yawkey Foundations   (Dedham, Massachusetts)
Geographic Focus: New England or Georgetown County, South Carolina.
494
170.
York Education Foundation   (York, Maine)
Geographic Focus: York, Maine
284
171.
Zeist Foundation   (Atlanta, Georgia)
Geographic Focus: Atlanta, Georgia
499