1.
Abell-Hanger Foundation   (Midland, Texas)
Geographic Focus: Located in the State of Texas
503
2.
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
3.
Alliance Healthcare Foundation   (San Diego, California)
Geographic Focus: Alliance Healthcare Foundation (AHF) works to advance health and wellness for the most vulnerable – the poor, working poor, children and homeless in San Diego & Imperial Counties.
139
4.
Altman Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York
248
5.
Andy Warhol Foundation   (New York, New York)
241
6.
Beirne Carter Foundation   (Richmond, Virginia)
Geographic Focus: Virginia
133
7.
Boettcher Foundation   (Denver, Colorado)
177
8.
Caring for Colorado Foundation   (Denver, Colorado)
Geographic Focus: Colorado
134
9.
Charles A. Frueauff Foundation   (Little Rock, Arkansas)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation primarily funds the South, Midwest and Northeast regions.
506
10.
Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
281
11.
Christian Foundation   (Parker, Colorado)
147
12.
Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
Geographic Focus: The foundation gives priority to proposals from California organizations
477
13.
Con Alma Health Foundation   (Santa Fe, New Mexico)
Geographic Focus: The foundation makes its grants to 501 (c) (3) organizations within the state of New Mexico.
355
14.
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
15.
Craig-Scheckman Family Foundation   (Steamboat Springs, Colorado)
Geographic Focus: Routt County, Colorado.
458
16.
Custer County Foundation   (Broken Bow, Nebraska)
Geographic Focus: All non-profit organizations in Custer County are eligible.
435
17.
Dart Foundation   (Mason, Michigan)
384
18.
Dayton Foundation   (Dayton, Ohio)
Geographic Focus: Benefit the citizens in the Greater Dayton Region
465
19.
Delaplaine Foundation, Inc.   (Frederick, Maryland)
Geographic Focus: Maryland, nearby states and the District of Columbia.
488
20.
Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins Foundation   (Jenkintown, Pennsylvania)
309
21.
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
22.
Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation   (Winter Park, Florida)
Geographic Focus: Organization must be headquartered within Orange, Seminole, Osceola or Lake Counties, Florida.
413
23.
El Pomar Foundation   (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Geographic Focus: We make grants and operate programs that impact residents of all 64 Colorado counties.
457
24.
F.M. Kirby Foundation   (Morristown, New Jersey)
141
25.
Faye McBeath Foundation   (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Geographic Focus: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington counties.
490
26.
Ferndale Community Foundation   (Ferndale, Michigan)
274
27.
Flora Family Foundation   (Menlo Park, California)
361
28.
GE Foundation   (Fairfield, Connecticut)
286
29.
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
30.
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
31.
Hearst Foundations   (New York, New York)
433
32.
Heckscher Foundation for Children   (New York, New York)
183
33.
Geographic Focus: The Foundation directs its philanthropic resources primarily to tax-exempt organizations in Colorado, Idaho and Oregon.
478
34.
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
35.
Hoyt Foundation   (Binghamton, New York)
Geographic Focus: Organizations must be located in, or directly serving residents of Broome County, New York.
379
36.
Irvine Health Foundation   (Irvine, California)
Geographic Focus: IHF is a grant-making foundation dedicated to improving the welfare of all Orange County residents.
403
37.
Jacob & Charlotte Lehrman Foundation   (Washington, District of Columbia)
409
38.
James Graham Brown Foundation   (Louisville, Kentucky)
Geographic Focus: Foundation grants are limited to the Louisville metropolitan area and the state of Kentucky.
493
39.
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
40.
Joseph Drown Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
314
41.
Joy McCann Foundation   (Tampa, Florida)
Geographic Focus: Tampa Bay Area, Florida
266
42.
Kresge Foundation   (Troy, Michigan)
149
43.
Lintilhac Foundation   (Shelburne, Vermont)
Geographic Focus: In general, the Foundation’s grant program emphasizes institutions and organizations serving the people of north central Vermont, including Chittenden, Lamoille, and Washington counties.
260
44.
Little Heroes Foundation   (Provo, Utah)
278
45.
Mahtomedi Area Educational Foundation   (Mahtomedi, Minnesota)
254
46.
Mat-Su Health Foundation   (Wasilla, Alaska)
197
47.
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
48.
Medica Foundation   (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
Geographic Focus: Funding is provided to organizations within Medica’s service area in Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota.
318
49.
MetroWest Health Foundation   (Framingham, Massachusetts)
253
50.
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
51.
Mohonasen Foundation   (Schenectady, New York)
182
52.
Nancy Buck Ransom Foundation   (Monterey, California)
184
53.
Nathan Cummings Foundation   (New York, New York)
429
54.
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
55.
Norwin S. and Elizabeth N. Bean Foundation   (Manchester, New Hampshire)
195
56.
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
57.
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
58.
Prime Health Foundation   (Kansas City, Missouri)
Geographic Focus: We support grants from the six-county bi-state area: Clay, Platte and Cass in Missouri and Johnson and Wyandotte in Kansas.
142
59.
Ralph M. Parsons Foundation   (Los Angeles, California)
Geographic Focus: The Parsons Foundation grants are limited to organizations providing services in Los Angeles County.
251
60.
S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation   (San Francisco, California)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation focuses its support on organizations working in the San Francisco Bay Area and California.
436
61.
Sid W. Richardson Foundation   (Fort Worth, Texas)
Geographic Focus: Supporting nonprofit organizations that serve the people of Texas.
402
62.
Sierra Health Foundation   (Sacramento, California)
151
63.
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
64.
St. David's Foundation   (Austin, Texas)
Geographic Focus: Eligible organizations will have 501 (c) (3) tax-exempt status and service area in one or more of the following counties: Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, Williamson.
272
65.
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
66.
The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation   (New York, New York)
390
67.
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
68.
Geographic Focus: The opportunity to create the Foundation stemmed from the Seattle Thunderbirds Hockey Club move to Kent. As a result, the Foundation wishes to focus the majority of our support in our new community of South King County, and the South Puget Sound region.
231
69.
Washington Square Health Foundation   (Chicago, Illinois)
176
70.
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
71.
WellPoint Foundation   (Indianapolis, Indiana)
290
72.
Wyoming Community Foundation   (Laramie, Wyoming)
422