Welcome! Here are this week’s recommended foundations. These grants will be for various types of organizations, so they may not always be a perfect fit for you. However, there will be some that are. We also offer customized grant research reports that offer grants researched specifically for your organization, provide you with all of the submission requirements, deadlines, and a researched recommended request amount so that you can put your best effort forward when you apply.
This week’s focus is on Veterans Programs. Some of the deadlines may have passed, but you can keep this information for their next funding cycle.
Lucille and Bruce Lambert Charitable Foundation
The Lucille and Bruce Lambert Charitable Foundation makes grants to organizations in the following interest areas:
- Animal welfare, domestic
- Education – graduate, higher, professional, university
- Health and nursing
- Homeless shelters
- Human services
- Religion – Christianity
- Special populations such as Down Syndrome individuals, homeless, and veterans.
- Youth development
Support is provided for capital campaigns, building, and general support.
Although the Foundation has not specified any geographic restrictions, grant making is focused in the District of Columbia, Indiana, Maryland, Missouri, and Virginia.
Interested applicants may submit a letter of inquiry or proposal. There is no deadline; requests may be made at any time.
Attn: Cynthia Butler, President
210 Powhatan Street
Falls Church, VA 22043
Raymond Mallel Foundation
The Raymond Mallel Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations in California, with a focus on the Los Angeles area. Interest areas include education, health, support of abused children, Israeli-focused organizations, Judaism/synagogues, veterans, and bereaved families of fallen soldiers.
Interested applicants should submit a letter of inquiry, including a detailed description of the project and amount of funding requested. Inquiries may be submitted at any time. The deadlines in Grant Gopher are for tracking Acceptances are sent out at the end of November.
The Foundation does not have a website at this time.
Attn: Raymond Mallel
P.O. Box 261114
Encino, CA 91436
Ruth McCormick Tankersley Charitable Trust
The Ruth McCormick Tankersley Charitable Trust makes grants primarily for literacy education, environmental education, human services, animal welfare, veterans programs, and equine therapy / therapeutic riding programs.
Other funding areas of interest include:
- Arts and culture
- Community improvement
- Education (elementary, secondary, higher)
- Social rights
- Special population support
- Specialty hospital care
- Wildlife and sanctuaries
- Women’s health
No geographic restrictions have been specified, though funding is concentrated in Arizona and Florida.
Interested applicants should send a proposal. There is no deadline, and proposals may be submitted anytime.
The Trust does not have a website at this time.
Attn: Lynne Davies
3430 E. Sunrise Drive, Suite 200
Tucson, AZ 85718