Foundation Grants List 4/15/2020

Grant Recommendations

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 Agriculture Programs. Some of the deadlines may have passed, but you can keep this information for their next funding cycle.

Anderson Foundation

Anderson Foundation makes grants primarily for community funds, higher and secondary education, and cultural programs; support also for social service and youth agencies, civic and community efforts, educational and research associations, and religion.
Related fields of interest include: agriculture; arts; children/youth, services; community/economic development; federated giving programs; government/public administration; and human services.
The foundation provides the following types of support: annual campaigns; building/renovation; capital campaigns; conferences/seminars; emergency funds; general/operating support; matching/challenge support; program development; publication; research; scholarship funds; and seed money.
Giving is primarily in the greater Toledo, Ohio, area, including Maumee and Columbus. Giving also to organizations located within the areas of the Anderson plants in the following cities: Champaign, Illinois; Delphi and Dunkirk, Indiana, and Albion, Potterville, Webberville, and White Pigeon, Michigan. The foundation does not provide support for private foundations, public high schools or elementary schools. The foundation does not make grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, travel, or building or operating funds for churches or elementary schools.
An application form is not required. Applicants should submit the following in a proposal not exceeding five pages:
* qualifications of key personnel
* statement of problem project will address
* copy of IRS Determination Letter
* copy of most recent annual report/audited financial statement/990
* descriptive literature about organization
* listing of board of directors, trustees, officers and other key people and their affiliations
* detailed description of project and amount of funding requested
* contact person
* copy of current year’s organizational budget and/or project budget
* listing of additional sources and amount of support
Board meeting dates are: March, June, September, and December, usually the 3rd Monday of the month. Proposals should be submitted three weeks before the board meeting. Final notification is given generally within three months of review, depending on completeness of proposal. The foundation does not have a website at this time.
Deadline(s): Feb. 10, Apr. 20, July 20, and Oct. 19
Mail to:
Anderson Foundation
Julie Payeff, Community Commitment Mgr.
1947 Briarfield Blvd
Maumee, OH 43437-9803

Conservation, Food and Health Foundation

The Conservation, Food and Health Foundation seeks to promote the conservation of natural resources, improve the production and distribution of food, and improve health in the developing world. The foundation helps build capacity within developing countries in its three areas of interest with grants that support research or projects that solve specific problems.
The foundation supports projects that demonstrate strong local leadership, promote professional development in the conservation, agricultural, and health sciences; develop the capacity of local organizations; and address a particular problem in the field. It prefers to support projects addressing under-funded issues and geographic areas.
The foundation’s geographic focus is the developing world. It prefers to support organizations located in developing countries or to developed country organizations whose activities are of direct and immediate benefit to developing countries. The foundation does not consider the states of the former Soviet Union or former Eastern Bloc countries as within its geographic focus.
Concept applications are due January 1 and July 1.

Thornton S. Glide, Jr. and Katrina D. Glide Foundation

The Thornton S. Glide, Jr. and Katrina D. Glide Foundation will begin accepting applications to the annual grant cycle on May 15.
Grants will be made only in support of the following service purposes in order of priority:
a. to animal protection organizations such as the Humane Society, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and rescue organizations.
b. to other land and wildlife conservancy groups.
c. to organizations committed to agricultural purposes
d. to the preservation of land in its natural state, including wetlands.
e. to opera, symphony, and other similar civic organizations.
If less than 50 percent of the applicant organization’s services are dedicated to the foregoing purposes, Regular Grants may be considered only for items which relate directly to such purposes.
The foundation has two programs; a regular grant program for funding up to $25,000 and a major grant program for funding up to $50,000 intended for capital expenditures.
There are no geographic restrictions, however, California based organizations will receive priority.
Grants will be made only to tax-exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) or 170(c) of the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”). None shall be made to Private Foundations under Section 509(a) of the Code.
Applications are accepted between May 15 and August 15.