What kind of grants are available in Alabama? There several grants available for nonprofits in Alabama and they include;
Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham priority areas include; Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health, Human Services/Strengthening Families, Supportive Communities.
The Community Foundation of Northeast Alabama will leverage and use philanthropic resources to foster a region where residents have access to medical care, where quality education is supported and valued and where people care for one another. Areas of funding interest include Education, Community and Economic Development, Health, Safety and Wellness, charitable activities of the Churches of Christ within the State of Alabama.
A variety of grants are available to nonprofits that have a 501(c)(3), government entities and religious organizations that are located in the following counties: Mobile, Baldwin, Clarke, Conecuh, Washington, Choctaw, Escambia and Monroe. The Foundation makes grants to non–profit organizations in the fields of arts and recreation, education, social services, health, community, civic, environment, and others.
The central role of a Community Foundation is making grants to non–profit organizations. Grants from address a wide variety of needs in the five–county Wiregrass area: Arts, culture and the humanities, Quality of life, Health and Human services, Environment, Economic development, Education, Religion.
The Community Foundation of West Alabama was organized in 1999. The purpose of the Foundation is to receive and expend funds for charitable uses for the benefit of the communities around the West Alabama area. Grants may be made for the following charitable purposes: Arts and Humanities, Children and Youth, Education, Elder Care, Environment, Health & Medicine, Recreation, Social Welfare.
Grantmaking is limited to projects that support the development of children ages birth through 18 years old. We consider grant proposals that further the Foundation’s mission for people in the communities where the founders did business. These communities are: Alabama – Limestone County; Indiana – DeKalb, Kosciusko, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben and Whitley Counties; Iowa – Clarke, Decatur, Lucas, Rihggold and Union Counties.
The J.K. Lowder Family Foundation is dedicated to the idea of community. Through our support of youth and family, education, community development and revitalization, and the arts, the Foundation seeks to support those organizations that remind us of what it means to be a conscious citizen. The Foundation does not consider uninvited proposals. When an application request most closely reflects the Foundation’s Funding Goals, we will then invite you to…
The Foundation does not ordinarily fund endowments or make serial pledges or grants, and does not consider funding organizations, programs or projects outside of the following five counties in southwest Alabama: Mobile, Baldwin, Clarke, Monroe and Washington Counties. The Foundation will consider only those grant applications that meet several of the following guidelines. The project addresses needs in at least one of the following areas: education, arts a…
The Jane K. Lowe Charitable Foundation distributes the greater of its net income or 5% of its value each year, as follows: 60% among six named charitable organizations and 40% among charitable organizations selected in the discretion of the Trustees.
A healthy and educated community is the foundation’s current priority and strategic commitment. In addition to grant making, we continue to encourage a sustainable system of funding for these critical needs. Primary Focus Area: Education, Community Health and Services. Secondary Focus Areas: Basic services for at risk families and children, Family literacy and adult education, Community Improvement and Nonprofit Capacity Building, Culture and increasi…
Primary Focus Area: Education, Community Health and Services. Secondary Focus Areas: Basic services for at risk families and children, Family literacy and adult education, Community Improvement and Nonprofit Capacity Building, Culture and increasing accessibility to the arts, Philanthropy and Volunteerism.
The mission of The Malone Family Foundation is to promote positive changes in the lives of people, who in turn can build and enhance the communities in which they live. We support initiatives that improve the quality of education, the motivation and the self–esteem of students from pre–kindergarten through higher education. The Foundation has an especially strong interest in supporting innovative endeavors that lead to a better–educated p…
The Parker Griffith Family Foundation is committed to supporting North Alabama parents, teachers and communities in their quest to instill a love of reading in all children. Since its inception in 2005, the Parker Griffith Family Foundation has awarded over $100,000.00 to area teachers and classrooms and is committed to serving as a consistent resource for those on the front lines of elementary education in North Alabama.
The objectives of our Foundation are: to contribute to the welfare and the quality of life of the local community; to be a corporate leader and pacesetter in giving; and to work in partnership with other organizations, corporations and individuals to find solutions for some of the difficult human and economic situations in our communities.
Education is the focus of the Toyota U.S.A Foundation. In addition to funding national programs, Toyota supports the social well–being of communities where it has major operations (Alabama, California, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Texas and West Virginia). This includes assistance for Arts & Culture and Civic & Community Development, Health & Human Services.
The Visteon Corporation supports the belief that a cohesive society is an essential foundation for business success, and that companies thrive with healthier, better–educated and more productive people. We believe that making corporate contributions is the best way to show employees and neighbors that we care about them, their families and their future. Visteon’s contributions are concentrated in two focus areas, youth and the environment.
At the Alabama Power Foundation, we focus our resources on: Improving education, Strengthening communities, Promoting arts and culture, Restoring and enhancing the environment.
The Alpha Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to improving the human condition. To this end, Alpha will select organizations to which grants will be made that further this objective. An emphasis will be placed on grants to educational, scientific and charitable organizations. A major focus of Alpha’s support is biotechnology to aid in the discovery and cure of diseases.
The BBVA Compass foundation is a non–profit organization, created with the specific goal of contributing to the comprehensive development of society. Areas of Focus: Education, Financial Literacy, Arts, Culture and Sports, Social Services, Environment.
The Black Belt Arts Initiative is a partnership with the BBCF, Youth & Cultural Committee of the Black Belt Action Commission, and the Alabama State Council on the Arts (ASCA,) promotes artists, arts awareness, and creativity in the Black Belt. Grant Awards are available for projects addressing visual arts, performing arts, literary arts, cultural history, or other areas that coincide with the goals of BBAI.
The Central Alabama Community Foundation makes grants that will improve the quality of life in the Central Alabama region. Grants of up to $10,000 will be available to nonprofits providing the following essential services in Montgomery, Lowndes, or Macon counties: Childcare/Education “ encompassing pre–K and afterschool care and services to specialized populations; Food, Healthcare, Shelter, Family Wellness “ including domestic violence.
The Foundation views its mission in partnership with nonprofit, community based, governmental agencies, faith–based and grassroots organizations as integral to the social well–being of our community. The Community Foundation of Calhoun County is a public charity for the benefit of residents in its geographic area, namely Calhoun County and northeast Alabama.
The Mission Statement of Vulcan Materials Company states that Vulcan “will be a good corporate citizen in each community in which we operate. We will support and take an active part in public and charitable projects.” Vulcan established the Vulcan Materials Company Foundation in 1988 to assist in carrying out that mission. Additionally, the Foundation has defined its vision and identified three distinct focus areas. Working with schools; Supporting env…
The Wachovia Foundation is a private foundation that is funded annually by Wachovia Corporation. We provide grants to eligible 501(c)(3) tax–exempt organizations in two primary and two secondary focus areas. Primary Focus Areas: Education, Community Development. Secondary Focus Areas: Health and Human Services, Arts and Culture.
The Foundation makes every effort to assess the needs of the community and to prioritize those needs. Once the Walker Area Community Foundation receives an application, it will be reviewed initially to see that all required materials are included with the application. Grants may be made for the following charitable purposes: Arts and Humanities, Children and Youth, Education, Elder Care, Environment, Health & Medicine, Recreation, Social Welfare.
The fund is committed to: Supporting critical programs for women and girls through community initiated and board initiated grants; Providing a vehicle for women to assume greater roles as philanthropists.