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United Children's Fund was founded with the premise that every child, everywhere in the world has the right to live and grow in a stable environment, in an atmosphere of happiness, love, understanding and security. That every child has the basic human right of education, health care, adequate shelter, food and clothing.
The African Development Foundation (ADF) is the principal agency of the U. S. Government that supports community-based, self-help initiatives that alleviate poverty and promote sustainable development in Africa.
Objectives: To promote social development through philanthropic activities in the developing world. AKF is non-communal and is committed by charter to assisting in the struggle against hunger, disease and illiteracy throughout the world. Seeks to use its human, financial and physical resources to innovate with new ideas, "grassroots" development concepts, organizational and managerial structures and practical technologies and cost-effective techniques that have broad value and utility in resolving generic problems of development primarily in developing countries of Asia and Africa.
A Glimmer of Hope is a global, private charitable foundation. We seek to offer a Glimmer of Hope where it is needed most, and to help relieve some of the pain and suffering on the planet.
AEC's Community Investment Program gives priority to health and wellness, education, youth and
environment initiatives that reflect the Company's core values.
Provides funding to projects within the United Kingdom for education and research and for novel forms of help to those with drinking problems.
The Amandla Foundation is a California nonprofit organization setup to raise funds for Amandla projects in South Africa, such as the Amandla Academy.
Supports education, health care, cultural and environmental preservation throughout the Himalayan region.
The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) promotes international understanding through educational and cultural exchange between the United States and Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.
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Arts Tasmania has responsibility for the development of integrated policy and planning for arts and culture in Tasmania. 2000 Arts Grants and Loans Program Applications must be received by 1 August 1999 for all 2000 grants and loans except where otherwise specified. Creative Communities Fund Closing Dates: 1 August 1999, 1 March 2000, 1 August 2000.
Program areas: Governance and Law, Women's Political Participation, Regional Relations, Economic Reform and Development.
The Australia Foundation for Culture and the Humanities aims to raise the level of private sector resources available to the arts and culture and to encourage reflection on what it is to be Australian.
The Australia Council's primary responsibility is to help create an environment which encourages the creativity and development of Australian artists, and which provides greater access to arts and cultural activities for all Australians. It supports Australian artists and arts organisations to pursue artistic excellence in creating and presenting their work, to take advantage of opportunities to improve and develop their skills, and to tour and promote their work to wider audiences. It directly supports young, emerging, developing and established artists through a range of grant programs offered across all artforms, and it encourages arts and non-arts organisations to support and present artists' work, thereby expanding employment opportunities for all artists.
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L'AFF a pour but d'offrir les moyen à long terme de renforcer les lien entre l'Australie et la France et de pormouvoir en France la connaissance de l'Australie grâce au plus large éventail d'activités possible, dans le domaine des arts, des sciences et de la technologie, des études australiennes et du sport. L'AFF travaille activement à accroître son capital initial par la recherche de contributions financières et / ou par le parrainage de certaines de ses activities.
The most recent grants from the Foundation's five primary grant programs are listed individually: Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia; Children and Youth in Israel; Economic Development; Education; and Jewish Life and Learning.
The aim of the Foundation is support for the wide ranging advancement of Polish society, particularly in the fields of public, informational; cultural; scientific and educational activities addressed to the development of a free market and democracy in Poland, as well as the bringing together of the nations and states of Central and Eastern Europe.
Funding interests include Schools, Theater, Environment and Society.
Barnardos Australia, The Children's Charity, is the leading child welfare practice agency and child welfare advocate working with children who have been abused, are at risk of abuse or homeless in Australia.
Areas of funding interest include Developing community well-being, Improving local environments, Life-Long Learning.
Program areas include: education and training, occupational health and safety research, health, medicine and research, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander development, youth leadership development, the arts and cultural activities, the environment, community welfare.
The BNI Foundation is a non-profit program that supports charitable causes anywhere in the world. The BNI Int'l. Board of Advisors (made up of members throughout the world) has selected education and children to be the theme for this foundation. The BNI Foundation will make contributions to legitimate charitable causes only.
The Foundation awards grants for projects proposing practical solutions to environmental problems in the UK. It concentrates its support on initiatives which can achieve worthwhile results in the near future, rather than global issues or long term fundamental research. Emphasis is placed on pollution prevention wherever possible.
Program areas include: Education, Health and Human Services, Cultural and Civic Participation, Employee Giving.
The Brigitte Bardot Foundation fights to defend animal rights and does not specialise in a specific area. Its ambition is to be at the heart of the fight for animal rights, whatever this may entail. It acts to heighten awareness, inform, relieve and save. It intervenes anywhere in the world where there is mistreatment of and cruelty towards animals.
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Programs: Education, Medical, Humanitarian, Agriculture.
Pearl S. Buck International partners with some of the world’s most disadvantaged children and their families to help them identify their needs and empower them to solve their problems. PSBI does this by either helping families access existing services or through partnerships with local government, community-based organizations and indigenous non-governmental organizations to create appropriate services for them.
"Cabot's Community Affairs programs take the qualities that have made ours a successful company and put them to work for the communities in which we operate."
The Company's Charitable Payroll Giving Program collects approximately £1200 a month through payroll deductions elected by employees and retired staff. Additionally, Northern Electric employees give over £10,000 to approximately 40 local organizations and charities in Northeast England each year.
Through the support of the Canadian people, CIDA and its many partners across the country have been leaders in the fight against poverty and in efforts to make this a better world in which to live.
the Endowment conducts programs of research, discussion, publication, and education in international affairs and U.S. foreign policy.
The Carthage Foundation confines most of its grant awards to programs that will address public policy questions concerned with national and international issues. There are no geographical restrictions.
The Center for Field Research (CFR) was established in 1973 to develop research program for Earthwatch Institute by encouraging and evaluating proposals from scholars and scientists.
CaritasData provides CharitiesDirect as an information service for use by donors, charity advisers, charity trustees and everyone else involved with or interested in the charity sector.
the Foundation is a private organization whose purpose is to promote the study of Chinese culture and society. Operational funds some from interest generated from an endowment donated by both public and private sectors.
Grant making and charitable organization as well as think tank to support education, culture, scientific research programs, and encourage educational development in China.
The Chinese Health Foundation of Australia was established in February 1994, with a mission to promote community health amongst Chinese Australians.
Coles Myer has a long history of supporting the communities in which it operates. The commitment continues today through philanthropy and donations to a wide range of causes, charities and community groups.
Established in 1968, the Community Chest is an independent, non-profit making and non-government organisation to raise funds for social welfare agencies to address the needs of the many disadvantaged and less fortunate in the community of Hong Kong.
The Compton Foundation was founded to address community, national and international concerns in the fields of Peace & World Order, Population, and the Environment. Other concerns of the Foundation include Equal Educational Opportunity, Community Welfare & Social Justice, and Culture & the Arts. Deadlines: The cut-off date for receipt of proposals to be considered at the May meeting is February 15. The cut-off date for receipt of proposals to be considered by the Board at their December meeting is September 15.
Programs include Education, Health, Community Development, Environment.
CONCERN is devoted to the relief and assistance of the poorest people throughout the world.
The Foundation's primary purpose is to assist in the conservation of natural resources, the production and distribution of food, and the improvement and promotion of health in the developing world.
The Cordant Technologies Foundation is proud to support worthwhile charitable and educational endeavors in the communities where the employees of Cordant and its subsidiaries* live and work.
The foundation focuses its funding on committed, grassroots organizations that rely strongly on volunteer efforts and where foundation support will make a significant difference. The foundation has very limited amount of funding available and will only award grants to organizations that meet all four of the following criteria: protect the environment, promote cultural diversity, empower people to meet their basic needs, and rely on volunteer efforts.
Creative New Zealand is the main arts development organisation in New Zealand and the only national organisation able to allocate funding to projects that span all the artforms.
The Foundation's approach to grantmaking embodies some basic themes in all of its programs: concern for the poor, disadvantaged, and underserved; respect for diversity; promotion of understanding across cultures; and empowerment of communities in need.
Here you can find information on philanthropy in Germany and involving more than 5,000 German not-for-profit organizations.
Support from the Foundation concentrates on the following: Environment – specifically through Water of Life (Diageo’s international humanitarian and environmental initiative supporting projects with a water theme), Learning, with emphasis on disadvantaged young people, and learning excellence, Art and culture, with emphasis on greater access to community arts, Employability and Local Regeneration, in locations where our business has a major presence and we are able to make a difference on issues such as homelessness, unemployment and disability, Employee involvement and matched giving.
Beginning in 1999, our giving process has been restructured so that each site administers its own donations fund to address the needs of its community. Contributions of a provincial or Canada-wide nature are handled by the corporate offices in Mississauga. Financial support falls within five main categories: safety, health and environment; education; social services; hospitals; civic and culture.
Raises money to fund initiatives in health care, child welfare and education, and other areas.
Funding focus and cycle: Kids (June for July), Education | Mentoring | Esteem Adults (Sept for Oct), Education | Job Retraining | Volunteerism, Community (Dec for Jan), Economic Revitalization | Community Improvement, Global Impact (March for April), Environmental | Global Impact.
The EJLB Foundation has two main areas of interest: - Medical and scientific research in all areas of neuroscience that pertain directly or indirectly to schizophrenia and mental diseases.
- Protection of the environment principally through (i) the acquisition and preservation of natural areas of ecological significance or of importance to the urban fabric; and (ii) environmental scientific research.
EMPower is an independent, not-for-profit, I.R.S. tax-exempt organization supporting local, grassroots social sector initiatives that will enhance local capacity and institution building in emerging market and other developing countries. You will need Flash 5 to view the site.
Dedicated to bringing opportunities to developing areas through new technology and sustainable educational programs. Working with host country governments around the world, EMF responds to community requests by providing computers and trained teachers to youth clubs, existing school facilities and other qualifying locations.
The Foundation is committed to improving the lives of those in need in the Washington metropolitan area. To do so, grants focus on local human services, education, arts and culture, as well as programs to strengthen Jewish life and institutions locally, nationally, and in Israel.
The Eurasia Foundation is a privately managed grantmaking organization dedicated to funding programs that build democratic and free market institutions in the twelve New Independent States (NIS) of the former Soviet Union -- Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
Supports literacy, publishing, education, and other causes in developing countries through grants.
Created in 1969 to help people, businesses and associations to realise philanthropic, cultural and scientific projects of general interest, the Fondation de France puts its experience at the disposal all those who wish to put their generosity to good use and offers them a diversity of ways and means that are unique in France.
La Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Bra sta realizzando una banca dati visibile su Internet, ideata al fine di promuovere e valorizzare il patrimonio culturale e storico della città di Bra e del territorio circostante. Grazie ai più moderni sistemi informatici è oggi possibile costituire un archivio elettronico che contenga un numero crescente di informazioni e documenti relativi al territorio e alle istituzioni che operano su di esso (associazioni culturali e di volontariato, musei, biblioteche, scuole, istituzioni pubbliche e private, etc.).
The purpose of the Institute is to work in the field of the protection of occupational health as well as the prevention of occupational risks and in the field of rehabilitation, in order to recover the functional abilities of patients with neuromotory, cardiorespiratory and chronic pathologic disabilities to help the disabled patient's socio-occupational reintegration, and to prevent handicap.
The Foundation works mainly by granting funds for educational, developmental, research and experimental efforts that are innovative and promise significant advances in the fields of its program interest.
The activities of the Foundation in Russia focus on the following broad areas: Human rights, legal reform, and legal education; Independent analysis of economic and social policy; Higher education in sociology, politics, economics, and modern Russian history; Regional civic initiatives: support for nongovernmental organizations; development of local communities and local governance.
Organization created to collect and redistribute funds in areas such as solidarity, health, medical research, environment, and culture.
FADR is a nongovernmental nonprofit organization whose principal goal is to facilitate the agrarian transformation and sustainable agriculture development in Russia.
The Foundation for International Community Assistance, launched in 1984, now serves more than 110,000 poor families in 17 countries. Our mission is to support the economic and human development of families trapped in severe poverty.
The Ford Foundation is a resource for innovative people and institutions worldwide. Our goals are to: Strengthen democratic values, Reduce poverty and injustice, Promote international, cooperation, Advance human achievement.
As a foundation for liberal policy the Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation is committed to freedom - freedom of opinion and action, in all walks of life and all over the world.
Programs include environment, community, Arts and Culture.
Acceso es una organización no gubernamental de desarrollo con sede en Costa Rica y programas activos en Latinoamérica. Ofrecemos asistencia técnica, capacitación y apoyo para el desarrollo institucional a organizaciones locales, nacionales e internacionales que comparten nuestro compromiso con un desarrollo equitativo, participativo y sostenible.
Su misión es la innovación tecnológica, principalmente a través de la transferencia de tecnologías probadas que contribuyan a un mejor aprovechamiento de los recursos naturales y de la capacidad productiva de Chile, todo ello en función de la demanda de los mercados.
The Fundacion Esquel - Ecuador (FE-E) is a private, non-governmental organization whose purpose is to work as an agent of social change in Ecuador by supporting initiatives of the most disadvantaged segments of Ecuadorian society to solve their own problems, modify current conditions that restrict their development, and help them overcome social injustice.
La Fundación Humanitas se dedica a programas para la defensa y protección de las mascotas y demás animales, tales como la creación de un albergue y programas de concientización en las escuelas.
Fundació "la Caixa" is a foundation responsible for managing the resources allocated by the financial institution Caixa d'Estalvis i Pensions de Barcelona (Spain) to social and cultural work. Since it was established in 1991 it has worked to provide a service to society and to help improve life in the community. Its cultural activities are open to the public all over Spain, seeking to promote access to knowledge generally and to foster a change in attitudes and values towards our surroundings.
Objetivos: afianzar un movimiento cultural caribeño que antes era vanguardia en Latinoamérica y apoyar a los artistas que tengan proyectos culturales y no puedan llevarlos a cabo de forma oficial.
Fundación para el Desarrollo de la Función Social de las Comunicaciones, contribuye proactivamente al clima que propicia la Sociedad Global de la Información.
La Fundación, patrocina diversos programas institucionales relacionados con el desarrollo rural, la investigación médica, las actividades turísticas, culturales y humanísticas, así como el apoyo a la investigación en la protección del medio ambiente y los recursos naturales.
In Guatemala, the Foundation carries out projects directed at education, health care, and human rights, with an emphasis on citizen's civil rights. In the area of community development, its projects involve housing and urban planning, as well as agricultural production. In the field of rights and values of Indigenous Peoples, the Foundation makes efforts to strengthen the unity between different groups of Indigenous Peoples, to promote their mutual cooperation and reflection on their rights and values.
Promotion and assistance given to: Science & Education, International Exchanges, Art and Cultural Activities, Welfare Activities, Development of products friendly to the community, Activities in regional Japan.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation places a major focus on helping to improve people’s lives through health and learning.
The GE Fund is a catalyst, supporting programs that provide for the education and well-being of men, women, and children around the world.
Our programme of charitable and community contributions is a natural aspect of this activity which we regard as a proper part of our role in society - to be a good corporate citizen world-wide. We are linked closely to the communities in which we operate, locally, nationally or globally, our belief is that satisfying society and our shareholders does not have to be "either or".
The Global Fund For Women makes grants to seed, support, and strengthen women's rights groups around the world. We envision a just and democratic world, where women and men can participate equally in all aspects of social, political, and economic life.
Guardian National has been supporting numerous projects in our community for a number of years. There are hundreds of worthy causes in South Africa that desperately require financial assistance. We took the decision to focus on health, education and job creation projects, as we believe these three areas are vital for the future development of our country.
Focusing on the arts, education, and overseas projects which are concentrated in India.
Foundation's Mission: To help other non-profit organizations reach their goals in an effort to enhance the quality of life for those in need around the world.
The Foundation concentrates its resources on activities in education, performing arts, population, environment, conflict resolution, family and community development, and U.S.-Latin American relations. Although the Hewlett Foundation is a national foundation, with no geographic limit stipulated in its charter, a proportion of disbursable fund has been earmarked for projects in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Today HP is recognized as a philanthropic leader among global corporations. In 1998, we gave $64.8 million in cash and equipment to nonprofit agencies and educational institutions worldwide. Sixty-seven percent went toward improving education. We also support the arts, health and human services, civic groups and environmental organizations. We give donations in nearly all communities around the world in which a large number of our employees live and work.
The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) promotes and funds high-quality, cost-effective teaching and research in universities and colleges in England.
The Hitachi Foundation has supported a wide range of educational and social programs tailored to meet the needs of individual communities in the United States. Since its establishment in 1985, the Foundation has made over 500 grants and related investments in American communities.
Programs include Social Programs, Orphan Sponsorship Programs, Health Services, Educational Services, Back to School, Emergency Relief, Community Development.
The principal aim of the Home Office is to build a safe, just and tolerant society in which the rights and responsibilities of individuals, families and communities are properly balanced and the protection and security of the public are maintained.
The Huron hunger Fund (HHF) has ministered to people around the world for almost 30 years. In that time HHF has raised more the $7,500,000 for emergency and development work. So far this year we have raised $280,000. Huron continues to be a leading diocese in Canada for raising funds for the Primate's World Relief and Development fund (PWRDF).
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To make the most effective use of IBM resources and expertise, IBM has selected priority issues and key initiatives for investment. Our main focus is Education. We also provide smaller grants in the areas of Adult Education and Workforce Development, Arts and Culture, Communities in Need, and the Environment.
In 1998, Imasco and its companies contributed $13.9 million to more than 1,600 national and community organizations across Canada.
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The Fund aim is to support the grassroots and non-government organizations (NGOs) involved in serving the most disadvantaged, impoverished, illiterate, poor and needy people.
Intel contributed more than $101 million to K-12 education, higher education, and community organizations where Intel has a major facility. Intel continues to focus the majority of its donations on education.
The Foundation aims at serving and supporting other associations, institutions and foundations which have the potential to contribute to advance the human development process.
The International Research & Exchanges Board is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting advanced field research and professional training programs between the United States and the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Central Asia, the Caucasus, Eurasia, China, and comparable contiguous societies.
International Service Agencies (ISA) is a coalition of the nation's leading international relief and development organizations. ISA's mission is to help people overseas and in the U.S. who suffer from hunger, poverty and disease or from the ravages of war, oppression and natural disasters by raising awareness and funds in the workplace.
"The mission of the Izumi Foundation is to support efforts to reduce the burden of infectious diseases in developing and low income countries. The Foundation places a funding priority on the six infectious diseases - pneumonia, tuberculosis, diarrhoel diseases, malaria, HIV/AIDS and measles- that cause the highest rates of morbidity, mortality and disability. The Foundation also funds other less prevalent infectious diseases, particularly blinding trachoma and river blindness."
The Japan Foundation was established in 1972 with the objective of promoting international cultural exchange and mutual understanding between Japan and other countries.
The Foundation awards grants to qualified nonprofit organizations with specific, identifiable need in these areas of support: Education and Human Development, Environmental Research and Preservation, Fine Arts, Sports and Athletics, Technology and Communications. Do not send a query or proposal without reading our Grantmaking Guidelines and Areas of Exclusion.
The W. Alton Jones Foundation is a private grantmaking foundation focusing on global environmental protection and the prevention of nuclear war or other massive release of radioactive material.
Our program became more worldwide in scope and continued to have a strong impact on health care. In all areas of giving, Johnson & Johnson continued to emphasize programs and activities that assisted mothers and children. These efforts were carefully balanced with the Company's other contributions activities in the fields of health, family, education, employment, the environment, culture and the arts.
Since its beginning, the Foundation has continuously focused on building the capacity of individuals, communities, and institutions to solve their own problems. United States, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Southern Africa.
The Foundation believes in: Promoting self-sufficiency among less fortunate communities Furthering academic and scientific knowledge through its education and award programs Being self-financing through its proven, practical expertise in managing its investments, as well as through encouraging donations.
Our main focus is working to improve the health of Londoners by making change happen in health and social care. We also work nationally and internationally. We give grants to individuals and organisations.
Primary focus is at our site communities, but also includes national and international support. Focus is on the following general areas: Community Revitalization, Environment, and Arts & Culture: Includes economic development, culture and the arts for programs and organizations. Education: Includes colleges, universities, scholarships and grants for organizations. Health & Human Services: Inclucles organizations and programs.
Kolon established the Oh-woon Cultural Foundation, which grants scholarship, supports several universities and educational institutions, as well as operating a community center for the youths. Kolon has also donated a building to encourage athletics within the country and works to support the advancement of the arts.
The Kosciuszko Foundation is dedicated to promoting educational and cultural exchanges between the United States and Poland and to increasing American understanding of Polish culture and history.
The broad areas of work which are priorities for Trustees include: the provision of advice, information and advocacy, community development, employment and training, mediation, conflict resolution and alternatives to violence, research and education aimed at changing public attitudes or policy social welfare.
Lilly strives to contribute at the level of the most generous companies worldwide in the area of corporate giving, a goal it achieves annually through product and cash contributions. The Lilly Endowment was established in 1937 by members of the Lilly family as a vehicle by which to pursue their personal philanthropic interests.
According to strategic guidelines established annually, grants are made in the following subject areas from the Foundation's Community Fund: social services, arts and culture, ealth and physical activity, the environment, education. Community development is inherent in all categories. See the 2000 Grant Guidelines on their website for more information.
The work of the Luce Foundation reflects the interests of four generations of the Luce family. These include the interdisciplinary exploration of higher education; increased understanding between Asia and the United States; the study of religion and theology; scholarship in American art; opportunities for women in science and engineering; and contributions to youth and public policy programs.
Programs include: Education, Science and technology, Culture, Environment, Public Administration, economic and social development.
The Foundation seeks the development of healthy individuals and effective communities; peace within and among nations; responsible choices about human reproduction; and a global ecosystem capable of supporting healthy human societies. The Foundation pursues this mission by supporting research, policy development, dissemination, education and training, and practice.
Our activities are concentrated in four focus areas of health, youth, science and environment, and civic and community development.
Main and only emphasis is the well-being of the children of South Africa.
The Dennis Martinez Foundation is a nonprofit organization fighting to develop a healthy and productive life for underprivileged children. International Foundation
In 1990 the Mazda Foundation was established to provide for specific areas of community need. These have included the development of closer ties and better understanding between Australia and its Asian neighbours; the provision of assistance to unemployed youth programmes, the advancement of medical research and support of environment projects.
The Metropolitan Life Foundation was established in 1976 by MetLife for the purpose of supporting various educational, health and welfare, and civic and cultural organizations. Areas of funding interest include: Health, Education, Culture, Civic Affairs, Anti-Violence.
Here you will find links to their National (US) Giving Programs and their International Giving Programs.
Through its grant program the Foundation provides valuable support in the following areas: Education and Research, Social Development, Public Policy, Community Relations, Employee Relations.
extensive listing of programs they fund. Here you will also find information on the Exxon Foundation and their areas of funding interest.
Voluntarily aiding and contributing to religious, charitable, scientific, literary, and educational uses and purposes, in New York, elsewhere in the United States and throughout the world.
The Mott Foundation has three grantmaking objectives: 1.To strengthen education for democratic participation, To support women’s participation in government and non-governmental organisations, To strengthen the effectiveness of the nonprofit sector.
Funding Priorities: Prevention, Community Management, Human Justice and Access, Equal Rights in a diverse society, Social Development through informed debate, The Arts, Aboriginal Affairs, Beyond Australia.
NatWest Group's community investment programme aims to bring long-term benefits to the
communities in which it operates, to its business and to its staff. NatWest focuses its support
where it can make the most impact, not only with money but also with the skills, knowledge
and time of its staff. In 1998 the Group invested £15.9 million, in cash and in kind, in community activities, targeting three main areas: Financial literacy, Developing communities, Helping staff contribute their time and expertise to local neighbourhoods.
Netaid.org gives organizations engaged in the fight against extreme poverty new tools and new connections to millions of potential online supporters.
The Fund supports a network of non-government organizations in Israel that safeguard civil and human rights, promote Jewish-Arab equality and coexistence, advance the status of women, foster tolerance and pluralism, bridge social and economic gaps, pursue environmental justice, and encourage government accountability. The Fund provides grants and technical assistance to Israeli public-interest groups, and also conducts public education in North America, Israel, and Great Britain about the challenges to Israeli democracy.
The Foundation’s role is to promote co-ordination, consultation and co-operation among non-governmental organisations, to provide a contact point for the New Zealand Government
and non-governmental organisations working in the area, and to provide a centre for valid and
reliable information for organisations and individuals.
The Northern California DX Foundation was founded in 1972 to assist worthwhile amateur radio and scientific projects with funding and equipment. Although the words "Northern California" still appear in its title, the activities of the Foundation are international in scope rather than regional.
We are engaged in programmes in the developing countries that directly contribute to an improvement in the quality of life of the poorest people.
An international philanthropy, commits its resources to address issues of global social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.
The objective of the OSI Internet Program is to provide the benefits of e-mail and full Internet access to individuals and organizations throughout the Soros foundations network and beyond. The goal is to provide access to as many as possible at the most reasonable cost, with training in the use of the resource and content development the primary focus in 1998 and beyond.
Christian, nonprofit organization fighting poverty by providing loans for small businesses.
Oxfam America supports the self-help efforts of poor and marginalized people—landless peasants, indigenous peoples, women, refugees, and survivors of war and natural disasters—striving to better their lives.
Community Foundations raise funds from their local areas to support the needs of voluntary groups working to improve the quality of life for residents in that area.
The Drucker Foundation believes that a healthy society requires three vital sectors: a public sector of effective governments; a private sector of effective businesses; and a social sector of effective community organizations.
Established in 1975, Philanthropy Australia Inc is a national membership organization that represents grantmaking private, family and corporate Trusts and Foundations. Its mission is to promote and protect the interests of both private and corporate giving in Australia.
Pioneer Hi-Bred is committed to helping improve the quality of life in the communities where its customers and employees live and work through philanthropic investments.
QPAT's role is to produce, present and manage the performing arts - primarily in the Performing Arts Complex - part of the Queensland Cultural Centre situated on the South Bank, Brisbane.
Supports medical and educational research with no geographic limitations.
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund of New York City and the Charles E. Culpeper Foundation of Stamford, Connecticut announced that the New York Secretary of State has approved a merger of the two foundations.
The Foundation's new approach to current global challenges will focus on poor people's daily existence - their lives and livelihoods - and how the process of globalization can be turned to their advantage.
The Rotary Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation that supports the efforts of Rotary International to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational, and cultural exchange programs.
manages and enhances the assets held in trust and distributes income for the long term benefit of the Rotorua District community.
Areas of interest: Poverty and economic justice, Handling Conflict & Promoting Peaceful, Alternatives, Democratic Process, Racial Justice, Corporate & Financial Responsibility, Quaker Concerns.
The Moscow Public Science Foundation - is a non-governmental not-for-profit public association supporting the development of humanitarian, social and political knowledge in Russia and the CIS.
Sabre Foundation, Inc., founded in 1969, works to build free institutions and to examine the ideals that sustain them.
The Sarah Scaife Foundation's grant program is primarily directed toward public policy programs that address major domestic and international issues. There are no geographical restrictions.
Dedicated to fostering world peace and prosperity by supporting nonprofit activities with a global perspective and a global impact.
Areas of interest: Education, Environmental Conservation.
The Scottish Higher Education Funding Council (SHEFC) was established in June 1992 under the Further and Higher Education (Scotland) Act to provide financial support for teaching, research and associated activities in Scottish higher education institutions.
The Shell Foundation's major grantmaking focus, the Sustainable Energy program, will support projects that either encourage environmentally friendly energy use or help tackle poverty by providing sustainable energy to poor communities in developing countries.
Small World Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), organization founded in 1995 to provide free reconstructive surgery for children and adults throughout the United States and the world who have no access or resources.
The Brian Smith Foundation gives disadvantaged children and young adults in the Ottawa region (CJOH broadcasting area), an opportunity to participate in athletics, recreation and education that would not be possible without financial aid.
We are interested in collaborating with charitable organisations whose mission reflects our own: making people's lives healthier. We focus on programmes that complement our core business of providing healthcare.
International Initiatives within the framework of organizations supported by George Soros can be divided into the following categories. First, purely international initiatives that are concerned with topics of interest for the larger world community, for example migration and landmines. Secondly, initiatives which deal with the arts and education, like science education and the Documentary Fund. And lastly, there are country-specific initiatives that deal with a limited geographic area, like Burma and Central Eurasia.
Areas of funding interest include AIDS Prevention and Care, Economic Empowerment, Social Justice, Youth Empowerment.
The Sun Microsystems Foundation funds grants made through the following Worldwide Corporate Affairs programs: Education & Employment Training Grants Program, Open Gateways Program, Employee Matching Gifts Programs, Community Partnership Program.
The Sutton Trust main objective is to provide educational opportunities for young people from non-privileged backgrounds.
Areas of funding interest: Spiritual Information Through Science, Spirituality & Health.
The Ten Rainbows Foundation is a local non profit registered Canadian Charity founded in 1993 and is committed to the goal of improving the quality of life for children who are underpriviledged, ill or physically/mentally challenged.
Tinker Foundation institutional grants are awarded to organizations and institutions that promote the interchange and exchange of information within the community of those concerned with the affairs of Spain, Portugal, Ibero-America and Antarctica.
Supporting the development, accessibility and excellence of the arts in Toronto
Established in 1986 as the fundraising arm of the Toronto General and Western Hospitals, the Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation seeks financial support for the hospitals.
Through the TOTAL Foundation, we support programs to protect biodiversity with special emphasis on plant life. The TOTAL Foundation supports programs on the Mediterranean island of Porquerolles, in Indonesia's rain forest, in Polynesia to protect coral reefs, and many others.
Multipurpose grant-making foundation that provides financial assistance to research and projects in Japan and other countries, mainly in the developing world.
At the Ontario Trillium Foundation, our mission is to work with others to make strategic investments to build healthy, sustainable and caring communities in Ontario.
The Grants Program currently seeks to accomplish four objectives: to meet needs of metropolitan New York; to strengthen the Church in the global south (including Africa, Asia, and other economically challenged areas); to strengthen telecommunications in the Anglican Communion; and to strengthen spiritual formation in the Episcopal Church of the United States.
A selection of grants and funding resources, listed by geographical region.
United Energy sponsors a range of community programs with a focus on youth and family.
The foundation's areas of interest are: Managing Economic Globalization, Understanding Institutions, and National Interest/Foreign Policy. Applicants should submit a preproposal letter of inquiry of 2-3 pages. Preproposal letters of inquiry are accepted on a rolling basis. The USJF Board meets in April and October, when funding decisions are made.
The Virtual Foundation is a unique online philanthropy program that supports grassroots initiatives around the world. We post carefully screened, small scale project proposals on our website where they are read and funded by online donors.
The foundation's objective is to support science, the humanities and technology in research and university teaching. Under the terms of its statutes it may support any field of science, but in practice it concentrates on funding initiatives that it develops itself: Priority areas are subject- and problem-oriented, programs aim at structural improvements (e.g. in the international cooperation or in German universities). In exceptional cases, the Foundation also supports projects outside these areas.
Western U.S., Latin America and the Russian Far East
The Whitley Awards Foundation offers a wide range of awards for conservation and sustainable development projects world wide. All these projects have the common aim of promoting the benefits of wildlife and habitat conservation to the local communities in which our applicants work.
Grants include projects in the Caucasus, the Balkans, and Central America.
Working with international, national, and non-governmental organizations, the WorldSpace Foundation has a unique capability to provide access to education and information programs to large audiences in remote areas, using new communication technologies.
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