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Grants > Community Building

Community Building

  • Gambrill Foundation Grants

    The Gambrill Foundation seeks to support organizations that make it a mission to uplift and positively impact the residents of the Anderson County, S.C., area. The Foundation distributed 15 grants per year that have an average size between $5,000 and $15,000. In total, $175,000 in grant funds are awarded each year.

  • Otto P. Berdach Trust Grants

    The Otto P. Berdach Trust funds organizations that support individuals who are in desperate need of financial assistance. The Trust distributes three grants per year that have an average size of $5,000. In total, $10,000 in funds are distributed each year.

  • Fidelity Foundation Grants

    The Fidelity Foundation seeks to provide grants to nonprofits that operate in the following areas: Arts and culture, community development and social services, health, and education. The majority of our education funding is employee-driven through Fidelity Investments’ Matching Gifts to Education program: The Foundation matches charitable contributions made by eligible full-time Fidelity employees to qualified educational institutions.

  • Kauffman Foundation Grants

    The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation seeks to fund organizations that operate in the areas of education and entrepreneurship. The Foundation looks for ways to advance promising national programs and to leverage additional funding and resources in these two areas of interest.


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