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Grants > Human Services

Human Services

  • Kresge Foundation Human Services Grants

    The Kresge Foundation is seeking to fund organizations that make it a priority to improve the lives of disadvantaged individuals and communities. To that end, the Foundation is concentrating its focus in the following areas:

  • F.W. Symmes Foundation Grants

    The F.W. Symmes Foundation seeks to fund organizations that make a positive impact on the lives of Greenville County residents by making gifts to religious, charitable, scientific, literary and educational organizations, and to organizations which work for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals.

  • Anne E. Talcott Grants

    The Anne E. Talcott Fund seeks to fund organizations exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, literary or educational purposes, as well as for testing for public safety, or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals. Special consideration will be given to organizations that aid the indigent. Grant award sizes range from $1,500 to $15,000.

  • Melba Bayers Meyer Charitable Trust Grants

    The Melba Bayers Meyer Charitable Trust seeks to support organizations supporting religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes, or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals. A special emphasis is placed on programs that support the needs of children, indigent Native Americans, and neglected animals.

  • The Dennis Foundation

    The Dennis Foundation seeks to fund organizations that operate in the areas of education, health, human services, and religion. The Foundation distributes 30 grants per year that have an average size of $500 to $5,000. In total, around $69,100 in grant funds are awarded each year.

  • Rudolph Williams Charitable Trust Grants

    The Rudolph Williams Charitable Trust seeks to fund organizations that provide benefits to individuals affected by blindness. The Trust distributes five grants per year that have an average size of $3,000. Preference may be given to St. Joseph’s School for the Blind in Jersey City, NJ and The Seeing Eye, Inc. in Morristown, NJ.

  • Robert C. White Trust Grants

    The Robert C. White Trust seeks to fund organizations that encourage rowing at the pre-collegiate level on the Schuykill River or in the Philadelphia area in Pennsylvania. The Trust distributes 13 grants per year that have an average size of $2,000. In total, $26,000 in grant funds are distributed each year.

  • Albert E. and Myrtle Gunn York Trust Grants

    The Albert E. and Myrtle Gunn York Trust seeks to support organizations primarily in Victoria, Texas. Grants are made for religious purposes, higher education, fine arts, performing arts, assistance to the elderly, and assistance in the intellectual and physical development of young boys and girls. The Trust distributes 20 grants per year that have an average size of $1,000 to $7,500. In total, $90,000 in grant funds are given out each year to eligible charities.

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