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The Coca-Cola Foundation partners with nonprofit organizations worldwide that address community needs and priorities in a meaningful way. The Foundation supports programs that focus on one of the following four categories: Water Stewardship, Healthy and Active Lifestyles, Community Recycling addresses and Education.
The Georgia Natural Gas Corporate Giving Program supports a wide range of nonprofit organizations in the communities throughout the state that the company serves. Grantmaking areas of interest include the following: children and youth, education, seniors, energy assistance for consumers in need, environment and sustainability, and meaningful educational and cultural opportunities for the entire community. Funding requests may be submitted throughout the year.
The N7 Fund, an initiative of Nike, is committed to bringing sport and all of its benefits to Native American and Aboriginal communities in the U.S. and Canada. The N7 Fund offers grants to nonprofit organizations that provide sports and physical activity programs for Native American and Aboriginal youth of high school age or younger. To be considered for funding, grant applicants must have a measurement of success for their programs.
The JC Penney Company's corporate giving program, jcp cares, supports nonprofit organizations at local, regional, and national levels. The grantmaking focus areas include health and welfare, education, and arts and culture. Letters of inquiry may be submitted throughout the year. Organizations that are selected to move forward in the application process will be contacted within 30 days with instructions on preparing a full proposal. Visit the company’s website to learn more about the jcp cares program.
The Sunderland Foundation primarily supports nonprofit organizations in Arkansas, western Iowa, Kansas, western Missouri, and Nebraska. Currently, the Foundation's main areas of interest include higher education, youth services, arts and culture, and healthcare and hospitals. The focus is on funding bricks and mortar projects such as building construction, renovation, repairs, and restoration. Grant requests are accepted throughout the year and reviewed quarterly. Application guidelines are available on the Foundation’s website.
The LEGO Children's Fund is committed to helping children (birth-14) develop their creativity and learning skills through constructive play. The Fund provides grants to local and national nonprofit organizations that address the following areas of support: early childhood education and development that is directly related to creativity, and/or technology and communication projects that advance learning opportunities.
The Foundation's Grassroots Grants Program supports local nonprofit organizations, boating clubs, and student groups that develop innovative projects to promote safe and clean boating on local waterways. Information designed for boaters and delivered to boaters should be a key component of funded projects. Projects should also be planned to get wide exposure in the local community, and be replicated by others.
The Wisconsin Environmental Education Board (WEEB) awards grants for the development, dissemination, and implementation of environmental education programs. Funded projects have included state-wide initiatives as well as small localized efforts. Audiences served include K-12 public and private school children, members of various youth organizations, classroom teachers and other educators, landowners, park patrons, tourists, government officials, business owners and employees and of course the public. Grants available in four categories: General, Forestry, School Forest, and Water.
The Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) provides grants to states and local governments (and to certain private nonprofit organizations) to implement long-term hazard mitigation measures after a major disaster declaration. The purpose of the HMGP is to reduce the loss of life and property due to natural disasters and to enable mitigation measures to be implemented during the immediate recovery from a disaster.