Our grants support nonprofit organizations that improve arts education in public schools and give youth the opportunity to express themselves through dance. We also support a handful of art institutions.
Early Childhood Education+
Early Childhood Education
Our grants support nonprofit organizations and collaborative initiatives working to strengthen families, support parents as their child’s first teacher, and increase access to high quality early learning.
Our grants support nonprofit organizations providing direct services to foster youth and transition age foster youth. We also support organizations advocating for improvements to the child welfare system.
Our grants support nonprofit organizations working to preserve open space and wilderness areas. We also support organizations preserving historical and architectural heritage.
Our grants support nonprofit organizations that build community and promote equality for all people, as well as organizations fighting HIV/AIDS.
Our grants support nonprofit organizations researching and promoting the health of animals, with a specific focus on horses.
Geographic Priority Areas
Our Grantmaking Process
- The Foundation’s ability to consider new grant requests is determined by our budget and current funding priorities. We use an internal process for identifying and selecting grantees. We do not accept unsolicited applications. We thank you for your understanding.
- All grantees must be classified as a public charity and tax exempt under 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1) or (2) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation does not consider funding requests for personal needs of individuals, political campaigns, or lobbying efforts.