Historically, the Foundation's geographic service area has included the Twin Cities Metro Area, the St. Croix Valley, and Ashland and Bayfield counties in Wisconsin. In evaluating new requests, the Board's primary focus is St. Paul. Areas of funding interest include the Arts, Health, Community Building and Education.
The Humana Foundation identifies, funds, and nurtures projects and organizations in three fields: domestic and international health, education, and civic and cultural development in communities where the company has a meaningful presence.
Humana Foundation - Multiple States
The Humana Foundation's giving focuses primarily on health. We also support selected projects promoting arts and culture and education improvement. The Foundation promotes healthy lives and communities by supporting organizations that meet our funding priorities and are classified as 501(c)(3) tax–exempt by the Internal Revenue Service. Geographic areas funding interest include Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Lou...
IBM Corporate Citizenship
The primary focus of our corporate citizenship activities is on developing initiatives to address specific societal issues, such as the environment, community economic development, education, health, literacy, language and culture. We employ IBM's most valuable resources, our technology and talent, in order to create innovative programs in these areas to assist communities around the world.
The IDP Foundation has three main areas of focus: Health care and medical research, Education, especially as it relates to the relief of poverty through empowerment of the individual. Performing Arts. However, the IDP Foundation does not strictly limit its activities to these three areas of focus. It is always aware of the importance of community involvement and is willing to address other areas of social impact.
Individual Artist Fellowship and Distinguished Artist Award
The Rasmuson Foundation has three award programs for individual artists. Funding is available for emerging, mid–career and mature artists working in a variety of mediums – from choreography to performance art to folk and traditional arts.
Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation
The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation was established in 1978 to promote and encourage the recognition and appreciation of excellence in the arts; to enhance cultural life internationally through the support of art exhibitions, scholarship, and the endowment of galleries at major museums; and to support biomedical research.
J.P. Morgan & Co. Inc.
In 2006, JPMorgan Chase will give more than $100 million through grants and sponsorships to thousands of not–for–profit organizations around the world. The firm also supports the individual interests of its global employee population through the Matching Gift program and offers opportunities to give back to the communities we serve through a range of volunteerism activities initiated by colleagues supporting our local, regional or national mark...
The Jerome Foundation supports programs in dance, literature, media arts, music, theater, performance art, the visual arts, multidisciplinary work and arts criticism. It provides financial assistance to nonprofit, tax–exempt arts organizations that support emerging creative artists who are residents of Minnesota and New York City. Choreographers, film/video and other media artists, composers, literary artists, performance artists, playwrights, multid...
Jerome Robbins Foundation - HIV, Arts - National Focus
Jerome Robbins established the Foundation in 1958, in honor of his mother, with the intent to support dance, theater, and their associative arts. Later, following the outbreak of AIDS, he directed Foundation resources to the AIDS crisis which contributions continue today. Before his death, Mr. Robbins conveyed his wish that the Foundation extend its resources to the performing arts – dance and theater especially, though not exclusively. Accordingly,...