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Old National Bank Foundation - Indiana 
The Old National Bank Foundation mission is to advance economic development, education, and the quality of life for the success of the communities we serve. Funding Priorities: It is our wish to meet the needs of every community in our footprint; however, our funding will target innovative programs that enhance the quality of life within our communities in support of two main strategic initiatives, which are Community & Economic Development and Educati...

Olivia's Organics Charitable Foundation - New England, NY, NJ, PA 
The Olivia's Organics Charitable Foundation was established in early 2006 as a way to invest in the lives of children. The Foundation seeks to give direct–service grants to organizations that work with children by providing services that have an immediate and tangible impact on their well–being. The foundation does not accept unsolicited grants, but instead chooses organizations with which it would like to partner for each quarter of the f...

Omnia Foundation - California 
The mission of the Omnia Foundation is to provide opportunity and means to enable politically, economically, and socially disadvantaged people to become more self–sufficient and productive in their lives and communities. Our focus is on long–term community activities in California, particularly in the areas of prisoner re–entry and immigrant integration.

Onassis Public Benefit Foundation 
Program areas include scholarships and research grants, international competitions, and support for Hellenic Studies.

Onaway Trust 
The Onaway Trust was established in 1974 with the overall objective to relieve poverty and suffering. This is expressed in many areas and includes the protection of the environment, the support of children and adults with learning difficulties, the assistance of smaller charities whose aim is to safeguard sick, injured, threatened or abandoned animals and emergency relief for victims of disaster. Remaining central, however, since Onaway's inception is...

OneFamily Foundation - Washington 
The OneFamily Foundation (originally the Wood Family Foundation) was established in 1997 in Seattle, Washington. The goals of the foundation are to provide resources to enhance the lives of women living in poverty and at–risk youth, to support services for abused women, and to aid efforts to end violence and sexual assault against women and children. Organizations must be based in King County, Snohomish County, or the Olympic Peninsula.

ONEOK Foundation - KS, OK, TX 
Established in 1997 with an initial $4.5 million contribution from ONEOK, the ONEOK Foundation supports nonprofit organizations throughout our operating areas. Areas of funding interest include Education, Health and Human Services, Community Improvement, Arts & Culture. Geographical area of interest Kansas, Oklahoma, or Texas.

OneStar Foundation - Texas 
OneStar Foundation supports the nonprofit sector and its stakeholders through initiatives that increase civic engagement, research, rigorous evaluation and nonprofit organizational excellence. Our goal is to achieve sustainable social impact throughout the larger nonprofit infrastructure.

Open Society Institute - National & International Focus 
The Open Society Institute (OSI), a private operating and grantmaking foundation, aims to shape public policy to promote democratic governance, human rights, and economic, legal, and social reform. On a local level, OSI implements a range of initiatives to support the rule of law, education, public health, and independent media. At the same time, OSI works to build alliances across borders and continents on issues such as combating corruption and rights ab...

Oppenheimer Family Foundation Teacher Initiative Grants - Chicago 
The Foundation, established in 1933, has been giving grants to Chicago Public School teachers for the past twenty–six years through its Teacher Incentive Grant (TIG) program. The purpose of our TIG grants is to underwrite the outstanding efforts of CPS teachers who enhance and enrich the educational lives of their students through project–based learning.


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