PNC Bank Foundation - Multiple States
The PNC Bank Foundation has earmarked funds for grants to nonprofit organizations which work to directly improve children's school readiness by providing support in one of the following key areas: social and emotional development, teacher training and arts and culture. By focusing our support in these critical areas, we hope to achieve greater results in school readiness, which will yield stronger, smarter and healthier children, families and communit...
PNM Resources Foundation - New Mexico
The PNM Resources Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life in the communities served by the subsidiaries of PNM Resources. The Foundation seeks opportunities for engaged philanthropy through a focus on education, environmental awareness and education, economic vitality and employee engagement.
Pohlad Family Charities - Minnesota
The mission of the Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation is: To improve the lives of economically disadvantaged children and youth and participate in projects that positively impact the quality of life in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area.
Polk Bros Foundation
The primary focus of the Foundation is on programs that impact populations of need – particularly public school children and their families – in underserved Chicago communities. Very few awards are made to organizations located outside the city of Chicago. Grants are made for both new and ongoing initiatives that improve the quality of life and increase access to services for area residents. Areas of funding interest: Social Services, Education...
Pollock - Krasner Foundation, Inc.
The Pollock–Krasner Foundation's mission is to aid, internationally, those individuals who have worked as artists over a significant period of time. The Foundation's dual criteria for grants are recognizable artistic merit and financial need, whether professional, personal or both.
Portland Women's Foundation - Washington
The Portland Women's Foundation oversees its trust fund to grant financial assistance to agencies in our community that address the needs of women for housing and education that promote self–sufficiency. Geographical focus areas include metropolitan Portland Oregon, including Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties.
Possible Woman Foundation International
Possible Woman Foundation International was founded in 2001 and granted 501(c)(3) status in the spring of 2002. The Foundation addresses the need to educate and support women as they grow into various stages of life, beginning with the early college years and flowing through retirement. PWFI's vision affirms that we will provide an environment in which women can exchange business and life strategies, empowering themselves to be self sufficient for not...
Pottruck Family Foundation
The Pottruck Family Foundation seeks to improve the lives of young people by supporting community–based organizations working in the area of Foster Care. The Foundation is particularly interested in those working to improve the ability of foster youth to thrive and to support their successful transition from care to adulthood. Priority will be given to organizations in San Francisco, though the Foundation will consider organizations working in the gr...
Pottruck Family Foundation - San Francisco Bay Area
The Pottruck Family Foundation was established in 1995 by David S. Pottruck and Emily Scott Pottruck to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and youth in San Francisco. Currently the Foundation is focused almost exclusively on Foster Care. The Foundation is interested in supporting organizations that work primarily with emancipating and emancipated foster youth in the Bay Area in order to increase the likelihood of their successful transition from c...
Potts Family Foundation
In addition to support of nonprofit management and governance help, the foundation areas of funding interest are: Arts and public education, Early childhood care and development (0 – 3 years) and Collaboration with other funders. Geographical funding focus – Oklahoma.