Rite Aid Foundation
The Rite Aid Foundation, founded in July 2001, is a not–for–profit foundation dedicated to helping people in the communities Rite Aid serves lead happier, healthier lives. We limit our funding to programs that focus on health and wellness in the communities in which Rite Aid operates. Grants are awarded for one year at a time, and no organization can receive a grant from the Foundation more than two years in a row. Organizations that receive tw...
Rivendell Foundation - New Jersey
The Rivendell Foundation makes grants in two areas of interest: out–of–school time opportunities for Newark, New Jersey children and youth; and international human rights. Rivendell Foundation awards approximately $300,000 in grants annually. Given its relatively limited resources and part–time staffing, the Foundation considers proposals by invitation only.
RGK Foundation awards grants in the broad areas of Education, Community, and Medicine/Health. The Foundation's primary interests within Education include programs that focus on formal K–12 education (particularly mathematics, science and reading), teacher development, literacy, and higher education.
Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
The Robert Sterling Clark Foundation was incorporated in 1952, and since then has provided financial assistance to a wide variety of charitable organizations. Over the years, our program guidelines have evolved and changed. At present, we are concentrating our resources in the following three fields: Protecting Reproductive Rights and Health, Strengthening Cultural Institutions, Improving the Performance of Public Institutions.
Roberts Family Foundation - Illinois
The Douglas C. and Lynn M. Roberts Family Foundation will support charitable programs that improve the quality of life in DeKalb County, Illinois. Areas of funding interest include Arts & Culture, Education, Human Services.
Robertson Foundation - National Focus
The Robertson Foundation currently targets high impact grants in four principal areas within the United States: 1) education 2) environment 3) medical research and 4) religion & spirituality. As opportunities emerge, the foundation has provided grants in other areas of interest.
The Foundation looks for opportunities to improve the lives and opportunities of Virginians through grants to nonprofit organizations. We are particularly interested in helping with emerging issues and underfunded areas where our grants can act as a catalyst. Grantmaking is normally limited to the Richmond metropolitan area. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals from other areas. The Richmond metropolitan area consists of the cities of Richm...
Roche USA - Multiple States
In areas surrounding key Roche USA facilities, our citizenship efforts are guided by our desire to understand the needs of our extended communities. As we become familiar with the social, educational, medical and other needs that contribute to a "healthy" community, it's our aim to become a trusted and valued partner in bringing our capabilities to bear in addressing those needs.