Religion Grants


Abell-Hanger Foundation - Texas 
The organization seeking a grant should be located in the State of Texas. National organizations with significant operations in or providing material benefits to the citizens of the State of Texas will be considered based on the degree of operations/benefits within the State of Texas. Areas of giving: Arts, Cultural, Humanities, Education, Health, Human Services, Public/Society Benefit, Religion.
www.abell-hanger.org


Actual Adventure Pvt. ltd 
Everest base camp Charity trek
www.actual-adventure.com/


Ambrose Monell Foundation 
The Foundation mission is to Voluntarily aid and contribute to religious, charitable, scientific, literary, and educational uses and purposes, in New York, elsewhere in the United States and throughout the world.
www.monellvetlesen.org/monell/defau...


American Family Foundation 
The American Family Foundation was established in March, 1994 as a nonprofit organization, exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, and literary purposes, including making distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt within the meaning of Section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code.
www.americanfamilyfoundation.org/


Arthur Vining Davis Foundations 
The Foundations' principal commitment in the field of religion is to graduate theological education. We believe that theological education makes an important contribution to our nation's moral integrity and future. Grants are made to U.S. institutions that are fully accredited by the Association of Theological Schools. All denominations are eligible.
www.avdfdn.org


Asbury-Warren Foundation - Appalachia Region 
The Asbury–Warren Foundation primarily funds educational and religious organizations in Appalachia. The average grant size ranges from $5,000 to $15,000.
www.asburywarren.org/


Baptist Community Ministries 
Baptist Community Ministries (BCM) is a private, grantmaking foundation committed to a healthier Greater New Orleans area. As the largest private foundation in Louisiana, BCM funds grants in four major areas of interest: education; health; public safety; and governmental oversight.
www.bcm.org


Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation 
The Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation primarily funds local, not–for–profit organizations endeavoring to advance education, medicine and religion, to improve the health and welfare of the sick, aged, incapacitated, and to aid those in need. Specific area of funding interest include Education, Medical, Religion, Health and Welfare, Aid to Those In Need (includes food banks). The Foundation limits its grants to programs located within the fifty st...
www.dohenyfoundation.org


Cora Foundation - National 
The Cora Foundation mission is to support Christian based ministries that serve the spiritual, educational, and physical needs of people helping them come to know the love of Christ and live a dedicated Christian life. The foundation accepts unsolicited grant requests. Both new and existing programs meeting the mission, vision and current program areas of the foundation will be considered for grant awards. The Foundation does not make grants to organizatio...
www.corafoundation.org/


Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation 
The Bonner Foundation only accepts grant proposals for the Crisis Ministry Program. At this point in time, the Foundation is not inviting new proposals for funding.
www.bonner.org


 

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