Glaser Progress Foundation
The Glaser Progress Foundation focuses on four program areas: Measuring Progress, Animal Advocacy, Independent Media, Global HIV/AIDS. Note: The Foundation does not accept grant proposals or solicitations for the Global HIV/AIDS program area. As a general rule, the Foundation awards grants to established organizations with a national focus, strong history of success and recognized leadership within its field.
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Greg Biffle Foundation
The Greg Biffle Foundation was founded in 2005 by Greg and Nicole Biffle to create awareness and serve as an advocate to improve the well–being of animals by engaging the power and passion of the motor sports industry. The Foundation offers animal welfare groups nationwide the opportunity to apply for grant funding from us on an annual basis.
The Greygates Foundation was created in 2001 by J. Ronald Gibbs to provide grants to organizations that serve the needs of children, the elderly, the disabled, or the disadvantaged, and to organizations that promote animal welfare or wildlife preservation. The Foundation makes grants to organizations that are recognized as registered charities by the Canada Revenue Agency, to support projects worldwide. The grant award limit is $3,000. Grants are paid in C...
Gus Hawthorne Foundation for Animals
The Gus Hawthorne Foundation GHF was established to financially assist non–profit organizations with the mission of providing care for abused, abandoned, feral, at–risk domestic or exotic animals or care and release of injured or orphaned wildlife within the USA. The applicant must have their IRS 501–c–3 status prior to applying.
The Handsel Foundation gives grants to organizations in California, Oregon, and Washington State working to end companion animal cruelty and neglect. Priority is given to organizations with targeted spay/neuter programs, effective adoption programs, and education programs that address animal cruelty and neglect. The foundation focuses on giving grants to organizations that do not receive wide public support. Further, the foundation is particularly interest...
Laura J. Niles Foundation
The Laura J. Niles Foundation encourages and supports efforts that offer learning and economic growth opportunities for the motivated poor, initiatives that foster life enrichment through canine and other types of animal companionship and programs that alleviate unhealthy dependencies. The foundation has a particular interest in education, economic self–sufficiency and programs that alleviate unhealthy dependencies. With regard to animals, most notab...
Lennon Family Foundation
The Lennon Family Foundation is a collection of donor–advised funds in operation since 2000 that can provide support to IRS–recognized 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations. In keeping with the spirit of the Lennon Family interests, there are currently four focus areas for the Foundation. They are: Conservation (habitat and species), Education (outdoor, arts, sciences), Health (medical and scientific research), Humanitarian (economic development/reli...
Grants are made in numerous areas of special interest to Charles and Anne Lindbergh, including aviation/aerospace, agriculture, arts and humanities, biomedical research and adaptive technology, conservation of natural resources, education, exploration, health and population sciences, intercultural communication, oceanography, waste disposal management, water resource management, and wildlife preservation.
Maddie's Fund will support animal welfare groups and veterinary medical associations that operate within the United States and are classified by the Internal Revenue Service as tax–exempt organizations.