SRP - Arizona
SRP will focus its corporate contributions on consistent and meaningful involvement in community issues and programs in the areas of: Education, Arts and culture, Health and human services, Civic leadership, Environmental quality.
Swanson Family Foundation
The Swanson Family Foundation was established in 2006 to create a legacy of sharing with the world in the areas of education, leadership, the environment, and health and lifestyle related issues. Grants will be primarily made to organizations providing “hands–on” support to promote a sustainable higher quality of life in the areas of education, environment, leadership and health.
TI's highest giving priority is Education, focused on improving the quality of life in our community by providing knowledge, skills and programs that increase the percentage of high school graduates who are math and science capable. Support is also designated for programs that enrich our community in the following areas: Arts and Culture, Civic and Business, Health and Human Services.
The Armstrong McDonald Foundation
The Armstrong McDonald Foundation has made a number of generous gifts to the Steele Children's Research Center over the years. Early gifts to the building campaign for the research tower helped to secure matching funds from the Kresge Foundation. Equipment grants have benefited research teams in the areas of neonatology and genetics.
The Butler Family Foundation
The Butler Family Foundation is governed by the children and grandchildren of Pat and Aimee Butler. The legacy of the founders continues in the Foundation's priorities of supporting human services, including chemical dependency programs, and the arts. The environment has emerged as a new priority for the Foundation in the last decade. The Trustees of the Butler Family Foundation continue to honor Pat and Aimee's commitment to the betterment of th...
The Fan Fox & Leslie R. Samuels Foundation, Inc.
In the nearly 20 years since Mr. and Mrs. Samuels' deaths, the overall goals of the Foundation have remained those of its founders. The Foundation has consistently supported the performing arts which remain a major focus of its grant making, and has devoted substantial resources to health and social service programs that will improve the lives of New Yorkers.
The Joseph and Mary Cacioppo Foundation
Since its inception in 1983, the family–based Cacioppo Foundation has built a portfolio of grants that are given to nearly 200 deserving non–profits across the United States each year.
The McKesson Foundation
The McKesson Foundation seeks to enhance the health and quality of life in communities where McKesson Corporation operates and its employees live. Our emphasis is focused on access to quality healthcare for low–income youth.
The Mid-Michigan Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure
The Mid–Michigan Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® is working to reduce rates of late stage breast cancer diagnosis and mortality and to improve the quality of life for breast cancer survivors. Applications are invited for community grants to support high impact breast cancer programs in the Mid–Michigan area
Thrasher Research Fund
The Thrasher Research Fund remains open to a variety of pediatric medical research topics. Research projects with the potential to impact a large number of children as well as research projects that address severe problems affecting relatively few children will be considered. The Fund seeks to maintain a portfolio of grants with a balance of both domestic and international research. Amounts awarded and time periods vary depending on the specific needs of e...