Human Services Grants

Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust 
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust aspires to improve lives by supporting effective nonprofits. The Trust's grantmaking focuses on four main areas: health and medical research, human services, education, and conservation. The Trust also awards grants in other areas.

Lockheed Martin 
Lockheed Martin is committed to a program of philanthropy that supports the Corporation's strategic business goals and invests in the quality of life in the communities where our employees work and live. Lockheed Martin's primary areas of funding are: K–16 math, science and engineering educational initiatives; Civic, cultural, environmental, and health & human services programs that strengthen our communities; Causes of importance to ou...

Macauley Foundation 
The Macauley Foundation is a private not–for–profit corporation which is operated for the sole purpose of awarding grants to charitable organizations that exemplify compassion for humankind, and are committed to improving lives, the world over. At the present, The Macauley Foundation will not consider funding for homeless and feeding programs which are located outside our local area.

May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust 
The Trust was created in 1989 by May Smith to provide grants to organizations that serve the needs of children, the elderly, the disabled, and the disadvantaged. The Trust makes grants internationally, but is particularly interested in projects that serve people in the countries that May and her husband Stanley enjoyed visiting during their lifetimes: the United States, the Bahamas, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Australia. The Charitable Trust provides s...

May and Stanley Smith Trust 
The Trust makes grants to organizations that are recognized as 501(c)(3) public charities by the United States Internal Revenue Service, and to non–U.S. organizations that can demonstrate that they would meet the requirements for such status. The grant award limit is $6,000. The Trust generally funds smaller nonprofit organizations, to which such an amount would make a significant difference. The Trust provides support in the following areas: General...

Nash Foundation - Minnesota 
The Nash Foundation considers requests only from 501(c)(3) not–for–profit organizations. Our grant making is generally limited to organizations in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis–St. Paul. We also make a limited number of grants in communities that are of historic interest to The Foundation (but do not accept unsolicited proposals from these areas). We're interested in the arts, the environment, and human services – with a focus...

Northrop Grumman Contributions Program - Multiple States 
The Northrop Grumman Corporation recognizes our obligations to our shareholders, employees, customers, and communities. We are committed to be a responsible corporate citizen and support communities throughout the United States, particularly where our employees live and work, with financial, in–kind and volunteer resources. Through the Contributions Program, the Company seeks to address critical issues and needs by providing financial assistance to a...

Northwest Energy 
While we seek to support a wide range of community activities, grants will generally be made to those non–profit groups that have the greatest opportunity for positively affecting the communities we serve and are focused in one of the following categories: Education, Health & Human Services, Civic & Community, Culture & the Arts, Resource Conservation (habitat preservation, fish and wildlife preservation). Areas of geographical focus: Mo...

Oscar & Evelyn Overton Charitable Foundation Community - National Focus 
The purpose of The Cheesecake Factory Oscar & Evelyn Overton Charitable Foundation is to fulfill our civic responsibility of giving something back to the communities of which we are a part. This non–profit organization was created not only as a financial instrument, but also as a way to utilize our ever–increasing number of caring and conscientious staff members and unite them behind a common cause.

Owens Corning 
Though increasingly global in scope, Owens Corning realizes local facilities often know best the needs of their communities. Reflecting our priority for health and safety, health and human service organizations are enhanced by the largest share of Owens Corning's annual giving budget, which is then directed by the local organizations to those in need.


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