The Avista Foundation, a community investment program of Avista Utilities, provides funding to non–profit organizations addressing the needs of communities and citizens served by Avista Utilities in eastern Washington, northern Idaho, portions of sourthern Oregon, as well as Sanders County, Montana. Focus areas: education – supports K–12 education particularly in the fields of science, math and technology; and higher education including s...
B.W. Bastian Foundation
The B.W. Bastian Foundation strives to build community and understanding by supporting local and national institutions. Financial support is directed at educational outreach, cultural and HIV/Aids programs. A strong commitment is placed on programs and organizations that benefit, encourage, and preserve the rights of individuals and promote equality for the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community. Primarily, we fund in the Intermountain West regio...
Bank of the West - AZ, CA, CO, ID, KS, MN, MO, NV, NM, ND, OK, OR, SD, UT,...
The mission of the Bank's Charitable Contributions Program is to help meet the needs of the communities we serve by supporting nonprofit organizations dedicated to improving quality of life, particularly for low– and moderate–income individuals and communities. The Bank will consider requests for contributions from nonprofit organizations that qualify under the following charitable giving categories: Community and Economic Development, Edu...
The Bullitt Foundation has substantially refined its funding focus, geographic priorities, approach to grant making, and operations. Where once the Foundation endeavored to cover the full range of environmental issues in the Pacific Northwest, it now will concentrate on urban issues, business and technology, ecosystem services and planning, and civic engagement. While the overall geographic region of interest remains the same, the Foundation will focus the...
The Foundation mission is to leverage foundation resources for the greatest possible impact in protecting pristine wilderness areas in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alaska and western Canada; ending homelessness in Washington state; and strengthening the nonprofit community. Geographic Focus: AK, ID, MT, WA, and Western Canada.
The Gregory C. Carr Foundation is a non–profit organization whose program activities are dedicated to the environment, human rights and the arts. The Foundation has established a variety of programs in the US and Internationally. We now focus our efforts in Southern Africa where we are teaming with the government of Mozambique to protect and restore Gorongosa National Park and to ensure the wellbeing of the communities living near the park.
Charlotte Martin Foundation
The Charlotte Martin Foundation, a private independent foundation established in 1987, operates in the states of Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska. The Foundation is dedicated to enriching the lives of youth in the areas of athletics, culture, and education and also to preserving and protecting wildlife and habitat. Our two areas of focus – youth and wildlife – were established by our founder, Charlotte Yeoman Martin, during her lif...
Claude R. and Ethel B. Whittenberger Foundation
The Whittenberger Foundation currently gives priority to innovative and enriching projects which significantly improve the quality of life for children and young people. The Foundation's areas of interest relating to children and young people are education, arts and culture, health, social welfare, recreation and the environment. Geographical focus area Idaho.
Community Foundation for the Inland Northwest
The Community Foundation for the Inland Northwest serves 10 counties in Eastern Washington and 10 counties in North Idaho. Our services help people who care about our region meet their charitable goals. Areas of funding interest include arts and culture, education, environmental preservation, community/economic development and human services. The Foundation awards grants to programs benefitting 20 counties that comprise Eastern Washington and North Idaho....
The Foundation supports a wide range of programs that benefit children newborn to 18 years of age in Dell's principle US locations, and welcomes proposals from non–profit organizations that address the health and human services, the education, and the technology access for youth.