Barnes & Noble's Corporate Contributions Program
Barnes & Noble is committed to partnering with for–profit and non–profit organizations that focus their core businesses on higher learning, literacy and the arts. Our partnerships foster community good will and promote our brand. A suitable sponsorship is one that benefits Barnes & Noble and the communities it serves. Funding is limited.
Bay and Paul Foundations
Over the past decade we have come to understand that almost any school–based initiative that exhibits effectiveness and sustainability depends to a great extent on the collaborative capacity of the faculty. Accordingly, the majority of our grants are now directed to professional development with an emphasis on facilitative, distributive leadership and to the intentional interruption of inequitable policies, practices, and cultural norms. Though the E...
The Foundation is committed to improving the communities in which our employees live and work by giving primary consideration to organizations that serve these geographic areas. Funding interests include Civic and Social Service Programs, Science Education and Workforce Development, The Arts, Art Education and Culture.
The Foundation provides grants and scholarships to a broad range of charitable, religious and educational organizations across the United States. We support organizations that seek to improve lives by giving people the tools to become educated, healthy, and self–reliant through the grantmaking areas of Education, Health Care, Children and Youth Programs, Social Services (Food, Shelter and Clothing) and our Children of Fallen Heroes Program.
Bechtel Group Foundation
The Bechtel Group Foundation was created in 1954 to respond to the needs of the communities around the world in which Bechtel has offices or major projects. In 2008, the Foundation made grants totaling $2.07 million to 237 nonprofit organizations in 9 countries. The Foundation has four giving programs: educational, civic and cultural, and social service, scholarships and other support to business, technical, and engineering programs at universities worldwi...
Traditionally, the Foundation has supported organizations in four funding categories: Arts, Education, Environment and Human Services. The Beim Foundation's geographic priority is the State of Minnesota. In 2006, the Beim Foundation will grant up to 30% of its total giving in support of projects located in the city of Denver, CO; Cumberland county, Maine; Park and Gallatin counties, Montana; and Santa Fe county, New Mexico.
Bemis Company Foundation
Established in 1959, the Bemis Company Foundation serves as the principal instrument of philanthropy for the Company. Funded annually by the Company, the Foundation typically distributes approximately $2.5 million per year to charitable organizations and programs in the United States. Our priority is to give and support those communities in which we operate. The following general guidelines have been established for the distribution of charitable contribut...
Bernard and Audre Ropoport Foundation
The primary focus of the Foundation is on programs that benefit children and youth in Waco and McLennan County, Texas. Proposals that fall outside the areas below are considered as long as they offer imaginative, and when possible, long–range solutions to the problems of the most needy members of society, and ideally, solutions that can be replicated in other communities. The Foundation prefers to concentrate on five primary areas: Education, Arts &a...
Best Friends Foundation
The Best Friends Foundation provides youth development programs for 6–12 graders with character–building curricula with messages of abstinence from sex, drugs, alcohol, and violence.
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