Kentucky Grants


Mebane Charitable Foundation - Early Childhood - NC, KY, NY, CA 
The Mebane Charitable Foundation was founded by G. Allen Mebane IV in 1992. Since 2000, the Foundation has pledged and awarded grants totaling more than $8,500,000 to organizations in North Carolina, Kentucky, New York and California. In recent years the Foundation has narrowed its focus significantly, with the majority of its funding directed toward improving public education in North Carolina, but more specifically in Davie and surrounding counties. The...
www.mebanefoundation.com


National City Community Involvement 
National City recognizes its responsibility to its communities in which we live, learn, and work. Its objective is to support organizations that enhance educational, economic, and cultural priorities of its local communities and to provide for the health and welfare of all citizens. Such support may be in the form of cash donations, in–kind gifts or services, and employee volunteers. Geographical areas served: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, M...
www.nationalcity.com/about-us/commu...


Norton Foundation 
The Foundation supports experiential and holistic education that encourages their social, emotional, intellectual, physical and ethical development. The Foundation gives priority to programs that use the arts to achieve this goal. The Foundation also supports social services benefiting children and adolescents which are protective and preventative in nature. Civic projects in Louisville and Jefferson County which enhance the lives of children and adolescen...
www.nortonfoundation.com


Paul Ogle Foundation 
The Foundation is headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana, and provides grants to organizations in Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Switzerland, Scott, and Washington Counties in Indiana and Jefferson County, Kentucky. The primary categories of funding by the Foundation are education (primarily higher education), civic, economic development, humanities and health and general welfare. Historically, the Foundation has supported projects with an emphasis on bricks an...
www.ogle-fdn.org


Peoples Bancorp Foundation 
The primary goal is to provide contributions and grants to organizations that assist low to moderate–income families in markets where Peoples Bank currently has office locations. Foundation contributions will focus charitable giving in four major areas: community investment and economic development, youth and education, human services programs that improve the social needs of low–moderate income communities and individuals, and the arts and cul...
www.peoplesbancorp.com/peoples_banc...


R.C. Durr Foundation 
In keeping with his legacy of commitment and caring, the R.C. Durr Foundation is dedicated to celebrating the life and legacy of its benefactor by providing philanthropic support to improve the quality of life of the larger Northern Kentucky region and its people, with a particular emphasis on education, social services and community development.
durrfoundation.com


Steele-Reese Foundation 
The Steele–Reese Foundation, a trust for charitable purposes, makes grants to charitable organizations operating in the western states of Idaho and Montana, and in the southern Appalachian mountain region of eastern Kentucky. The Foundation supports projects in education, health, social welfare, the humanities, and the environment. Applications from organizations operating outside of these regional or programming areas will not be eligible for fundin...
www.steele-reese.org/


Thomas J. Emery Memorial 
The Memorial makes grants which enhance the lives of Greater Cincinnati citizens by improving their social, cultural, educational, civic and physical conditions. The Greater Cincinnati area includes Hamilton, Butler, Clermont and Warren counties in Ohio, and Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties in Kentucky.
www.greatercincinnatifdn.org/page26...


Toyota U.S.A Foundation - AL, CA, IN, KY, MI, NY, TX, WV 
Education is the focus of the Toyota U.S.A Foundation. In addition to funding national programs, Toyota supports the social well–being of communities where it has major operations (Alabama, California, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Texas and West Virginia). This includes assistance for Arts & Culture and Civic & Community Development, Health & Human Services.
www.toyota.com/about/philanthropy/e...


WHAS Crusade for Children 
WHAS Crusade for Children grants are made to non–profit agencies, schools and hospitals that help children with special needs up to age 18. The term “special needs” is defined as physical, mental, emotional and medical needs. Grants are for direct services only; No grants are made to individuals or families; Grants are made for specific programs or equipment that provide direct benefit to special needs children and are not general operati...
www.whascrusade.org


 

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