Chicago Community Trust
We provide critical charitable resources in the arts, community and economic development, education, health and wellness, hunger and homeless alleviation, legal services, programs for youth, the elderly, people with disabilities, and to assure that basic human needs are met for all members of our community.
Chicago Foundation for Education
Founded in 1985 by Joyce Rumsfeld and a small group of concerned citizens, the Chicago Foundation for Education has dedicated the past twenty years to improving and enhancing the educational experiences provided to Chicago's public elementary school children.
Chicago Foundation for Women
One of the largest women's funds in the world, Chicago Foundation for Women believes that all women and girls should have the opportunity to achieve their potential and live in safe, just and healthy communities.
Chicago Tribune Foundation - Chicago, Illinois
The Chicago Tribune Foundation aims to promote public knowledge and strengthen the Chicago metropolitan community by encouraging journalistic excellence and diversity, supporting diverse cultural institutions and arts education for low–income children, and promoting civic efforts.
Children's Charities Foundation - Wash DC, VA, MD
Founded in 1994 by a group of Washington–area business and professional leaders, The Children's Charities Foundation has distributed nearly $7 million to charities in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area including the District of Columbia; Montgomery and Prince George's Counties in Maryland; Fairfax and Arlington Counties in Virginia; and the City of Alexandria, Virginia.
Children's Fund of Connecticut
The Children's Fund of Connecticut is a public charitable foundation dedicated to ensuring that children in Connecticut who are disadvantaged have access to and make use of a comprehensive, effective, community–based health and mental health care system. To carry out this mission, the Children's Fund champions sustainable improvements in primary and preventive care practices through innovative grant making.
Today, the Chinook Fund is an alternative philanthropic community foundation for social change, and the effect of the “winds of change” has been felt throughout the entire state of Colorado. From Durango to Yuma, more than 200 grassroots organizations have received well over $1,400,000 in grant awards to further the work of social change.
Chisholm Foundation - Mississippi
The mission of the Chisholm Foundation is to support education, the arts, and religious endeavors. The Chisholm Foundation funds only a small number of the many worthwhile proposals received. The Foundation welcomes an opportunity to consider special projects, especially demonstration or "seed" projects which, if successful, can be continued with support from an organization's operating budget or other funding sources. Matching gifts or challenge gran...
Choice Hotels International Foundation - National & International Focus
The Choice Hotels International Foundation grants funds to charitable organizations that meet the Foundation's guidelines and are located in the areas where Choice Hotels International has a corporate presence. The Foundation will support these efforts by actively engaging our associates and franchisees through volunteerism and philanthropic giving. The primary areas of focus that define the Foundation's giving are: Providing shelter and food to...
Christensen Fund - National & International Focus
The Christensen Fund focuses its grantmaking on maintaining the rich diversity of the world–biological and cultural–over the long run, by focusing on four geographic regions: The Greater South West (Southwest USA and Northwest Mexico), Central Asia and Turkey, The African Rift Valley (Ethiopia), Northern Australia and Melanesia.