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A. Montgomery Ward Foundation - Chicago, Illinois 
The A. Montgomery Ward Foundation was established by his daughter, Marjorie Montgomery Ward Baker, in 1959 to support and strengthen charitable institutions that provide quality educational and cultural programming for the current and future residents of Chicago, Illinois, and its surrounding communities. Areas of funding interest include Arts, Culture, & Humanities; Education. The Foundation has biannual deadlines of April 30 and October 31. Grant dec...

Catherine Holmes Wilkins Foundation - Washington 
The Catherine Holmes Wilkins Foundation was created to provide charitable grants to qualified medical research and social service agencies in the Puget Sound region. Funding Priorities: Medical Research and Education; Physically Handicapped and Mentally Ill; Services for the Needy. Organizations must operate within or significantly affect the residents of the Greater Seattle region: Tacoma to Everett, Seattle, and the Eastside.

Claude R. and Ethel B. Whittenberger Foundation - Idaho 
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.

David, Helen, and Marian Woodward Fund - Georgia 
Trustees distribute income and principal exclusively to or for the benefit of non–profit institutions, corporations and associations which are located in Georgia or one of its neighboring states and which are organized and operated exclusively for religious, educational and charitable and scientific purposes and to governmental agencies to which contributions by individuals are made deductible from income by the Internal Revenue laws.

Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation 
The Foundation supports organizations that have accurately identified needs and have successfully and consistently worked to provide life–changing opportunities within these focus areas. We place a special emphasis on organizations primarily serving youth and those that exhibit strong community support. To help those in our communities that need it most, the Foundation has selected four areas of focus for grant allocation: Education, Health and Human...

Dorsey & Whitney Foundation - Multiple States 
The Dorsey & Whitney Foundation makes annual contributions to a variety of nonprofit organizations in the communities where Dorsey is located. Contributions focus on organizations, programs and projects that contribute to the cultural, civic, educational and general welfare of each community as a whole, as well as nonprofits that provide legal services for people who cannot otherwise afford representation.

Edwin S. Webster Foundation - New England 
The Edwin S. Webster Foundation normally meets twice a year, in the fall and spring, and will consider requests for capital programs, special projects or operating income. It is our policy to support charitable organizations that are well known to the Trustees, with emphasis on hospitals, medical research, education, youth agencies, cultural activities, and programs addressing the needs of minorities. No grants are made outside the United States, or to ind...

Ella West Freeman Foundation - Louisiana 
The Foundation supports grant seekers from the southeast Louisiana area. Within this area, highest priority is given to grants in the following categories. Education with an emphasis on private education, Arts, both performing and applied Community improvement and governmental oversight, Human service organizations with an emphasis on capital projects for established agencies.

Ellen G. & Edward G. Wong Family Foundation - San Diego, California 
As the manifestation of our founders' Christian faith, we want to support programs that give assistance to persons in developmental stages of life and to those in dire circumstances. Our primary fields of support are in education, children, Chinese cultural heritage, emergency/disaster/crisis services, and international goodwill. We limit our grantmaking to San Diego County.

Frederick & Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Foundation - National Focus 
The Frederick & Margaret L. Weyerhaeuser Foundation supports programs in the areas of Adolescent & Childhood Mental Health, Youth Conservation Education, Service Learning, and Innovative Teaching Techniques which reflect the interest of the founders' grandchildren. We are interested in creative programs aimed at youth education and healing. We will consider programs that fit into one or more of the four program areas. The Foundation has a part...


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