DuPont Grantmaking Activities
Each year, DuPont contributes to numerous efforts that meet the needs of various groups and global communities where the company operates. Areas of support include: Educational programs; Culture & the arts; Environmental initiatives; Human & health service organizations; and Civic & community activities.
Edison supports nonprofit and/or non–governmental organizations. To qualify for consideration, such organizations must strive to maintain or improve the quality of life in the community and address specific community needs. Our primary areas of support are education and environment.
Educational Foundation of America
The Educational Foundation of America (EFA) makes grants to qualifying non–profit organizations that have tax–exempt status and those that are not private foundations as defined in the Internal Revenue Code. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the environment, reproductive freedom, theatre, education, medicine, drug policy reform, democracy, peace & national security issues and human services.
Edward Fein Foundation - Education - National Focus
The Edward Fein Foundation envisions a culture within the United States that values the significance of academic achievement as greatly as it currently values athletic accomplishments of the human body. The foundation believes that the value of education should be embedded so inherently into every level of society that no person seeking higher education should be discouraged because of financial need. The foundation supports systems that encourage and rewa...
eInstruction EdTech Conference Grant
Provides information regarding the $3,500 grant offered by eInstruction for schools or districts to host a professional development conference focused on education technology. Grant is open for K–12. This is an on–going grant with no application deadline.
Elsevier Foundation - Libraries - Global Focus
Since 2002, The Elsevier Foundation awards grants non profit, knowledge centered organizations focusing on the worldâ€™s libraries, nurse faculty and women scholars during their early and mid–careers.
Emeril Lagasse Foundation
Established in 2002, Emeril Lagasse Foundation supports non–profit organizations that provide educational programs, life skills development, culinary training and cultural enrichment, creating opportunities in the communities where Emerilâ€™s restaurants operate. Emeril has restaurants in Las Vegas, New Orleans, Miami, Orlando, Gulfport.
Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation - Connecticut & National Focus
The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation will seek and fund innovative projects which advance solutions to basic and enduring problems. With an overall emphasis on education, principally in the United States, it will take an active role in three major areas: Art, Environment, Learning Disabilities. While the Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation occasionally receives letters of inquiry, it should be understood that unsolicited proposals and letters of inquiry rarely de...
Entergy Charitable Foundation
Entergyâ€™s Corporate Giving programs include cash as well as in–kind contributions that address myriad community needs: arts and culture, community improvement and enrichment, education and literacy, the environment and healthy families. Entergyâ€™s Open Grants Program focuses on improving communities as a whole. We look for giving opportunities in the areas of arts and culture, community improvement/enrichment, the environment and healt...
Entertainment Industry Foundation
The Entertainment Industry Foundation responds to some of the most critical needs facing our society. We help raise awareness and funds for important causes such as childhood hunger, cancer research, creative arts, education, cardiovascular research, and much more.