Kentucky Grants

Alma Randolph Charitable Foundation - Owensboro-Daviess County 
The mission of the Alma Randolph Charitable Foundation is to provide new back–to– school clothing for the disadvantaged children in Owensboro–Daviess County, Kentucky. We believe that our program enhances their self–esteem and allows them to return to school with dignity, and ready to focus on learning. Referrals are submitted by the area homeless shelters, youth centers, and the city and county school systems. Each child selected t...

Appalachian Community Fund 
The Appalachian Community Fund (ACF) is a publicly supported, non–profit grantmaking organization that provides resources and support to grassroots organizations working to overcome the underlying causes of poverty and injustice in Central Appalachia (East Tennessee, Eastern Kentucky, Southwest Virginia and West Virginia). On the journey to justice, our vision is to work for the day when Appalachia's land, air and water are saved from destructio...

Blue Grass Community Foundation 
The Blue Grass Community Foundation is a non–profit, community corporation created by and for the people of Central, South Eastern and much of Eastern Kentucky. Grants will focus on education, to increase learning opportunities for at–risk children and adults; to promote academic success; early childhood education; family literacy; G.E.D., English as a second language (ESL); and after school enrichment programs.

C. E. and S. Foundation - Louisville 
The C. E. and S. Foundation, Inc. identifies, funds, and nurtures projects and organizations in the fields of higher education, international cooperation, and improvements to the urban environment that meaningfully enhance the living conditions or prospects of identifiable people.

Calipari Family Foundation For Children - KY, TN 
The Calipari Family Foundation For Children is dedicated to the betterment of the lives of underprivileged children in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and also in Memphis, Tennessee, where the Foundation was started.

Community Foundation of Louisville 
The Community Foundation of Louisville is a community–based, independent, nonprofit organization created by the people of Louisville. Areas of funding interest include: • Change Makers Partnership Grants, • Arts & Humanities, • Historic Preservation, • Lee Look Fund for Spinal Injury.

Community Foundation of West Kentucky 
The Community Foundation is a granting organization that funds other non–profits’ programs and services as well as scholarships for area students.

E. ON U.S. Foundation 
Since its inception in 1994, the E.ON U.S. Foundation has represented E.ON U.S. LLC and its subsidiaries — Louisville Gas & Electric (LG&E), Kentucky Utilities (KU) and Old Dominion Power (ODP) — as the philanthropic arm for charitable giving. The Foundation mission is to contribute to the communities in which we do business by supporting Education, Diversity, Environmental, and Health and Human Services initiatives. Geographic focu...

E. Thomas Arington Family Foundation 
The Arington Foundation (AF) was founded in 1994 by Mr. E. Thomas Arington. Based in Greater Cincinnati area, the foundation emphasizes supporting groups located in southwest Ohio, southeast Indiana, and northern/central Kentucky. The foundation has provided support for a variety of organizations, including those of athletic, educational, humanitarian, and religious nature. The impact these groups have had ranges from local to international. The Arington...

Foundation for the Tri-State Community 
We are the only community foundation located in the Tri–State area of eastern Kentucky, southwestern West Virginia and southern Ohio. The Foundation represents all facets of its tri–state community. Grants are made to diverse groups, ranging from arts and cultural organizations, social service agencies, environmental causes, scholarships, youth programs and much more.


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