Mississippi Grants

Assisi Foundation of Memphis 
The Assisi Foundation of Memphis, Inc. (The Foundation) supports innovative and established programs that address the needs of Mid–South residents in the categories of: Healthcare and Human Services, Education and Literacy, Social Justice/Ethics, Cultural Enrichment and the Arts. The Foundation considers grant applications from nonprofit organizations that provide services in the Greater Memphis area: Shelby, Fayette, and Tipton Counties in Tennessee...

Black Belt Community Foundation 
The Black Belt Arts Initiative is a partnership with the BBCF, Youth & Cultural Committee of the Black Belt Action Commission, and the Alabama State Council on the Arts (ASCA,) promotes artists, arts awareness, and creativity in the Black Belt. Grant Awards are available for projects addressing visual arts, performing arts, literary arts, cultural history, or other areas that coincide with the goals of BBAI. The Community Grants support efforts that en...

Brookshire Grocery Co. - AR, MS, LA, TX 
Brookshire Grocery Co. contributes to many nonprofit, non–political organizations. Normally, 800–plus charities receive donations each year. The company’s philanthropic efforts focus on feeding and otherwise caring for the needy, children’s issues and law enforcement. Brookshire Grocery Co.’s Community Connections activities include assisting Habitat for Humanity, the East Texas Food Bank, United Way Day of Caring, Speci...

Chisholm Foundation 
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...

Community Foundation of East Mississippi 
The Community Foundation of East Mississippi manages a variety of philanthropic funds. The guiding philosophy of the grantmaking process is driven by two key components: (1) maximum benefit for the area residents, and (2) adherence to the original vision of the donor. From the Board, the Program Committee oversees the Foundation’s grantmaking process.

Community Foundation of Greater Jackson 
The Greater Jackson Community Foundation as the tri–county area of Hinds, Madison, and Rankin Counties and including our capital city. However, grants can be distributed to a charity outside this service area. Our donor–advised funds support important work nationally and internationally.

Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi 
The Community Foundation accepts Grant Applications from nonprofit organizations in Tate, Tunica, Marshall, Coahoma, DeSoto, Quitman, Panola and Tallahatchie counties. Priority areas will be education, health care and young people. The Community Foundation will make grants to Northwest Mississippi organizations that have programs or initiatives that seek to impact their communities in these priority areas.

Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi 
While all causes that improve a community’s quality of life are important, the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi has selected education, health care and young people as its top priorities. Its current strategies to address these issues are initiatives in pre–kindergarten education, prevention of childhood obesity and place–based education. Communities served by the Foundation constitute 10 percent of the population and land...

CREATE Foundation - Northeast Mississippi 
CREATE Foundation is a non–profit, charitable corporation which serves as a community foundation to stimulate private giving for projects in the fields of education, community development, human development, and leadership development. CREATE’s outreach is regional and includes the 16 counties in Northeast Mississippi.

Erick Dampier Foundation 
The Erick Dampier Foundation was established to help develop and assist youth who do not have the same opportunities that others might have. Erick has always had a fondness for kids and it is his hope that through his foundation, he will be able to make a difference with both the youth of Mississippi and the youth of the Dallas–Ft. Worth Metroplex.


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