Foundation / Corporation
Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky (TMMK)
Grants to Kentucky nonprofits to support diversity, environment, safety, and youth and education programs. Funding is provided for programs that take place in all counties in Kentucky, with the exception of Henderson and Daviess. Priority will be given to programs with an educational focus that can show sustainability.
While Toyota prefers to support program-based requests, on occasion, Toyota will support fund-raising activities where the majority of the proceeds go directly to the organization.
Toyota funds requests that:
- Are geared towards benefiting a large number of people
- Offer participation in local educational programs
- Exhibit clear, measurable and realistic goals and objectives
- Establish the means for evaluation and reporting after a program is completed
- Provide leadership and development programs for participants
- Target youth within any of the funding priority areas
- Include financial and other strategic commitments from other funding organizations
GrantWatch ID#: 129842
Nonprofit organizations that cover all counties in Kentucky, with exception of Henderson and Daviess are eligible to apply.
Toyota is unable to fund requests benefitting:
- Political organizations, parties or candidates
- Fraternal organizations
- Labor organizations
- Non-charitable organizations
- Athletic organizations or sports teams
- Individual and/or private schools
- Covering routine institutional expenses or deficits
An organization must certify that it maintains non-discriminatory policies and operational practices in accordance with the following Toyota non-discriminatory policy and guidelines:
This certifies the Organization does not discriminate in its programs, activities or hiring policies, and is not affiliated with any national organizations or chapters that discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion, disability, medical condition, sex or gender (including pregnancy), gender identity and/or expression (including a transgender identity), sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state or local law. Organizations that receive charitable grants and are later found not to comply with Toyota’s non-discrimination policy may be required to return all or part of the grant.
Matching Gifts cannot be used to support any political parties, candidates or lobbying activities, publications, fraternal or labor organizations, advertising, capital campaigns or endowments. Religious groups are eligible only if the grant is designated to ongoing secular community service programs open to all persons that do not propagate a belief in a specific faith. These programs must have a formal mission and separate budget, and benefits of the grants must not be limited exclusively to the organization’s members.
The organization must also meet the requirements placed upon charitable contribution recipients designated by the Internal Revenue Code and Federal Tax Laws. Any changes to the Organization’s tax exempt status must be reported to Toyota.
Apply By: May 1st
Apply By: Dec 1st
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Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Click here to apply online: https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_1707/default.asp?SA=SNA&FID=35008
If you still have questions after visiting the FAQ page, email Toyota at ToyotaPhilanthropy@Toyota.com.
USA: Kentucky: All counties in Kentucky, with exception of Henderson and Daviess