Foundation / Corporation
Grants to California nonprofit organizations in eligible locations to enhance the lives of families and youth. Priority is given to proposals that place an emphasis on at-risk and underserved populations. Program or project funding must fall within one of the Foundation's focal areas of giving: Healthy Living, Hockey Fights Cancer, Holiday Assist, Heroes appreciation, Education, Hockey is For Everyone, and Environmental Awareness. Organizations must be in the San Fransisco Bay area.
1. Program Funding:
Programs are annually run and have set parameters; usually a subdivision of a non-profit, it is a service they provide. Program examples (not limited to):
When a non-profit applies for program funding, they are applying to become a 50/50 Raffle beneficiary, Goals for Kids recipient or Sharks Foundation fundraiser beneficiary. The Sharks Foundation will assign the type of funding to a non-profit based on recommendations from the grant review committees and the Foundation's discretion. In an ongoing effort to deepen relationships with our non-profit partners and increase impact, the Foundation is no longer providing traditional grats and instead are looking for reciprocal, multifaceted relationships. Non-profits selected for funding will be designated one of three avenues below as determined by the Sharks Foundation:
2. Project Grants:
An activation or project is typically a one-time execution and one-time cost. Examples (not limited to):
GrantWatch ID#: 139979
For programs, the Sharks Foundation will either provide a grant up to $30,000 or make a non-profit the beneficiary of one of the Foundation's 50/50 Raffles. Proceeds from a 50/50 Raffle can range anywhere from $3,500-$30,000+.
Funding must be used by July 31, 2021.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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San Jose, CA 95113
USA: California: San Francisco Bay Area
Fundraising opportunity for USA, Canada, and International nonprofit organizations to host a jazz concert held in honor of their organization or cause. Applicants must contact the funding source prior to applying. In addition to funds raised through concert ticket sales
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