Foundation / Corporation
Lincoln Financial Foundation
06/18/14 5:00 PM
Grants to New Hampshire, Indiana, North Carolina, Connecticut, Nebraska, and Pennsylvania non-profit organizations offering high-quality projects, programs, and/or services focusing on meeting basic human needs. These grants are intended to support initiatives aimed at ensuring all individuals have the ability to meet their needs for food, housing, and independent living/self-sufficiency.
By helping fulfill these basic needs, Lincoln hopes to place the most vulnerable populations in a position where they can begin to build better lives through education and job training.
GrantWatch ID#: 140646
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Concord, NH and Hartford, CT
Byron O. Champlin, Program Officer
One Granite Place
Concord, NH 03301-0000
FAX: 603 229-6439
Fort Wayne, IN and Omaha, NE
Jean Vrabel, Program Officer
1300 South Clinton Street
P.O. Box 7863
Fort Wayne, IN 46801-7863
FAX: 260 455-4004
Jana Barrett, Program Officer
100 North Greene Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
FAX: 336 691-3311
Susan Segal, Program Officer
2005 Market Street
1 Commerce Square 30thFloor
Philadelphia, PA 19103
USA: Connecticut; Indiana; Nebraska; New Hampshire; North Carolina; Pennsylvania
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