Foundation / Corporation
Grants to Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties, and Beverly Hills area, California non-profits that provide human services, programs and assistance to low-income, high risk, disadvantaged and underserved populations. Human services focus on proving a safety net to under-served populations, including food, shelter, clothing, housing and economic development.
Funds are intended to provide support for programs and services that have a broad impact on the greatest number of people in the community. Grants are primarily for program and general operating expenses. Requests for fundraisers, capital and endowment will be considered on a case by case basis.
The following are not eligible for funds:
•Organizations located outside the areas where the company has business operations.
•Individuals or individual sponsorships.
•Political parties, organizations, candidates, campaigns or events.
•Association or membership dues.
•Field trips, tours, or travel expenses (unless demonstrated as integral part of program).
•Annual meetings, conferences and conventions.
•Organizations primarily promoting religious purposes; requiring participants to be of a certain faith to participate in programs or receive services, or delivering services with prayer proselytizing or other specifically religious activities.
•Donor-advised funds, private foundations, personal trusts.
•Requests deemed as "pass through" grants.
•Third party fundraisers.
•Individual scholarships or tuition assistance.
•Athletic teams, booster clubs or social groups.
•Salaries or personnel requests (unless directly related to sustainability of the organization).
•Organizations who discriminate on the basis of sex, race, sexual orientation, color, age, religion, national origin or physical disability.
•National organizations (unless they have a major presence in the local community and a major percentage of funds raised stay in the community).
•Government or public agencies (excluding public school districts).
GrantWatch ID#: 142963
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
6267 Carpinteria Ave. Suite 100
Carpinteria, CA 93013
Telephone: (805) 745-2100
Fax: (805) 745-1816
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