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Grants to California, New Jersey, and Texas Nonprofits
for Health and Human Services Programs

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Allergan Foundation

LOI Date:

05/24/19

Deadline Date:

06/28/19 11:59 PM

Description:

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Grants ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 to California, New Jersey, and Texas nonprofit organizations in eligible regions for programs that promote health, well-being, and access to healthcare. Applicants are required to submit a letter of interest prior to submitting a full application.

The Allergan Foundation will consider awarding grants for:
- Programs that promote education, research, and awareness of health issues.
- Efforts to improve the quality of health care and patient access to care.
- Patient and health care-centered organizations providing direct care to an underserved population.
- Community-based projects that support health and well-being in regions where Allergan plc has a facility.

In recognition of the source of the Foundation’s endowment, strong priority is given to grant applications supporting regions where the majority of Allergan employees live and work, with a focus on Central New Jersey; Orange County, California; and Central Texas. Due to the large volume of requests received in California, priority will be given to health and human service programs in that area.

The Allergan Foundation will consider awarding grants for:
- Programs that promote education, research, and awareness of health issues.
- Efforts to improve the quality of health care and patient access to care
- Patient and health care-centered organizations providing direct care to an underserved population.
- Community-based projects that support health and well-being in regions where Allergan plc has a facility.

The Allergan Foundation focuses its giving on Health and Human Service programs. While it is the primary focus, the Foundation Board carefully reviews all requests for grants that promote healthy lives and well-being for people in the communities where Allergan Employees live and work. Given that resources are limited, the Foundation's grantmaking is as diverse as the communities it serves, and it tries to meet the unique needs of specific geographic areas.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 143947

Estimated Size of Grant:

Community grants range from $5,000 to $25,000.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Grants are not made to support or fund:
- Organizations that have not yet received Internal Revenue Code §501(c)(3) publicly charity status.
- Individuals or family requests for scholarships, fellowship assistance, or other types of support.
- Refugee- or religious-based activities for the purpose of furthering religious doctrine.
- Fraternal, labor, or political organizations.
- Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, religion, creed, gender, or national origin.
- Matching gifts.
- In-kind donations.
- Golf tournaments, athletic events, league or team sponsorships, or school-affiliated orchestra, band, choir, student trips, or tours.
- Private schools K-12.
- Fundraising activities, galas, luncheons/dinners, or advertising sponsorships.
- Activities that propagandize or influence legislation and/or elections; that promote voter registration; that promote political candidates or political campaigns, or engage in political activities; litigation.
- Institutions limiting their services to persons of a single religious sect or denomination.
- Conferences, workshops, exhibits, surveys, or consumer interest groups.
- Contingencies, deficits, or debt reduction.
- Charities or funds solely directed by a single physician or medical practice group.

Grants generally are not approved for:
- Organizations that collect funds for redistribution to other non-profit groups.
- Regular, ongoing operating support.
- Agencies, projects, or programs primarily financed by government sources.

The Allergan Foundation, does not fund any grant request that appears to be for the primary purpose of supporting Allergan plc’s business, including requests for Allergan plc product donations or requests to support events that are intended to directly benefit healthcare professionals or other Allergan plc customers or suppliers. In addition, the Allergan Foundation reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any request even when the requesting organization meets the Allergan Foundation’s grant guidelines.

Pre-Application Information:

Application Timeline:
- May 1st – May 24th: A link to the Letters of Interest template will become active under the “Apply” tab.
- June 10th: Organizations are notified if they have been selected for the second stage of the application cycle. Those that are selected will receive a link to complete the application process.
- June 10th – June 28th: Selected organizations may complete grant applications to be considered for funding.
- September 12th: Organizations are notified of Community Grant awards via email.

FAQs: https://allerganfoundation.org/faqs/

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Apply online: https://online.foundationsource.com/ws/index.jsp?site=allergancommunity

Technical Assistance: If you have technical questions or encounter any difficulties while completing the LOI online, please contact the administrator, Foundation Source, at premiersupport@foundationsource.com or 800-839-5316.

Please direct all other questions not addressed on this website to allerganfoundation@allergan.com.

Gwyn L. Grenrock
Executive Director, The Allergan Foundation

The Allergan Foundation
P.O. Box 19534,
Irvine, CA 92623-9534

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