Foundation / Corporation
Durham Family Foundation
Grants starting at $1,000 to Northern California, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and Omaha, Nebraska nonprofits for arts, education, social, youth and other programs that encourage innovation, sustainability, and excellence. A letter of intent is due February 15. Funds are intended to support programs that enrich the community and help people maximize their potential.
For capital requests, there must be a timeline and funding plan in place to demonstrate a reasonable chance of success for the completion of the project.
If operational funding is requested, the agency must demonstrate that the need for operating support is short-term and that plans are in place to ensure that other sources of funding will be available to meet future operational needs.
The Durham Family Foundation does not provide funds for the following:
-Scholarships paid directly to students
-Programs whose purpose is to influence legislation or to support candidates for political office
GrantWatch ID#: 166012
Starting at $1,000.
Requests for less than $1,000 are received on a case-by-case basis throughout the year.
Multi-year grants are accepted, but most grants are for one year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Durham Family Foundation
The Old Parkland
3963 Maple Ave
Dallas, Texas 75219
USA: California; Nebraska; Texas
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