Foundation / Corporation
Grants to USA nonprofit organizations, schools, and government agencies in multiple states to benefit communities where the funding source has a business presence. Applicants must submit a pre-grant inquiry form prior to applying. Particular emphasis is placed on organizations specializing in arts and education.
The Telamon Foundation was also established to support the communities in which Telamon operates and in which its employees live. Telamon has nine domestic locations, including Carmel, Indiana; Chino, California; Clarkesville, Arkansas; Dayton, New Jersey; Dayton, Ohio; Elk Grove Village, Illinois; Fenton, Missouri; Kansas City, Kansas; Louisville, Kentucky; and Whitestown, Indiana.
GrantWatch ID#: 173348
The Foundation places special emphasis on nonprofit organizations that specialize in arts and education where its employee base is best served.
More information regarding Telamon locations may be found here:
Applicants must provide a copy of the most recent IRS letter determining that the organization is exempt from federal income taxes under Internal Revenue Code (“Code”) section 501(c)(3).
Private Foundation or Public Charity Classification:
Applicants must provide a copy of the most recent IRS letter determining the organization’s classification as a private foundation or a public charity under Code section 509(a). The determination letter described in Question 2 above likely will have this information as well. Check the box below that describes your organization. (The Code sections corresponding to the respective classifications appear in parentheses.)
Applicants may indicate the following designations:
-Public charity with fee receipts and limited investment income (509(a)(2))
-Supporting organization (509(a)(3))
-Private operating foundation (4942(j)(3))
-Organization benefiting state college (170(b)(1)(A)(iv))
-Exempt operating foundation (4940(d)(2))
-Governmental unit (170(b)(1)(A)(v))
-Private non-operating foundation (509(a))
-Publicly supported charity (170(b)(1)(A)(vi))
The Foundation has a single funding round annually.
If your organization has not applied for a grant in previous years, you must fill out a pre-grant inquiry form prior to applying. This form will be used to determine whether your organization qualifies to receive funding from the Telamon Foundation. If not, you will be notified within 10 business days after receipt of this form. If you have filled this form out in a previous year, there is no need for you to do so again.
Applications are due on September 15, 2017.
You will be notified on the status of your application request no later than December 8, 2017.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
1000 E. 116th Street
Carmel, Indiana 46032
USA: Arkansas: Clarkesville; California: Chino; Illinois: Elk Grove Village; Indiana: Carmel and Whitestown; Kansas: Kansas City; Kentucky: Louisville; Missouri: Fenton; New Jersey: Dayton; Ohio: Dayton