Foundation / Corporation
Atherton Family Foundation
10/01/21 5:00 PM HST - Program requests only
Grants to Hawaii nonprofit organizations for a broad range of projects that benefit local communities. Funding is intended to support programs and activities within the focus areas of arts, culture, and humanities; education; environment; community development; health and human services; spiritual development; and youth development. The Foundation supports organizations working collaboratively to address systems change.
When considering requests for technology support, preference will be given to technology proposals that will result in a significant change that improves the nonprofit organization’s operations and/or programs.
GrantWatch ID#: 178875
The maximum grant for major capital projects will be $200,000, normally paid out over three years.
The term of a grant is usually one year. In the case of a multi-year pledge, payments are released in twelve-month intervals, and each payment is contingent on receipt of a satisfactory progress report. The Foundation generally does not fund a project for more than three consecutive years.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Register and apply online: https://nexus.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/nonprofit
Direct questions to:
Elise von Dohlen
Toll-free from neighbor islands (888)731-3863 ext. 585.
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