Foundation / Corporation
The Grable Foundation
Grants to Pennsylvania nonprofit organizations and schools in eligible locations to improve the lives of young residents. Applicants must complete a preliminary inquiry form prior to submitting a full proposal. Funding is intended to support activities and initiatives in the following areas of focus: early childhood, public schools, out-of-school time, families, and community. The Grable Foundation endeavors to improve the lives of children and youth in the greater Pittsburgh region, with attention to kids whose opportunities are limited due to economic circumstances.
The Grable Foundation is guided by its mission to help children and youth become independent, caring, contributing members of society by supporting programs critical to children’s successful development. With a focus on southwestern Pennsylvania, the Foundation seeks out nonprofit partners who share its commitment to making the region the best place in the world to be — and to raise — a child.
The Foundation supports
GrantWatch ID#: 180634
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USA: Pennsylvania: Greater Pittsburgh area
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