The following corporate funding opportunities have rolling deadlines.
- Supports multi-format non-fiction storytellers who are in the early stages of development of new work, or who are bringing new work from non-traditional formats – such as print, audio/podcast, and digital – to a visual format. The Initiative supports a wide range of genres from emerging and experienced makers seeking to bring inspired non-fiction work visually to life via short form, feature length and serialized content.
- Grants will typically range from $10,000 – $30,000, depending on the scale and scope of the project.
- Dedicated to long-term investment in the communities where we live and in which we do business. Providing Polaris with a quality work force and creating healthy communities where our employees live is central to our vision. Product donations are made in the following priority areas: Youth Safety; Community Development; Environment and Land Access
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- Zipcar will be awarding free driving to several non-profits to empower even greater community impact.
- Whether your organization needs vans to deliver meals, or just some wheels so volunteers can get where they need to go, Zipcar wants to help your non-profit do more, with simple access to on-demand transportation.
- We provide up to 10 movie passes for charitable organizations to use as fundraiser or auction prizes , or for volunteer recognition or incentives.
- Event/organization is located within 40 miles of Topgolf location.
- Organization’s focus is one of the following categories: Education (except for private schools); Military; Golf; Health & Wellness; Animals; Disaster Relief
- Provide financial support to select non-profit organizations operating within our headquarters region of Southeastern Pennsylvania, as well as within the other locations where we conduct business.
- Through the General Grant Program, the FINRA Investor Education Foundation funds research and educational projects that empower underserved Americans with the knowledge, skills and tools to make sound financial decisions throughout life.
- Supports a variety of nonprofit organizations with a special emphasis on those that work to achieve sustainability and touch a diverse population, in particular, those that support early childhood education and/or economic development.
- We strive to create better opportunity in our home communities of Detroit, Cleveland, Charlotte and Phoenix by developing strong and diverse partnerships that unlock the power of people and place.
- Interested in aquatic safety, child sexual abuse prevention, employee safety and emergency preparedness.
- Healthy Communities; Disability and Empowerment; Cultural Development; Education and Advancement
- Provides grants and establishes signature partnerships under the umbrella of Financial Resilience: ensuring that youth are equipped with the STEM expertise necessary to compete in the 21st century workforce and the financial literacy skills necessary to make smart financial decisions that lead to a secure retirement.
Food and Beverage Manufacturing
- ADM Cares grants primarily align with three strategic focus areas: Advancing Sustainable Agriculture; Increasing Food Security by supporting hunger relief; and Investing in Education, with a focus on projects that advance agricultural education and STEM (science, technology, engineering and math).
- Through these events, we are able to not only give back to the communities we sell our beer in, but also get to have a great time with our fans! We are always looking for new opportunities and welcome your suggestions and applications.
- Focus on charitable causes that benefit children or the arts and we are not offering any cash sponsorships at this time.
- provide support only to causes that fall under our three core Big Pitcher categories: Environment, Arts & Culture and Social Justice
- Help recipient schools increase student breakfast participation by providing supplemental funding to support or enhance an existing program or jump-start a new program. Individual Grants of up to $1,000 will be awarded on a rolling basis.
- We love to support causes that align with our mission to spread kindness one kind act, and one KIND® snack at a time.
- We’re glad to donate beer to help the fundraising efforts of nonprofits and schools both locally and across the country.
- The Company’s objective is to improve the quality of life where we live, work and source.The focus of this corporate involvement is toward the following areas: Education; Health and Wellness; Environment and Habitat; Culture and the Arts
- If you have a 501(c)3 and would like to request a donation, please fill out our our donation form. We require at least 30 days lead time to fulfill all sponsorship requests.
- Committed to contributing resources and funding to address opioid abuse and misuse. We are accepting grant applications for innovative and constructive solutions to the opioid epidemic that address safe disposal and education around prevention.
- All grant requests must fall within one of our strategic areas of funding: Health and Well-Being; STEM Education; Disaster Relief
- Gilead supports projects across all of our therapeutic areas — HIV/AIDS, liver diseases, hematology and oncology, inflammatory and respiratory diseases, and cardiovascular conditions.
- Focuses its charitable giving in areas that directly support the company’s commitment to corporate social responsibility: Science Education;Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S); Innovation; Being an Employer of Choice; other programs and initiatives important to the quality of life in BASF site communities and for various BASF stakeholders.
- Supporting the four defined priorities <$10,000 (K-12 Education; Workforce; Nature; State Strategic Impact)
- Out-of-school extra-curricular opportunities for students from low-income communities <$5,000
- Support a local strategic impact opportunity <$5,000
- Accept grant proposals from U.S. based non-profit organizations that serve the following areas: Education; Health; Social Services (health-related)
- Focus Areas: Academic programs, including tutoring; Arts education programs
- Shell will consider charitable contributions to eligible nonprofit organizations with priority consideration given to organizations serving in or near US communities where Shell has a major presence. Focus areas for funding are: Community; Education; Environment
- Focus Areas: Education with a focus on STEM; Environmental Sustainability; Community Safety and Vitality
- Organizations must be within 50 miles from a Westinghouse site. Here is a list of the U.S. Westinghouse sites
- In line with our principles, Badger donates to non-profit organizations that focus on the following: Health & welfare of children; Environmental education; Local organizations serving the local community; The promotion of peace
- Offer iRobot® Roomba® vacuum cleaning robots free of charge for fund-raising purposes only (raffles, silent auctions, etc)
- Supports small, grassroots organizations in North America and around the world that are working on the root cause of issues and creating long-term sustainable change. (animal protection; environmental justice; human rights)
- Our support ranges from a few thousand dollars to a maximum of $25,000 per project.
- Arts, Culture & Humanities; Community & Economic Development; Education; Health & Wellness; Social Services; Environment & Sustainability
- Shinola is proud to donate to organizations that support job creation and workforce re-entry.
- Please allow 4-6 weeks to review your request.
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Travel / Hospitality
- our corporate giving efforts are focused on Youth and Education, Medical (emergency/research), and Community Outreach.
- If you are interested in applying for a Frontier Airline’s voucher, please review the criteria below. If you match the criteria, then use our Charitable Donation Application to submit your proposal.
- Funds programs that align with our Travel with Purpose 2030 commitments and fall under our corporate responsibility issue areas: Social Impact and Environmental Impact.
- Committed to active involvement in the local communities around our hotels and corporate offices.
- Support of: The environment; Local economic opportunity; Disaster relief
- We welcome requests for donations (usually in the form of travel certificates) from qualified not-for-profit organizations in the communities we serve.
- While we are focused on providing support primarily to our current non-profit partners, we will consider assisting organizations that support the following “SERVE” Global Giving Initiatives: S Shelter and Food; E Environment; R Readiness for Hotel Careers; V Vitality of Children (Primarily through Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals); E Embracing Global Diversity and Inclusion
- Southwest Airlines is proud to support qualified 501(c)(3) charitable organizations within the communities we serve and that meet our guidelines, especially those that fall within our areas of strategic focus.
- Our primary focus is on events in the Health/Medical fields, Education and Military.
- Deliver comfort and inspiration to families with children facing serious illness: Focusing on children’s hospitals and wish granting for seriously ill children
- Provide inspiration and opportunity by supporting youth skills development for the future
- We align our giving, in-kind support and volunteerism on three areas: conservation, education and wellness.
- Supports organizations that provide services to military members and their families, veterans, or operate in the security and intelligence fields or other military support functional areas.
- Supports organizations that provide services to accredited institutions in the areas of Early Childhood, K-12, Higher Education and programs that encourage the advancement of Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).
- Invests in thoughtful, innovative partnerships and programs that align with our strategic objectives and build the capacity of individuals and communities to succeed in a constantly evolving world.
- Focus areas: Education and Job Readiness; Health and Wellness; Military and Veterans
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- Must focus on at least one of our social investment areas: access to education, economic empowerment, or critical human needs
- The maximum request amount for first-time grant recipients is US$75,000
- Focus areas: Supporting a diverse community of innovators using technology to solve local problems; Closing the technology gender gap and inspiring girls and women to pursue tech fields; Developing competitive workforce skills for disenfranchised youth
- We are always looking for new and innovative ways for product placement.
- Educational events really get us going, especially those covering STEM or any of our market areas such as aviation, sports and marine. We love the geocaching community.
- Primarily in the focus areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and military and veteran causes.
- Disaster Relief; Basic Needs (Food, Clothing and Shelter); Disabilities; Education (Elementary education to college education with a focus on engineering, science, mathematics and technology); Health – Wellness, research, disease prevention, and treatment; Japanese-American Cross Cultural Enrichment
- Focuses the majority of its charitable giving on arts, culture, technology and the environment, with a particular emphasis on education in each of those areas.