Who We Support
- Applicants must be a charitable or non-profit organization with a 501(c)3 designation or eligible government or school with required tax documentation. Note – faith-based organizations may qualify, provided their proposed project is for the benefit of the community as a whole rather than just the members of the congregation
- The organization must reside in the Northeast and grants must benefit the region
- Examples of charitable organizations and/or activities that would not qualify for funding include:
- Proposals submitted by for-profit businesses, religious organizations for the sole benefit of the organization, individual sports teams, political organizations or candidates, labor unions, homeowners' associations, or individual
- Operating expenses, personal computers, travel expenses, conferences, advertising, fundraising events, giveaways or prizes, individual scholarships, dues and memberships, or lobbying expenses
- Opportunities for support of Habitat for Humanity affiliates, FIRST Robotics Teams, and Great American Cleanup efforts are managed outside of this process. For additional information, click here.