The arts inspire and enrich the community by broadening our perspective. The Foundation invests in arts and cultural programs which demonstrate excellence and promote access for underserved individuals.
Thriving neighborhoods are the cornerstone of great cities. The Foundation supports neighborhood revitalization efforts that improve both the current residents' quality of life and the physical infrastructure of low income neighborhoods.
Learning is a lifelong process of developing an individual's capabilities to his or her fullest potential. The Foundation invests in programs ranging from early learning to adult literacy.
Stabilizing and improving the health and economic stability of individuals and families is critical to creating a pathway out of poverty. The Foundation supports programs that provide dental, mental, and physical health services, emergency assistance, housing, supportive services, employment and job training, and youth development opportunities.
The Foundation accepts grant applications on a rolling basis year-round. Award decisions are made in March, June, September, and December.
Click here to review information about the Foundation’s grant making process and funding priorities.