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What's the purpose here?

We're always in search of ways to partner with great people doing great things. In order for us to better evaluate how we can work together, we need more information from you.

Who is eligible?

You must be a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization or a for-profit organization that is aligned with one of our three charitable programs: preservation, education, or wellness. We provide general operating support, fund specific programs or help social entrepreneurs get new products off the ground. 


Historical Preservation

We believe in preserving our history so that we can understand and educate the importance of community. Historic places affect our identity and have a direct impact on our well-being. 

Wildlife Conservation

We believe it's our duty to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. We envision a world where everyone works in harmony to protect what is important so that all life on this planet can thrive. 

Renewable Energy

Renewable energy provides essential resources to communities without the planet-warming effects of fossil fuels. Solar, wind, hydroelectric, biomass and geothermal power are all great examples of renewable energy sources. We're looking for teams that are expanding the reach of these critical resources so that we can stave off rising global temperatures.


Food Management

Food management activities, including producing food, transporting it, and storing wasted food in landfills, produce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. What is your team doing to help solve these problems?


Burning fossil fuels like gasoline and diesel release carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere. Greenhouse gas emissions from transportation account for about 29 percent of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, making it the largest contributor to U.S. greenhouse emissions. How are you changing the transportation industry?

Waste Management

Today, products are disposed of at very high rates, and each is quickly replaced by new ones. This cycle leads to the use of more fossil fuels that are needed to power the processes required to obtain raw materials to manufacture more of these items. All of this leads to growing waste sites that contaminate our water, pollute our environment, and kill wildlife. Can you think of a better way? 


Early Childhood Education

We are looking for schools that are providing young children with a creative and balanced approach to education. Things we love in early childhood curriculums:

  • Life Skills
  • Collaboration With Their Peers and Teachers
  • Having Fun
  • Montessori Teachings
  • Project Based Teachings
  • Diversity
  • More Time Outside
  • Less Screen Time

21st-Century Education

We are looking for schools that teach students the essential 21st-century skills needed for the future:

  • Critical thinking and problem-solving
  • Collaboration across networks and leading by influence
  • Agility and adaptability
  • Effective oral and written communication
  • Initiative and entrepreneurship
  • Ability to access and analyze information
  • Curiosity and imagination


Teachers are essential to providing children with the best possible education. We must invest in their future and are always looking for teams that help them succeed in educating future generations.


Mental Health

We are looking for teams that are helping those who struggle with mental health issues such as:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bi-Polar
  • Schizophrenia
  • PTSD

Digital Wellbeing

We are actively looking for teams that are educating and creating awareness to promote a more balanced technological lifestyle around the world. 

Get Outside

Being outside can improve memory, fight depression, lower blood pressure, and more! We support organizations that facilitate and encourage more outdoor activities that help create healthier communities. 

When is the application deadline?

We meet twice a year to review new grant applications. Below is our current schedule that outlines our deadlines.

03.17.23 Grant Applications Due

03.31.23 1st Quarter Review Deadline


09.15.23 Grant Applications Due

09.30.23 3rd Quarter Review Deadline

How to apply

Complete and submit this application within one of the quarterly deadline windows mentioned above. You will be contacted by a foundation representative should more information be needed and/or if the application has been approved.

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2023 Grant Roadmap & Commitments To-Date






$650,000 Planned

$110,000 Remaining


$650,000 Planned

$155,000 Remaining


$650,000 Planned

$275,000 Remaining


Organization Focus

Funds remaining: $110,000
Funds remaining: $155,000
Funds remaining: $275,000
A minimum request of $50,000 is required.

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