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Aug. 12, 2015

The Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation seeks to fund organizations in the Greater Los Angeles Area that operate in areas of education, medicine, religion, aid to those in need, health, and welfare. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; however organizations may only apply once per year. For more information, click here.

Liberty Mutual invests in nonprofits that educate low-income children, strengthen cultural treasures, protect the most fragile, and uplift those most often left out or behind. The Liberty Mutual Foundation contributes the bulk of its founding to organizations that serve Boston, and the Safeco Insurance Fund contributes to organizations that serve Washington and Oregon. Applications for both are reviewed on a rolling basis.

The RealNetworks Foundation offers a community enhancement grant to organizations that deliver basic human services, including those that are focused on job creation, employment and training. Organizations located in Seattle, WA and the surrounding region (King County, Greater Tacoma, and Greater Everett) may apply. The application deadline for the Fall Grant Cycle is Oct. 1st, for more information, click here.

The WCA Foundation awards grants to a wide variety of organization in the state of Minnesota, with special consideration given to organization located in the seven-county metro area. Applications are due by Nov. 1st. For more information on how to apply, click here.

The Weingart Foundation provides grants and other support designed to improve the capacity and sustainability of nonprofit organizations delivering effective services in areas of health, human services, and education for people and communities in need. Priority is given to organizations that serve the economically disadvantaged and underserved in the following six Southern California Counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, Santa Barbara, and Ventura. To learn how to apply, click here.


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