CFL Field of Interest Fund Grants
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Grant amount: Unspecified amount
Anticipated deadline: Mar 15, 2020 2:00pm PDT
Applicant type: Nonprofit Elementary / Secondary School College / University
Funding uses: Education / Outreach, General Operating Expense, Project / Program
Location of project: Jefferson County, Kentucky
Location of residency: United StatesView website Save Need help writing this grant?
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CFL Field of Interest Fund Grants
The Community Foundation of Louisville recognizes that many different things contribute to healthy, vibrant, and livable communities. As such, the Community Foundation seeks to connect the funds made possible by the generosity of our donors to the nonprofits that make our community one where people and place thrive.
Field of Interest Funds support organizations working within a specific geographic region; toward a specific purpose, such as supporting the arts or education; or with a specific population, such as children or the elderly. Each Field of Interest Fund was established by a donor with a specific charitable purpose in mind and, in perpetuity, will continue to support the issues that the donor cared about most.
Affordable Housing Fund
Offers support to nonprofits that provide affordable housing for low-income individuals and families in Metro Louisville, including construction and foreclosure prevention programs.
The AIDS Project Fund
Provides grants to support HIV prevention, education, and testing.
Winston N. and Nancy H. Bloch
Created by Mary C. Jones in memory of her son and daughter-in-law to help children learn by providing schools with grants to support non-traditional classroom resources.
Boyette and Edna Edwards Fund
Established by the remainder of the Lucille E. Crosby Charitable Remainder Trust to honor her parents with annual grants that support the needs of children in Jefferson County.
George and Mary Alice Hadley Fund
Created by a transfer of assets in the Mary Alice Hadley Foundation to support the visual arts, crafts, theater, and the Louisville Free Public Library.
Historic Preservation Fund
Established by Edith S. Bingham to support the preservation of historic resources in Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Irving B. Klempner Fund
Established in memory of the donor’s father to support programs that provide direct services to patients with prostate cancer in financial need.
Morris and Esther Lee Fund
Offers support to organizations that provide human services, excluding civic, conservation, arts,or religious organizations.
Dr. W. Barnett Owen Memorial Fund for the Children of Louisville & Jefferson County, Kentucky
Created by Dr. Albert P. Williams to honor the memory of Dr. W. Barnett Owen, a children’s health care activist, by assisting the children of Louisville and Jefferson County, Kentucky.
Dennis Reker Fund
Supports community-building projects in disadvantaged Louisville neighborhoods with an emphasis on utilizing technology and increasing access to technology.
Bobbye M. Robinson Fund
Established in honor of the donor’s mother to support local programs that provide direct services to patients with colon cancer in financial need.
Madi and Jim Tate Fund
Established by Terry “Madi ”Tate to support the education of disadvantaged youth with priority given to Louisville’s African American community.
T. Bert and Bertha Wilson Fund
Established by the remainder of the Lucille E. Crosby Charitable Remainder Trust to honor her great aunt and uncle with annual grants that support the arts and humanities, including, but not limited to, museums, music, theater, dance, painting, photography, and historic preservation.
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