Fred J. Brotherton Charitable Foundation Grant
Fred J. Brotherton Charitable Foundation
Grant amount: US $1,000 - US $100,000
Next anticipated deadline: Dec 1, 2018 (Full proposal)
Later anticipated deadlines: Jun 1, 2019 (Full proposal)
Applicant type: Nonprofit
Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Applied Project / Program, Capital Project, Biomedical, Behavioral
Location of project: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont Expand all
Location of residency: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont Expand allView website Save Need help writing this grant?
Note: A Letter of Intent is required before submitting a full application, and must be submitted within 3 months of the 'Full Proposal' Deadline, above. Applicants usually hear back within about 1 week after submitting a Letter of Intent. We encourage applicants to not submit a Letter of Intent late in the application cycle because of the need to complete a full application if approved.
The original Trustee of the Foundation, Fred J. Brotherton, was the owner of a prominent construction firm in New Jersey, his home state. A longtime philanthropist and supporter of education, the arts, religious institutions, historic preservation and medical research, Mr. Brotherton established the Fred J. Brotherton Charitable Foundation as a Florida trust in 1997. Throughout a long and productive life, Mr. Brotherton served as Board Member of several foundations and non-profit organizations in New Jersey, New York and Florida. Upon his death in December 2002, Mr. Brotherton’s role as Trustee was assumed by successor Co-Trustees William P. Brotherton, M.D. and Wayne A. Brotherton. Also New Jersey natives, both Co-Trustees live and work in Northern New Jersey and carry on the fine tradition of charitable giving begun by Fred J. Brotherton.
The Fred J. Brotherton Charitable Foundation was established to help fulfill the missions of “charitable organizations” falling within its grantmaking guidelines. The Foundation’s main areas of interest are education, religion, historic preservation, and medical programs and/or scientific research.
Areas of Interest
- Education: Educational programs and/or institutions — primarily schools and colleges.
- (With emphasis on, but not limited to, educational programs providing assistance to the needy or disabled.)
- Religion: Religion-based programs and/or institutions.
- (With an emphasis on, but not limited to, providing assistance to the needy or disabled… or to benefit a local church in a capital program.)
- Historic Preservation: Historic Preservation programs and/or institutions (including “societies“).
- Medical Programs and/or Scientific Research: Medical and/or Scientific programs and/or their affiliated institutions.
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- The primary geographic areas of funding are the northeastern United States.
- Exceptions to the geographic guidelines are granted only when a Co-Trustee or Advisory Board Member has personal knowledge of an organization which otherwise conforms to all other Foundation guidelines.
- Foreign limitations:
- The Brotherton Foundation is legally restricted from contributing, in any manner, grant funds which would be utilized outside of the United States or its possessions.
- It does not fund non-United States-based charitable organizations nor even the work of United States-based organizations abroad.
- The Brotherton Foundation does NOT approve grant requests to organizations lacking tax exempt status under I.R.C. Section 501(c)(3).
- Further, as a matter of general practice, The Brotherton Foundation does NOT normally approve grant requests falling into the following categories:
- Day Care Programs for Children or Adults
- Documentaries, Films, and Videos
- Legal Aid Programs
- Moving Expenses
- Public Opinion Polls, Surveys, and Research Studies
- Public Policy and/or Advocacy Groups
- Senior Citizens’ Programs
- Soup Kitchens and/or Food Banks
- Deficit financing
- Grants to individuals
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