Harry S. Black & Allon Fuller Fund Grant

Harry S. Black & Allon Fuller Fund


Grant amount: Up to US $20,000

Anticipated deadline: Jun 30, 2019

Applicant type: Nonprofit College / University

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, General Operating Expense, Applied Project / Program

Location of project: Cook County, Illinois, Counties in New York: Bronx County, Kings County, New York County, Queens County Expand all

Location of residency: Cook County, Illinois, Counties in New York: Bronx County, Kings County, New York County, Queens County Expand all

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Overview:

The Harry S. Black & Allon Fuller Fund was established in 1930 to support quality health care and human services programming for underserved populations. The grantmaking focus is in the following areas:

  • Health Care. The Fund supports access to health care; health education; and health policy analysis and advocacy. Emphasis will be placed on programs serving low-income communities.
  • Physical Disabilities. The Fund supports access programs for physically disabled individuals; disability policy analysis and advocacy; workforce development programs; and programs that improve quality of life for the disabled.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Eligibility:

  • Applicant organizations must both serve and be geographically located within the city limits of New York City or Chicago.
  • The Harry S. Black & Allon Fuller Fund support quality health care and human services programming for underserved populations. 

Preferences:

  • Grant requests for general operating support or program/project support are strongly encouraged. 

Ineligibility:

  • The Harry S. Black & Allon Fuller Fund generally does not provide funding for projects in the areas of health care specific to medical/academic research or to organizations or programs that primarily provide mental health services.
  • In the area of physical disabilities, the Fund generally does not provide funding to organizations or programs that primarily provide services to either the mentally or developmentally disabled.
  • Grant requests for endowment campaigns, capital projects or research will not be considered.