Madelaine G. von Weber Trust Grant

Madelaine G. von Weber Trust

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Next deadline: Apr 15, 2021

Later deadlines: Oct 15, 2021

Grant amount: Up to US $25,000

Fields of work: Human & Social Services Energy Efficiency & Conservation Art & Culture Music Environmental Conservation Environment

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Capital Project, Project / Program

Location of project: New Hampshire

Location of residency: New Hampshire

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About this funder:



Our Mission

The Trust funds worthy charitable projects throughout New Hampshire. The trustees have broad discretion about what to fund and they endeavor to honor the memory of Mrs. von Weber by making impactful grants throughout the granite state to a wide variety of charitable organizations. The Trust, through its trustees, seeks innovative opportunities that will have a lasting effect on New Hampshire and its residents. Typically, the Trust funds sensible and well-conceived capital projects that promise to leverage the Trust’s investment.

  • Environmental & Conservation Initiatives
  • Music & the Arts
  • Social Services
What We Fund
The Trust funds worthy charitable projects throughout New Hampshire.

Past projects have included support for energy efficiency initiatives to lower operating costs and provide a return on investment – projects that, over time, will have the ability to permit a grantee to sustainably expand its reach or achieve its charitable mission with greater efficiency or impact. Instances of the latter have been offering statewide challenge/matching grants to incent others to support fundraising for the arts, social service agencies and – occasionally – novel ideas that require unique funding to come to fruition.

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


  • The Madelaine G. von Weber Trust accepts funding applications from New Hampshire-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations.
  • Applicants should demonstrate good governance, a sustainable program, strong community/board of trustees support, a track record of valuable service to the community and a compelling rationale for why the requested funds are needed.


This page was last reviewed September 12, 2020 and last updated September 12, 2020