Warne Family Charitable Foundation Grant

Warne Family Charitable Foundation

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Grant amount: US $5,000 - US $50,000

Anticipated deadline: Mar 15, 2019 (Letter of inquiry)

Applicant type: Nonprofit

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

Location of project: United States

Location of residency: United States

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The Foundation is pleased to accept unsolicited applications for support. However, most grants are generated internally and only a very limited portion of the funds is available for such general grants.


The mission of the Warne Family Charitable Foundation is to:

  • Support critical medical research, especially in the areas of lymphoma and related forms of cancer;
  • Provide educational opportunities for underserved children, especially in the areas of art and agriculture; and
  • Strengthen the family, by encouraging healthy values and harmony. 
The Foundation will use its resources to support programs that:
  • Further the mission of the Foundation
  • Leverage future impact on the organization and community and
  • Are creative, innovative, and efficient
Grants may be used for:
  • Operating expenses
  • Capital expenses
  • Programs and projects

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


  • Unless otherwise authorized, Applicant must be a public charity, organized under IRC sec. 501(c) (3), and qualified under IRC sec. 170(b) (1) (a).
  • Multi-year grants may be permitted under exceptional circumstances, but should not exceed three years.
  • Only one request will be considered from an organization during any grant cycle


  • Single-year grants are greatly preferred.


  • Although the Foundation will consider assisting start-up organizations, funding may not be requested for organizational or start-up expenses.
  • Single-year grants may not be renewed after the third consecutive year, unless there is a one-year break, after which the grantee may resubmit for consideration.