Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund Grants

Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund

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Grant amount: More than US $1,000

Deadline: Sep 30, 2020

Applicant type: Nonprofit Government Entity Public College / University Public Elementary / Secondary School

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Project / Program

Location of project: Canada, Counties in Alabama: Barbour County, Bullock County, Butler County, Chambers County Show all

Location of residency: Canada, Counties in Alabama: Barbour County, Bullock County, Butler County, Chambers County Show all

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About this funder:



NOTE: Applications are processed throughout the year — but may be submitted at any time during our cycle year. The Weyerhaeuser Giving fund grant application deadline is listed above. Applications are generally reviewed on an ongoing basis, throughout the year.

We support U.S. and Canadian communities where we have a significant presence or business interest. These communities range from rural to metropolitan, each with unique priorities and needs. Our employees serve on local advisory committees for our Giving Fund and develop funding priorities within four focus areas to support their particular communities. This provides a strong companywide framework for giving while allowing flexibility to meet unique needs in our different communities.

The focus areas are listed below:

Through the Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund, we concentrate the majority of our funding in with the following focus areas:

  • Affordable Housing and Shelter
  • Education and Youth Development
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Human Services, Civic and Cultural Growth
  • Workforce Development

In addition to the focus areas for community giving noted above, the Giving Fund will also consider a select few highpriority national/international initiatives directly related to the sustainability and importance of working forests and the products and services they provide for people and the planet. THIS IS BY INVITATION ONLY. Priorities include sustainability issues related to forestry, sustainable forest products, housing, improving ecosystems, and renewable, green energy.

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


  • To be eligible to receive funding a program must
    • serve a Weyerhaeuser community.
      • Weyerhaeuser communities can be found here under the "Where We Give" tab.
    • Be a tax-exempt, nonprofit public charity classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code OR a registered charity in Canada with a Canada Revenue Agency Number, or registered as a provincial nonprofit society OR a public education institution or government entity qualified under Section 170(c)(1) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code or qualified as a Canadian municipality.


  • In considering requests for support, preference is given to projects and programs that meet the following criteria:
    • Serve a broad range of community residents
    • Meet an important community need within our key areas of focus
    • Show strong support from community leaders and other funders
    • Are sustainable and managed competently with a history of accountability, results, cost-effectiveness, strong leadership and innovation
    • Provide a significant and measurable impact on quality of life


  • Our Giving Fund does not support:
    • Local community projects, services and organizations outside of a Weyerhaeuser community (see Where We Give)
    • Individuals, including direct scholarship or bursary assistance
    • Fraternal, social, labor or political organizations 
    • Activities that influence legislation
    • Groups that discriminate based upon an individual’s gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal law.
    • Organizations seeking funds for theological purposes
    • Groups or individuals seeking funds for sponsorships or to purchase tickets or tables at fundraising benefits
    • Sports teams or athletic events
    • Operating deficits or debt liquidation
    • Services the public sector is reasonably expected to provide
    • Endowments and memorials
    • Capital campaigns
    • Multiyear requests