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American Bar Foundation
- Nonprofit, independent national research institute committed to basic empirical research on law and legal institutions.
American Council of Learned Societies
- Private non-profit federation of sixty-one national scholarly organizations. The mission of the ACLS, as set forth in its constitution, is to "advance humanistic studies in all fields of learning in the Humanities and the related social sciences and to maintain and strengthen relations among the national societies devoted to such studies."
- Founded with the proceeds from the sale of Chicago's Ridgeway Hospital, a nonprofit psychiatric facility focusing on low-income adolescents. One of its primary funding areas is the support of nonprofit agencies which provide medical, psychiatric and psychological care to economically disadvantaged children and youth, thereby continuing the original mission of the hospital.
Charles Dickens Heritage Foundation
- Nonprofit foundation established by Dickens' descendants supporting "organizations throughout the United States which serve the special needs of at-risk persons."
Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation
- Supports various needy charitable, educational, health services and cultural organizations, mainly in Florida.
Equality Network Foundation
- Mission is to facilitate networks of people and organizations that work towards economic, environmental, educational, cultural, and social equality and justice.
John M. Olin Foundation, Inc.
- The foundation's general purpose is to provide support for projects that reflect or are intended to strengthen the economic, political and cultural institutions upon which the American heritage of constitutional government and private enterprise is based. The foundation also seeks to promote a general understanding of these institutions by encouraging the thoughtful study of the connections between economic and political freedoms, and the cultural heritage that sustains them.
- Dedicated to cultural creativity and diversity through its programs, which identify and support exceptional contemporary artists and writers, as well as inspired Native activists in rural indigenous communities.
National Heritage Foundation
- Located near Washington, D.C. Purpose is to restore, maintain, and extend our heritage of people making peoples' lives more meaningful. "We have the resources and industry experience to give you a sustainable advantage in setting up your foundation."
National Park Foundation
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Otto Bremer Foundation
- The mission of the foundation is to be an accessible and responsible financial resource to aid in the development and cohesion of communities within the states of Minnesota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, and Montana, with preference given to those communities served by the affiliates of Bremer Financial Corporation.
Pacific Northwest Foundation
- Focuses on unique medical/dental health issues. Includes how to give, and self evaluations of nonprofit boards of directors.
Pet Care Trust
- Pet industry body: to help promote public understanding regarding the value of and right to enjoy companion animals, and to enhance knowledge about companion animals through research and education.
- Dedicated to funding community organizations that serve the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allied communities of the upper midwest.
- For more than 30 years, Resist has funded progressive organizations in the United States that are actively part of a movement for social change.
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
- The foundation's programs and interests fall into the following areas: science and technology, standard of living and economic performance, education and careers in science and technology, and selected national issues and civic programs.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Devoted to helping disadvantaged children, their families, and their neighborhoods.
The Bodman Foundation
- Concentrates its grant program in New York City with occasional grants directed to northern New Jersey in memory of the Bodmans.
The Bonner Foundation
- The Foundation allocates its resources to two primary projects: the Bonner Scholars Program, a community service scholarship program supporting 1500 students at 24 colleges and universities; and the Crisis Ministry Program, which supports faith-based anti-hunger initiatives.
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