Each month, we curate a roundup of grants focused on various impact areas and causes. This month we’re featuring four foundations supporting social impact organizations with rolling deadlines.
AJA Foundation is committed to leveling the playing field by investing globally in organizations addressing fundamental human rights such as equal access to clean water, quality education, and essential healthcare. They partner with organizations that demonstrate success, have narrow missions, cost-effective solutions, and an accountable management team, all driven by people dedicated to delivering exceptional outcomes. Explore application details here.
Leon Levine, the founder of Family Dollar, understood the value of affordable prices to help individuals and families on limited budgets. Today, The Leon Levine Foundation, guided by his commitment to tzedakah and caring for those in need, supports programs and organizations that aim to improve the human condition through education, healthcare, human services, and Jewish values, with a focus on creating pathways to self-sufficiency and permanent change. They focus on organizations that operate within the Carolinas or for the benefit of Carolinians that sustain contributed revenue (from non-government sources) above $500,000. Apply here.
While Baltimore holds immense potential, historical segregation, disinvestment, and ongoing racial discrimination have hindered its full realization. The Abell Foundation is dedicated to enhancing health, economic, and educational outcomes within Baltimore City, striving to create an environment where everyone can flourish. They offer grants of $10,000 or less on a rolling basis. To apply, click here.
The Independence Foundation’s mission is to build leadership, provide services, and encourage systems and cultural change by supporting organizations in healthcare, human services, legal aid, and the arts. They invest in people and programs that enhance the lives of residents in Philadelphia and its surrounding Pennsylvania counties, especially those who are vulnerable and marginalized, believing that a region fostering physical well-being, equal access to justice and services, and a strong appreciation for the arts will prosper for generations. Learn more and apply here.