Current RFPs

Grant Name: Corning Incorporated Foundation

Summary: The Foundation supports public K-12 school districts, community colleges, and four-year institutions of higher learning. The Foundation's areas of involvement have included community service programs for students, curriculum enrichment, student scholarships, facility improvement, and instructional technology projects for the classroom.

Eligibility: Nonprofit organizations

Dates: Open

More Info: MP-BH-07


Grant Name: NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation

Summary: The mission of The NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation is to promote learning about capital formation, financial markets, and entrepreneurship through innovative educational programs.

Eligibility: Educational institutions and nonprofit organizations


American Honda Foundation: Deadlines: August 1, November 1, February 1, and May 1 The American Honda Foundation awards grants to projects that focus on youth and scientific education programs (i.e. physical, environmental, and life sciences, as well as mathematics). Nonprofit organizations, public school districts, public or private elementary and secondary schools, gifted student programs, youth educational or scientific programs or institutions are eligible to apply.

Grants range from $10,000 to $100,000. Proposals are accepted throughout the year and are reviewed quarterly. Be sure to download copies of the Contributions Policy and the AHF Application.


The Chisholm Foundation was founded in 1960 by Alexander F Chisholm, a businessman, churchman, and philanthropist of Laurel, Mississippi. The activities of the Foundation were carried forward for many years by his daughters, Jean Chisholm Lindsey, Cynthia Chisholm Saint-Amand, and Margaret Ann Chisholm.

The mission of the Chisholm Foundation is to support education, the arts, and religious endeavors. The founder's descendents continue to nurture his vision today.

The Chisholm Foundation does not have an application form, nor does it have a rigid proposal format. It is recommended that a letter of inquiry include the following information:

  • a brief summary of the proposed project

  • the project budget and schedule

  • the amount requested from the Chisholm Foundation

  • current funders (if any) of the project and pending proposals.

  • copy of IRS tax exemption letter

  • brochures or other descriptive material about the submitting organization

The Chisholm Foundation funds only a small number of the many worthwhile proposals received. The Foundation welcomes an opportunity to consider special projects, especially demonstration or "seed" projects which, if successful, can be continued with support from an organization's operating budget or other funding sources. Matching gifts or challenge grants are encouraged as a means of leveraging the funding effort.

Proposals submitted to the Foundation are reviewed by the trustees twice a year. Because of the volume of proposals, there can be delay in review. Applicants are requested to submit proposals at least three months in advance of need. http://www.chisholmfoundation.org/Home.htm


At The Coca-Cola Company, we recognize that we cannot have a healthy and growing business unless the communities we serve are healthy and sustainable. As a global beverage company, we have committed ourselves to improving the quality of life in the communities where we do business. Our community investment priorities reflect the global and local nature of our business and focuses on those global pillars where The Coca‐Cola Company can make a unique and sustainable difference: water stewardship, active healthy living, community recycling, and education. 

All requests for community support in the form of grants or sponsorships for consideration by The Coca‐Cola Company, The Coca‐Cola Foundation or any of its affiliated regional foundations must be submitted through our online application system. Those proposals meeting specific guidelines, and further our strategic goals and objectives, will be considered for funding. http://www.thecoca-colacompany.com/citizenship/guidelines.pdf