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 ∫ Bucks County Foundation  ∫  Wawa Foundation  ∫  Truist Foundation  Looking Out Foundation

Bucks County Foundation
Deadline: July 15, 2022
http://www.buckscountyfoundation.org 

The Bucks County Foundation awards grants from their unrestricted funds bi-annually. Applicants must be tax-exempt, non-profit organizations, serving Bucks County and its residents. Grants are made only for non-sectarian purposes.
Organizations with budgets less than $500,000 may apply for an operating grant or a program grant. Organizations with budgets of $500,000 or more must apply for a program grant. Site visits will be made.
The Foundation does not fund the following:
a. Deficit financing/debt reduction
b. Political activities
c. Advertising publications
d. Religion
e. Umbrella funding organizations/pass through organizations
f. Research
Visits to the Foundation are STRONGLY discouraged.
Deadline
Applications should be received in the Foundation office no later than January 15th or July 15th for the Spring or Fall cycles.

Wawa Foundation
Deadline: July 31, 2022
https://www.thewawafoundation.org/

The Wawa Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations in the areas served by Wawa, Inc.
Grants are made in the following focus areas:
Health
The Wawa Foundation will provide funding to organizations committed to saving and improving lives in the communities Wawa serves. Specifically, The Wawa Foundation will support organizations dedicated to the care and treatment of people in need in Wawa’s areas of operation.
Hunger
The Wawa Foundation will play a leading role in hunger relief in the communities Wawa serves. To achieve this, the Foundation supports programs that create food access for people in need through partnership with regional suppliers and local food banks.
Heroes
The Wawa Foundation will support and celebrate our everyday heroes, including crisis responders, individuals serving in our military and our veterans. The Foundation is committed to helping and enabling those who serve – “Everyday Heroes.” The men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces help us enjoy freedoms every day, and the Foundation provides support to organizations that enrich and uplift our troops and their families. They are also committed to first responders like local firefighters and police officers for all they do to keep the communities that Wawa serves safe and secure.
Eligibility
Only registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations operating in Wawa’s six-state area are eligible to apply.
Deadlines
The submission windows for grants over $2,500 for 2022 will be the months of January, April, July and October.
Qualified organizations can submit grant requests and Letters of Inquiry during those timeframes. Requests will be reviewed and organizations will receive a response before the next grant submission window opens.

Truist Foundation
July 31, 2022
https://www.truist.com/

Truist (formed by the merger of SunTrust and BB&T) has established the Truist Foundation and makes grants in the following interest areas:
Building Career Pathways to Economic Mobility
The goal is to enable and equip frontline workers and unemployed adults, specifically women and Black, indigenous, and people-of-color, with the tools and resources they need to move into middle-skill jobs that provide economic mobility and more pathways for people to thrive.
  • Helping workers navigate employment resources
  • Building capacity of reskilling and upskilling programs
  • Strengthening access to high quality employment and worker protections
  • Improving coordination and sharing knowledge within the workforce system
  • Advocating for employer practice change
Strenthening Small Businesses
The goal is to strengthen the supports that allow minority and women-owned small businesses to become more financially sustainable and resilient by eliminating structural barriers to growth, and improving knowledge sharing, collaboration and innovation within the small business ecosystem.
  • Increasing access to capital
  • Increasing access to technical assistance support and educational programs for entrepreneurs
  • Building small business networks and mentorship programs to enable more knowledge sharing
  • Researching and developing new products, technologies, and service innovations for small business
  • Increasing equity and inclusion in private and public practices and policies that impact small businesses
Deadlines
March 31
July 31
November 30

Looking Out Foundation
August 1, 2022
https://www.lookingoutfoundation.org

The Looking Out Foundation is dedicated to empowering those without a voice. The Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations nationwide that address the ever-changing needs of the human race. Program interests include disadvantaged youth; public health; community development; women/gender equality; the environment, including environmental education; the arts; human and civil rights; and the hungry and the homeless. Grants ranging between $1,000 and $5,000 are provided. The application deadlines are February 1 and August 1, annually. Additional information about the Foundation and the application guidelines are available on the Foundation’s website.