Coming up next in the Grantee Spotlight, the Chicago Latino Theater Alliance. Check back soon!
The Foundation is pleased to announce the grant cycle calendars for 2018.
The foundation’s Performing Arts program is now inviting applicants located in metropolitan Detroit. [Read more…]
We are pleased to announce the opening of the Fall 2017 grant cycle. Letters of Inquiry (LOIs) will be accepted starting Wednesday, March 15. The deadline for our receipt of completed LOIs is Thursday, June 15. Any group wishing to be considered for a grant during the Fall 2017 cycle must submit their LOI by this date. Once an LOI is approved, organizations may immediately begin work on their full applications. The deadline for our receipt of completed applications is Friday, August 11.
For initial guidance on our programs and submission information, click on the FOR APPLICANTS link, above. For further or more specific questions, please feel free to contact us directly at any time.
At Girls in the Game, every girl finds her voice, discovers her strength, and leads with confidence through fun and active sports, health, and leadership programs. [Read more…]
The application acceptance period for the Spring 2017 grant cycle is now closed. Our thanks to all applicants.
The deadline for receipt of Letters of Inquiry for the Spring 2017 grant cycle has now passed, and we are no longer accepting LOIs. Our thanks to the very many applicants this cycle. We have received more requests than ever before! While we do our best to review LOIs promptly, please allow two weeks before contacting the foundation on the status of your submission. An email response will be sent once a decision has been made.
Once again, thank you for your submissions!
Established in 1999, Coastal Concerts is committed to making classical music accessible to residents of the central Delmarva (Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia) Peninsula through live performances, educational programs, and community outreach activities. [Read more…]
The Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the Spring 2017 grant cycle. Letters of Inquiry will be accepted beginning on Saturday, October 15, 2016. The deadline for completed LOIs is Tuesday, January 17, 2017. LOIs will be evaluated on an ongoing basis. The deadline for submission of full applications is Friday February 24, 2017. As always, please feel free to contact the Foundation office with your questions.
Founded in 2000, Ecology Project International (EPI) involves young people from the U.S. and Latin America in hands-on science and conservation projects that protect species and habitat in five countries, bridging the gap between cultures and empowering the next generation of conservation leaders.
Over 23,000 students have participated in EPI’s field programs. Of those participants, over 70% are local youth living in communities adjacent to the project site. Our impact is profound on both local and visiting students, establishing a lifelong commitment to conservation.
The Paul M. Angell Family Foundation has provided support for EPI programs in Belize and Costa Rica.
In partnership with the Oceanic Society, University of Belize, Belize Audubon Society, and Wildlife Conservation Society, EPI students engage in bottlenose dolphin, lionfish, conch, lobster, sea urchin, and coral research on the largest barrier reef in the northern hemisphere. They also participate in bird and terrestrial mammal research at Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary.
On the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, the world’s fourth most important nesting habitat for critically endangered leatherback sea turtles, students monitor nesting females. Youth patrol the beach to restore habitat, gather vital data, and protect nests against human and environmental threats.
The Foundation is proud to support these programs, which raise awareness of Central American ecological treasures while engaging youth to become the next generation’s conservation guardians.