Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Fidelity Foundation Grants

Founded in 1965, the Fidelity Foundation awards grants to nonprofits with the aim of enhancing their organizational capacity.

Specifically, the Foundation allocates its philanthropic investments to these sectors: 
  • Arts/culture
  • Community development/social services
  • Health
  • Education
The Foundation typically awards funding to organizations with operating budgets of $500,000 or more with significant, transformative projects budgeted at $50,000 or more. The Foundation considers projects from organizations of regional or national importance throughout the country, especially those with potential to influence the nonprofit sector. Ultimately, an improvement in a nonprofit’s organizational capacity should lead to better results for the community it serves. In the past, the foundation has given grants to the Greater Boston Food Bank for a capital construction project and the Boys and Girls Club of Lawrence, MA, for an endowment. To apply, click here

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis.

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