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It’s pretty simple. On 5% Day we donate 5% of that day’s sales to a local nonprofit organization. The event takes place on a Saturday four times a year.
How it works: Volunteers from a local nonprofit organization join Ellwood Thompson’s staff members on the selected 5% Day to bag groceries and talk to customers about their organization. The organization is welcome to set up an information table and encouraged to spread the word to friends and neighbors about the event. It’s a fantastic way to spread word about your organization and to earn fundraising dollars in a fun and friendly environment.
For more information, contact Paige Bishop at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The National Foundation for Grieving Children, Teens, and Families provides grants to nonprofit organizations nationwide that provide services to children and teens who have experienced the loss of a parent or loved one.
Deadline: Open (View website for details)
The Foundation supports programs which foster the proactive embrace of diversity and difference. Selected programs will be designed to create and maintain bridges between groups in divided societies, addressing human rights issues through cooperative, cross-group work. Email Sarah Silver for information prior to applying.
The medical costs of treating and rehabilitating an abused animal can easily become overwhelming for any animal welfare organization -- particularly when long-term care is necessary. The Second Chance Fund is one way American Humane Association works to support these organizations in their vital work. By providing financial assistance, in select cases, to animal welfare organizations responsible for the temporary care of animals as they are prepared for adoption into permanent, loving homes, the program provides animal victims of abuse or neglect with a second chance at life.
This grant is designed to aid orgnizations who are dedicated to preventing animal suffering. Priority is given to agencies involved with farm animal welfare, vegetarianism and humane education.
The Foundation makes grants for charitable and educational purposes. No website provided. Next deadline is April 1, 2011
No geographic constraints
Will consider all types of proposals
Very informal process
Mailing address: Rita Smith
c/o Anne Carter & Walter Robins Foundation
P.O. Box 26688
Richmond, VA 23261-6688
The Foundation funds programs working in the areas of education and youth development, arts, community initiatives, health, animal services and environment.
The Foundation's funding priorities reflect the desire to prepare society for an aging population. Building upon aging trends, research and program innovation, the Foundation's mission is accomplished through strategic initiatives and responsive grantmaking.
Deadline: 15th day of each month
Families are looking for inexpensive, fun, family activities...
Your organization can earn $4.00 per sold ticket to the upcoming Indoor Car Racing Series.
We are offering:
- Discounted ticket pricing to non-profit groups
- $4 of every ticket sold - you keep
- Special seating areas so your group can sit together*
- Race announcer mention/recognition during event group night*
- A FREE kids ticket (12 and under) voucher for every adult ticket sold
- **Minimum 50 ticket commitment needed for group seating &
So for only $10.00 an adult and child can see a fun filled race inside the
coliseum, meet & greet the drivers (6pm-7pm before races start) - all while
supporting your organization.
Just contact me to get started...
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This fellowship program is designed to provide financial help to professional fine artists during bereavement periods, disability and other emergencies. All money is given without the expectation of repayment.