Horizon Foundation is offering organizations that match their mission focus an opportunity to apply for funding without needing to be invited to submit a grant proposal.
Donor Name: Horizon Foundation
State: Maine, Connecticut, Florida, Idaho, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and New Jersey
County: Fairfield County (CT), Dade County (FL), Martin County (FL), Blaine County (ID), Cumberland County (ME), Lincoln County (ME), Franklin County (ME), York County (ME), Barnstable County (MA), Rockingham County(NH) and Mercer County (NJ)
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: $20,000
In Maine, they will continue to support organizations that serve children, provide in-person or online arts, enrichment, educational, and leadership development opportunities, and those that aim to assure food security and assistance for those most vulnerable.
Outside of Maine, their grants will support organizations that strive to keep educational opportunities vital and operational by maintaining critical connections through distance learning as well as in person. Support will be focused on programs that help children of all ages feel safe, provide meals, and enable them to continue to grow and develop. Organizations of interest are ones that demonstrate a deep commitment to protecting families, their communities, and the land that sustains them.
Horizon generally will make grants in the $5,000 to $20,000 range, with an average grant size of about $12,500.
Horizon Foundation does not fund and will not consider applications from the following:
- Annual, building, capital, or endowment fund drives;
- Colleges and universities;
- Emergency requests;
- Health/mental health programs;
- International or foreign programs;
- Public and private schools;
- Religious projects; and/or
- State agencies.
For more information, visit Horizon Foundation.