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Cuno Foundation offers Grants to Connecticut Non-profits


The Cuno Foundation awards grants to Meriden, Connecticut non-profits for public, charitable or educational purposes.

Donor Name: Cuno Foundation

State: Connecticut

City: Meriden

Type of Grant: Grant

Type of Entity: Non-profit Organizations

Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): 12/15/2021


The Cuno Foundation was established in 1947 by Charles H. Cuno, of Meriden, for the purpose of distributing funds for such public, charitable, or educational uses as will assist, encourage and promote the well-being of mankind and primarily of the inhabitants of the City of Meriden and its vicinity regardless of race, color or creed.

Grants are usually made for specific, tangible items or capital expense requests that directly benefit the recipient.

Eligibility Criteria

All grant requests must be submitted by a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization or have a fiscal agent submit on your behalf using the fiscal agent’s Employer Identification Number (EIN). Funds can only be distributed to qualified non-profit organizations.

Necessary Supporting Information to be Included in Grant

  • A copy of the organization’s income statement and balance sheet (uploaded with application).
  • A copy of the budget for the program and purpose of the grant requested (uploaded with application).
  • A list of the organization’s Board of Directors and Officers (uploaded with application).
  • Most recent IRS Form 990 (uploaded with application).

For more information, visit Cuno Foundation.

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