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State ServesOrganizationDescriptionMission AlignmentTypes of Organziations ServesNotes DisqualificationsAccepts Solicitations
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Community OrgsYouth Serving (OST)SchoolsFamily ServingMentoring
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ConnecticutTravelers Foundation:
Culturally Enriched Communities
Academic & Career Success
Thriving Neighborhoods
We focus our giving on three areas that we believe can help to build vibrant and resilient communities: academic and career success, thriving neighborhoods and culturally enriched communities. Positive Youth DevelopmentXSt. Paul, MN and Hartford, CT Yes
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FloridaRichard M. Schulze Family FoundationSchulze and his family believe that a good education, a supportive family and a strong work ethic prepare children for a successful future. Positive Youth DevelopmentXXMinnesota, FloridaYes
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FloridaMargaret A. Cargill FoundationFoundation supports efforts to enhance quality of life and prevent and relieve suffering of children, families, and seniors; preserve and promote the environment and the arts; and encourage the humane treatment of animals.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXFlorida, Minnesota, South AfricaNo
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GeorgiaAflac Charitable Contributions

Aflac believes we have a responsibility to give back to the communities where our
corporate offices are located and the majority of our employees live and work -
Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXColumbus, GA, Omaha, NE, Albany, NY, or Columbia, SCIndividual, private secondary school, or religious organization.Yes
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IndianaFoellinger Foundation
Early Childhood, Youth and Family Development Grant
Foundation in Allen County, Indiana, supporting residents to become self-reliantEquityXXXAllen County, Indiana Individuals
Endowments
Support of religious organizations
annual campaigns or appeals
Yes
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IndianaThe Lilly Foundation
The Lilly Foundation is a tax-exempt private foundation that supports philanthropic initiatives designed to improve health and strengthen communities.
Advocates for STEM and improved educational outcomes for underserved students.
EquityXXNo
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MassachusettsMetroWest health Foundation Responsive GrantStrengthening coaltions to imporve the health of the regionPositive Youth DevelopmentXAshland, Bellingham, Dover, Framingham, Franklin, Holliston, Hopedale, Hopkinton, Hudson, Marlborough, Medfield, Medway, Mendon, Milford, Millis, Natick, Needham, Norfolk, Northborough, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, Wellesley and WestboroughYes
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Minnesota Travelers Foundation:
Culturally Enriched Communities
Academic & Career Success
Thriving Neighborhoods
We focus our giving on three areas that we believe can help to build vibrant and resilient communities: academic and career success, thriving neighborhoodsand culturally enriched communities. Positive Youth DevelopmentXMetro regions of St. Paul, MN and Hartford, CTYes
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Minnesota Shelting Arms Foundation
The Sheltering Arms Foundation seeks to advance equitable solutions to close the opportunity gap. We envision a Minnesota that is a vibrant, thriving state where all children have broad and equitable access to high-quality early childhood education and out-of-school time opportunities that support cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being and engage families and communities.Social Emotional LearningXGeneral operating support
Individual public agencies or school districts
Yes
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Minnesota Sundance Family Foundation
The foudation supports youth development and strengthens family stability. Strong interest in Youth Social EntrepreneurshipSocial Emotional LearningXSelect counties in Minnesota and Wisconsin: Hennepin, Ramsey, Washington, Chisago, Polk and St. CroixYes
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Minnesota James R. Thorpe Foundation

The Thorpe Foundation seeks to create opportunities for middle school and high school age youth to achieve productive and independent lives. The Foundation has a focus on the needs of economically disadvantaged and at-risk youth.
Social Emotional LearningXXCity of Minneapolis and the western suburban communities of Minneapolis.Yes
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Minnesota Tiwahe Foundation
American Indian Family Empowerment Program: awards grants to individuals working to be of service to their community, connected to their culture, and to have their potential realized. Positive Youth DevelopmentXTwin Cities metropolitan area: Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Scott, Ramsey and Washington counties.
Serves individuals that are members of a federally or state recognized tribe.
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Minnesota Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundations
Building Community Capacity Grant
Work is committee to racial equity
EquityXXXEast metro- Dakota, Ramsey and Washington countiesReligious programs, individualYes
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Minnesota Blandin Foundation
Foundation working to strengthen rural Minnesota communities Positive Youth DevelopmentXXItasca County, Blackduck, Hill City, Northome and Remer, Minnesotareligious activites, camping and athletic programsYes
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Minnesota Otto Bremer Trust
Supports services in underserved and rural communities.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXNorth Dakota, Minnesota, WisconsinYes
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Minnesota Carlson Family FoundationThrough investments in education, mentoring, children and youth at risk, and youth mentoring, the Carlson Family Foundation actively participates in creating strong and healthy communities, and a competitive workforce. EquityXXXTwin Cities Metropolitan area Individuals Yes
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Minnesota Grotto Foundation
Youth development, post secondary success, community safety and neighborhood development, and mentoringPositive Youth DevelopmentXXXYes
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Minnesota Mortenson Family Foundation
Expanding opportunities for children and familiesEquityXXXXXMinneapolis and Saint PaulYes
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Minnesota Richard M. Schulze Family Foundationchulze and his family believe that a good education, a supportive family and a strong work ethic prepare children for a successful future. Positive Youth DevelopmentXXMinnesota, FloridaYes
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Minnesota The McKnight Foundation
Strives to close opportunity gaps and promote equitable policies and practicesPositive Youth DevelopmentXNo longer accepts requests for funding in OST areas. Generally does not fund empirical research, cirricular models or programs, in-service professional development, or direct service programs (after school and/or tutoring programs)Yes
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Minnesota The Minneapolis FoundationThe Minneapolis Foundation brings together people, ideas, and resources to improve lives, locally and globally. It’s a 100-year-old tradition — and we have big plans for the future.EquityXXXMinneapolisMust be able to evaluate impactYes
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Minnesota Margaret A. Cargill Foundationsupports efforts to enhance quality of life and prevent and relieve suffering of children, families, and seniors; preserve and promote the environment and the arts; and encourage the humane treatment of animals.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXFlorida, Minnesota, South AfricaNo
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Minnesota Bush Foundation
Community Innovation Grants- organizations with a project that addresses a community issue in an inclusive, collaborative and resourceful wayPositive Youth DevelopmentXX Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota No
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Minnesota GHR Foundation
Bridging gaps and building strong educational communititesPositive Youth DevelopmentXServes Catholic schools in the twin cities Yes
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Minnesota The Cargill Foundation
Supports programs that focus on STEM and College and Career Readiness.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXMinneapolis and its Norhtern and Western SuburnsNo
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Minnesota Ecolab Foundation
Youth & Education: programs to promote youth developmennt in at-risk youthPositive Youth DevelopmentXXXSaint PaulYes
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Minnesota George Family FoundationOur mission is to foster wholeness in mind, body, spirit and community by developing authentic leaders and supporting transformative programs serving the common good.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXGenerally only Minnesota, although have granted to City Year (Texas)Yes
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Minnesota Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota Foundation, Inc.
2019–2022 funding focuses on increasing access to quality early childhood education, creating and fostering safe and welcoming communities. Healthy connections grant- create and nurture more connected, resilient and inclusive communities where all people have the support and resouces to reach their full health potentialPositive Youth DevelopmentXXXYes
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Minnesota Opus Foundation
Youth development- to promote healthy social and academic development of youthPositive Youth DevelopmentXXXNo
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Minnesota The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Minnesota
Promoting positive change in North Minneapolis EquityXXXNorth MinneapolisYes
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Minnesota Central Minnesota Community FoundationEngaging people/ connecting resources. Building Community. Positive Youth DevelopmentXGreater St. Cloud, MN areaYes
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MissouriJefferson Foundation Proactive PortfolioSupports educational activiteies that promote indivudal and community health and well-beingPositive Youth DevelopmentXXXJefferson CountyYes
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NebraskaAflac Charitable Contributions

Aflac believes we have a responsibility to give back to the communities where our
corporate offices are located and the majority of our employees live and work -
Columbus, GA, Omaha, NE, Albany, NY and Columbia, SC. Our corporate
Community Giving Program strives to make charitable contributions in ways that
make positive impacts in these areas.
Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXColumbus, GA, Omaha, NE, Albany, NY, or Columbia, SCIndividual, private secondary school, or religious organization.Yes
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New YorkAflac Charitable Contributions

Aflac believes we have a responsibility to give back to the communities where our
corporate offices are located and the majority of our employees live and work -
Columbus, GA, Omaha, NE, Albany, NY and Columbia, SC. Our corporate
Community Giving Program strives to make charitable contributions in ways that
make positive impacts in these areas.
Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXColumbus, GA, Omaha, NE, Albany, NY, or Columbia, SCIndividual, private secondary school, or religious organization.Yes
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North DakotaOtto Bremer Trust
Supports services in underserved and rural communities.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXNorth Dakota, Minnesota, WisconsinYes
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North DakotaBush Foundation
Community Innovation Grants- organizations with a project that addresses a community issue in an inclusive, collaborative and resourceful wayPositive Youth DevelopmentX Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota No
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South CarolinaAflac Charitable Contributions

Aflac believes we have a responsibility to give back to the communities where our
corporate offices are located and the majority of our employees live and work -
Columbus, GA, Omaha, NE, Albany, NY and Columbia, SC. Our corporate
Community Giving Program strives to make charitable contributions in ways that
make positive impacts in these areas.
Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXColumbus, GA, Omaha, NE, Albany, NY, or Columbia, SCIndividual, private secondary school, or religious organization.Yes
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South DakotaBush Foundation
Community Innovation Grants- organizations with a project that addresses a community issue in an inclusive, collaborative and resourceful wayPositive Youth DevelopmentX Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota No
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WashingtonCommunity Foundation of Snohomish CountyGrants support every imaginable area of our community from homeless shelters and local arts organizations to tree-planting projects and writing programs in schools. The Foundation also has special community funds that support Arts & Culture, Community Impact, Education, Environment, Health & Wellness and Human Services.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXServes organization Snohomish CountyYes
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National21st Century Learning Centers
Federally formulated grant that promotes equity by providing support to OST organizations that support the academic outcomes of youth attending high-poverty and low-performing schoolsEquity XYes
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NationalOffice of Safe and Healthy Students
Student Support and Academic Enrichment Grants (SSAE) (Title IV-Part A)
Improves academic acheivement by increasing the capacity of States' local educational agencies, schools and local communitites to provide all students with access to a well-rounded education, improve school conditions and the use of technology.Equity XXnon state educational agenciesYes
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NationalOffice of State Support: Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Educational Agencies, Title I Part A
Promoting academic achievement through assistance to schools with students from low-income families.Equity XYes
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NationalPromoting Student Resilience
Competitive, federally funded grant to provide local educational agencies to increase capacity to address behavioral and mental needs of stduents that have experienced civil unrest in the past 2 yearsEquity XNot having experienced civil unrestYes
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NationalAnnie E. Casey Foundation
Mission oriented organization, building a brighter future for children, families, and communities. Specific areas of investment include advancing child welfare and juvenile justice, and advancing leadership development, equity and inclusion. Equity XXSpecializes funding in child welfare, community change, economic opportunity and Juvenile JusticeNo
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NationalReiman FoundationFocuses on giving to services that support health care, education, the arts, and childrenPositive Youth DevelopmentXYes
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NationalHeckscher foundationStresses the achievement of positive quantitative outcomes and are particularly interested in programs that are prepared to critically evaluate their work.Equity XXNo
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NationalCharles A. Weyerhauser Memorial Foundation
Provides support to Youth Development organizations that serve youth who have witnessed domestic violenceEquity XPrograms that do not directly impact/provide services to children.

Ongoing projects or general operating support

Conferences
Yes
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NationalOJJDP
Addressing the Training Needs of Juvenile Prosecutors
Professional development training for Juvenile ProsecutorsPositive Youth DevelopmentXXYes
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NationalSFY 2020 Substance Abuse Prevention Services GrantPlan, implement, and evaluate activities that prevent and treat substance abuse.Positive Youth DevelopmentXXXYes
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NationalProject Aware (Advancing Wellness and Resiliency in Education) State Education Agency GrantsThe AWARE-SEA program supports the development and implementation of a comprehensive plan of activities, services, and strategies to decrease youth violence and support the healthy development of school-aged youthPositive Youth DevelopmentXEligibility is limited to Education agencies serving American Indian/Alaska Native tribesYes
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NationalDrug-Free Communities (DFC) Establish and strengthen collaboration among communnities to support the efforts around preventing and reducing substance abuse amont youthPositive Youth DevelopmentXXXXYes
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