The Green Family Foundation provides funding to support holistic programs that have a direct impact on global health, alleviating poverty and empowering communities. Grants may be used to support launch or expansion activities with the end goal of establishing sustainability for the organization.
We are interested in supporting grassroots organizations that provide quality and creative programming that directly impacts poverty and global health. GFF prefers not to fund requests for support to cover operating deficits, bricks-and-mortar projects or activities intended to propagate a religious faith, are restricted to one religion or denomination, or could be considered discriminatory. GFF does not provide emergency funding to cover ongoing program or operational deficits.
All prospective grantees must be 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organizations eligible for funding under the United States Internal Revenue Code. The Green Family Foundation does not issue grants to individuals or to organizations registered outside the United States.
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