Foundation / Corporation
Nordson Corporation Foundation
Grants to Providence, Rhode Island nonprofit organizations to address local community needs. Program areas include education, human welfare, arts and culture, and civic enhancement. The Foundation is committed to improving the quality of life for local residents and produce stronger communities. Funding is intended to prepare individuals for economic independence through a variety of quality educational experiences.
For further information regarding the program areas, see the URL for Full Text below.
The Nordson Foundation offers support to nonprofit organizations that cultivate educational curriculum and experiences that foster self-sufficiency, job readiness, and goals to aspire to higher education. The Foundation is well aware of the fact that for non-profit organizations to remain viable they must receive operating support. With this in mind, Nordson Corporation Foundation does invest in general operating support.
The goals of the Nordson Corporation Foundation are to ensure that:
- All children have access to and receive quality educational experiences from early childhood
- All individuals have the opportunity to be self-sufficient members of society
- There is a continuum of quality educational opportunities
- The communities are strengthened by the organizations the Foundation funds; whether their focus is education, human welfare, civic or arts and culture
Through its grant-making, the Foundation supports organizations that directly or indirectly seek to maximize success before, during and beyond the traditional classroom years. Grants will be reviewed and considered on the basis of their enrichment to the communities where Nordson employees live and work. Organizations and programs receiving grants will be expected to identify relevant, measurable outcomes to demonstrate the effectiveness of their programs.
GrantWatch ID#: 177664
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Eligibility Quiz and Online Application Portal:
Cecilia H. Render, Nordson Corporation Foundation Executive Director
Nordson EFD - Rhode Island
40 Catamore Boulevard
East Providence, Rhode Island 02914-1378
USA: Rhode Island: Providence County
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