Grant Details

Title BJ's Charitable Foundation
Website http://www.bjs.com/community-relations.content.about_community_relations.A.about_community
State District of Columbia, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia
Type General
Giving Area select states
What is Funded Education Support will be given to nonprofits that provide academic and vocational opportunities for the disadvantaged. These programs include the purchase of supplies for literacy skills, mentoring, tutoring and career development.
Who is Eligible 501(c) (3) organizations. The program must align with BJ’s Charitable Foundation’s mission of supporting organizations that provide basic needs services (in the form of hunger prevention, self-sufficiency, healthcare and education) to those in need in the ways we’ve defined above. The program must positively impact communities where BJ’s Clubs are located.
Restrictions BJ’s Charitable Foundation does not provide funding for: •Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical disability or national or ethnic origin •Political organizations, fraternal groups or social clubs that engage in any kind of political activity •Religious organizations, unless they serve the general public in a significant non-denominational way •501(c)(3) organizations or programs/projects that have been in place for less than one (1) year •Programs that only support one individual or individual families •Organizations located outside BJ’s Wholesale Club markets •Capital campaigns •Private foundations •Sponsorships for music, film and art festivals •Support for business expositions/conferences •Organizations that have applied to the BJ’s Charitable Foundation within the past 12 months •509(a)(3) Type III non-functionally integrated supporting organizations •Scholarships •First-time applicants applying for more than $2,500 in funding •Organizations that do not have an annual budget, IRS Form 990 and audited financials •Non-programmatic Salary Request
How to Apply Go to their website. Read the page to see if your organization is eligible. Then scroll down to where you see a button that says 'apply now'.
Deadline January, April, July, October
Deadline Details Early January, Early April, Early July, Early October. See their website for specific dates.

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Scope: District of Columbia, US-Connecticut, US-Delaware, US-Florida, US-Georgia, US-Maine, US-Maryland, US-Massachusetts, US-New Hampshire, US-New Jersey, US-New York, US-North Carolina, US-Ohio, US-Pennsylvania, US-Rhode Island, US-Virginia

Deadline: 01-January, 04-April, 07-July, 10-October

Type: General

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