Statewide

Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Web Address: 
http://www.nmcf.org
Average Grant Size: 
$28,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Human Services
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Children & Youth
Rural
Families
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender

Mission/ Giving Statement: The New Mexico Community Foundation (NMCF) is a statewide endowment building and grant-making organization that serves and invests in New Mexico’s communities and their greatest asset . . . people. As a steward of community resources, we support a quality of life that reflects the diverse values, traditions, beauty and dreams of New Mexico. Building community wealth and relationships, maximizing community capacity and self-reliance are at the heart of our work.

Grantmaking Program Areas: The Rural Livilihoods Initiative; The Strengthening New Mexico Families Initiative; SPARK (early childhood); Kellogg Youth Initiative; New Mexico AIDS Partnership Fund

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

The Rural Livlihoods Initiative: The Rural Livelihoods Initiative builds on the assets of rural communities throughout the state by funding sustainable, community-based economic development projects.

SPARK: NMCF’s NM SPARK – Supporting Partnerships to Assure Ready Kids – fosters family engagement, early childhood and elementary school collaboration and best practices.

Kellogg Youth Initiative: NMCF’s Youth Initiative strengthens systems that serve children and youth while building the field’s capacity for positive youth development and youth civic participation in New Mexico. Managed by NMCF’s Youth Initiative, School Based Health Centers (SBHC) grants aim to improve access, provide funding for renovation and medical equipment, increase behavioral health services, including screening, referral and treatment to address youth suicide, increase funding for teen pregnancy prevention, treatment and education, and provide support towards workforce improvements, project management, technical assistaince and on-going training to SBHCs.

Application Instructions: While NMCF does not accept unsolicited proposals, NMCF welcomes receiving its General Information Organization Profile Form. Form is available online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Other
Mailing Address: 
502 West Cordova Road, Suite 1
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87505
Phone: 
(505) 820-6860
Fax: 
(505) 820-7860
Email: 
tmulert[at]nmcf[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Paula Doane
Title: 
Grants and Program Assistant
Primary Contact Phone: 
(505) 820-6860 x 15
Primary Contact Email: 
pdoane[at]nmcf[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$5,000
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Environment
Human Services
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Housing, Shelter
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Low Income
Children & Youth
Families

Mission/Giving Statement: Wells Fargo's first priority is to support programs and organizations whose chief purpose is to benefit low and moderate-income individuals and families and those that keep our communities strong, diverse and vibrant.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Arts & Culture; Human Services; Community Development; Education; Environment; Affordable Housing

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Arts & Culture: Wells Fargo considers requests from organizations that work to enhance community diversity through: Access to and participation in cultural experiences for low- and moderate-income individuals; Availability of a broad array of artistic opportunities and venues that reflect the community’s diversity; School partnerships and outreach programs.

Human Services: Wells Fargo considers support of social and human service organizations whose work primarily benefits low- and moderate-income individuals including: Health services and education; Basic needs assistance; and Child care.

Community Development: Help provide affordable housing for low and moderate-income individuals and families; Promote economic development; Provide job training programs for low and moderate-income individuals; and Help to revitalize or stabilize low and moderate-income neighborhoods.

Education: Wells Fargo encourages requests for financial support of educational institutions, as well as for non-profits whose primary focus is to help these institutions. The primary focus of the grant should be to promote academic achievement for low- and moderate-income students. Wells Fargo supports programs ranging from early childhood development through the university level, but the primary emphasis is on K-12 public schools. Wells Fargo actively encourages requests for staff training for teachers and administrators working with low- and moderate-income students and also entertains grant requests from educational institutions and support organizations for the purpose of teaching financial literacy.

Environment: Wells Fargo considers requests from organizations whose primary purpose is to: Conserve natural resources; or Provide environmental education.

Type of Funding/ Funding Restrictions: Funding restrictions: Individuals; Purchase of advertising; Start-up funding for new organizations; Political campaigns or activities; Organizations designed primarily for lobbying; Endowment campaigns; Video or film production; Promotional items; Labor activities; Vehicle; Travel, including students trips; For-profit entities; Youth sports teams/leagues.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions available online.

 

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
200 Lomas NW
MAC Q2129-124
Albuquerque
New Mexico
87102
Phone: 
(505) 766-7320
Fax: 
(505) 765-5281
Primary Contact Name: 
Jennifer Riordan
Title: 
Director, Community Relations
Primary Contact Email: 
jennifer.riordan[at]wellsfargo[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Web Address: 
http://www.nmmccune.org
Average Grant Size: 
$25,000
Program Funding Area: 
Arts, Culture & Humanities
Education
Youth Development
Environment
Human Services
Health Care
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations
Children & Youth

Mission/ Giving Statement: The Marshall L. and Perrine D. McCune Charitable Foundation is dedicated to enriching the health, education, environment, and cultural and spiritual life of New Mexicans. The Foundation memoralizes its benefactors through proactive grantmaking that seeks to foster positive social change.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Arts; Economic Development; Education; Environment; Youth; Health; Social Services

Type of Funding/ Funding Restrictions: Grants for specific projects, operating expenses, and capital expenses are considered. Grants can be awarded to qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, federally recognized Indian tribes, public schools and governmental agencies. Grants can not be made to individuals.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions available online.

 

Best Method of Contact: 
Other
Mailing Address: 
345 East Alameda Street
Santa Fe
New Mexico
87501-2229
Phone: 
(505) 983-8300
Fax: 
(505) 983-7887
Email: 
mccune[at]nmmccune[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Wendy Lewis
Title: 
Associate Director
Primary Contact Email: 
wendy[at]nmmccune[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Web Address: 
http://www.wkkf.org
Average Grant Size: 
$431,883
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Youth Development
Human Services
Health Care
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Social Justice
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations
Employment
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Housing, Shelter
Geographic Funding Focus: 
International
National
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Latino/Hispanic
African-American
Low Income
Asian-American
Men & Boys
Children & Youth
Native American
Disabled
Rural
Urban
Families
Women & Girls
Immigrants

Mission/Giving Statement: The W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) supports children, families, and communities as they strengthen and create conditions that propel vulnerable children to achieve success as individuals and as contributors to the larger community and society.

Grantmaking Program Areas:  Education & Learning; Family Economic Security; Food, Health & Well-Being; Community & Civic Engagement; Racial Equity

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Education & Learning: To ensure that all children get the development and education they need as a foundation for independence and success, WKKF Foundation seeks opportunities to invest in early child development (prenatal to age eight), leading to reading proficiency by third grade, high school graduation, and pathways to meaningful employment.

Family Economic Security: The primary needs of the family must be addressed to create pathways out of poverty for children.  WKKF supports programs that increase family stability, foster quality jobs, careers and entrepreneurship, and promote secondary achievement and financial independence.  WKKF supports strategies that increase income, assets, and aspirations of vulnerable children and their families and reduce disparities based on class, gender and race. 

Food, Health & Well-Being: Children need nutrition, stimulations, healthy living conditions and access to quality health care.  WKKF is helping many of them get all four, by funding organizations that improve birth outcomes and first food experiences, create access to healthy foods, improve health services, and educate families and communities about the inter-related factors that determine well-being.  WKKF especially focuses on children who are disadvantaged by multiple societal factors, a disproportionate percentage of whom are children of color.  The Foundation supports innovative, place-based efforts to address the social determinants of health (SDoH) through local leadership, policy and advocacy. 

Community & Civic Engagement: WKKF believes that people have the inherent capacity to solve their own problems and that social transformation is within the reach of all communities.  WKKF partners with those committed to inclusion, impact, and innovation in solving public problems.  WKKF seeks engagement through dialogue, leadership development, collaboration, and new models of organizing.  WKKF amplifies voices, and supports the civic and philanthropic infrastructures that help propel vulnerable children and communities forward.  By partnering with diverse communities, WKKF supports new solutions tailored to meet the needs of children and families who are most vulnerable.

Racial Equity:  WKKF believes that all children should have equal access to opportunity.  To make this vision a reality, WKKF directs its grants and resources to support racial healing and to remove systemic barriers that hold some children back.  WKKF invests in community and national organizations whose innovative and effective programs foster racial healing.  And through action-oriented research and public policy work, WKKF is helping translate insights into new strategies and sustainable solutions.

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: WKKF intentionally places vulnerable children and their families at the center of everything it does and it wants the organizations and policies it supports to surround them with integrated programs that address the comprehensive needs of children, their families and communities.

In general, WKKF does not provide funding for operational phases of established programs, capital requests, equipment, conferences and workshops, films, television and/or radio programs, endowments, development campaigns, or research/studies unless they are an integral part of a larger program budget being considered for funding.

Application Instructions: WKKF's website provides information regarding their various program's framework.  If you believe your idea fits within this framework, please use their online application, which is how all requests for funding must be submitted.  WKKF does not have any submission deadlines.  Grant applications are accepted throughout the year and are reveiwed at its headquarters.

WKKF preferred method for grant submissions is the its online application at www.wkkf.org/ApplyOnline. Grant applicants who are not able to apply electronically may submit their grant request via regular mail. For additional information and instructions in sending a grant submission via regular mail, please call the Central Proposal Processing Office at (269) 968-1611 during the WKKF's regular business hours. WKKF will give prompt consideration to all pre-proposal submissions. The initial review may take up to three months to complete. If the proposed project falls within WKKF's priorities and available resources, applicants may be asked to develop a more detailed proposal. Letters not submitted online should be directed to the Supervisor of Proposal Processing at the address provided below. 

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
One Michigan Avenue East
Battle Creek
Michigan
49017
Phone: 
(269) 968-1611
Fax: 
(269) 968-0413
Email: 
wkkf[at]wkkf[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Dessie Caulk
Title: 
Program Manager
Primary Contact Phone: 
(269) 969-2295
Primary Contact Email: 
dessie[at]wkkf[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Web Address: 
www.intel.com/community
Average Grant Size: 
$2,500
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Science & Technology
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Sandoval County
Valencia County
Populations Served: 
N/A

Mission/Giving Statement: Together, Intel and the Intel Foundation foster educational opportunities and quality of life improvements for communities in which they have a major presence. By developing programs, exercising leadership, and providing funding for grants, Intel: Fuels innovation in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM); Empowers girls and women; Inspires underserved youth; Engages with our communities. Through these efforts Intel works to increase opportunities for all—especially girls and underrepresented populations—in STEM education and related careers.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education; Empowering Girls & Women; Additional Programs.

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Education:  This is the Intel Foundation's primary giving focus. Intel has a strong interest in supporting K–12, higher education and community programs that deliver the kind of educational opportunities that all students will need to prepare themselves to succeed in the 21st century. Intel vigorously supports education through grants for programs that advance STEM, particularly for women and underserved populations.

Transforming the Lives of Women & Girls: Intel supports programs that elevate women and girls’ status through education, tech use, and entrepreneurial skills.

Additional Programs: Intel will support additional programs that improve the quality of life in its site communities. These requests will be evaluated on the basis of the services offered and the program's: Impact on the community; Its focus on diversity and multiculturalism; Its impact on the youth of our community; The cost-effectiveness of the program; and Its ability to be effectively measured and replicated; and The potential for Intel employee involvement.

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Intel sites typically will not fund: Programs outside the site community; Endowment or capital-improvement campaigns; Unrestricted gifts to national or international organizations; Sectarian or denominational religious organizations; Foundations that are strictly grant-making bodies; Private schools; Organizations that practice discrimination; Sporting events or teams; Health care organizations; Arts organizations; Special occasion goodwill advertising; Fundraising activities or events; Individuals, travel or tours; School extra-curricular activities/clubs; General operating expenses; or Debt-retirement for organizations.

Application Instructions: Grant application instructions available online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
4100 Sara Road
Rio Rancho
New Mexico
87124
Email: 
Email communication available via online form.
Primary Contact Name: 
Ron Eppes
Title: 
Community Relations Manager
Primary Contact Phone: 
(505) 794-4053
Primary Contact Email: 
ron[dot]d[dot]eppes[at]intel[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Web Address: 
http://www.hewlett.org
Average Grant Size: 
$100,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Environment
Geographic Funding Focus: 
National
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations

Mission/Giving Statement: The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has been making grants since 1967 to solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. The foundation's goals include: helping to reduce global poverty, limiting the risk of climate change, improving education for students in California and elsewhere, improving reproductive health and rights worldwide, supporting vibrant performing arts in our community, and advancing the field of philanthropy.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Education; Environment

Education: Grants to improve education by expanding the reach of openly available educational resources and by supporting "deeper learning"-- a combination of the fundamental knowledge and practical basic skills all students will need to succeed.

Environment: Grants to conserve the North American West and to tackle the problems of energy and climate change.

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: List of restrictions available online

Application Instructions: Complete a Letter of Inquiry Application online. See the "Grantseekers" page for a list of programs accepting LOIs.

Best Method of Contact: 
Letter of Inquiry
Mailing Address: 
2121 Sand Hill Road
Menlo Park
California
94025
Phone: 
(650) 234-4500
Fax: 
(650) 234-4501
Email: 
Email communication available via online form.
Primary Contact Name: 
Staff names and titles online
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$60,000
Program Funding Area: 
Recreation & Sports
Education
Youth Development
Housing, Shelter
Unknown (Other)
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
All Populations
Children & Youth
Disabled
Elderly
Homeless

Mission/Giving Statement: We are committed to fulfilling the intent and direction of our donor. Our goal is to reflect the compassion, ethics and integrity of Bill Daniels in all that we do.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Aging; Alcoholism & Substance Abuse; Amateur Sports; Disabilities; K-12 Education Reform; Early Childhood Education; Ethics & Integrity in Education; Homeless & Disadvantaged; Youth Development

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Aging:  Assist older adults in achieving maximum independence and quality of life by supporting in-home services, community engagement, and end of life / palliative care.

Alcoholism & Substance Abuse:  Assist  youth and adults with alcohol and substance abuse challenges in achieving and maintaining stability by supporting prevention (emphasis on youth), treatment, and supportive / after-care services.

Amateur Sports:  Expand opportunities for participation in quality youth sports programs that foster increased sportsmanship, confidence, discipline and leadership. Expand opportunities for national and international amateur sports competition.

Disabilities:  Assist individuals with physical and developmental disabilities and their families in achieving maximum independence and quality of life by funding supportive services for the developmentally disabled and providing equipment and resources for those who are physically disabled.

Early Childhood Education:  Improve the quality of early childhood education systems to ensure school readiness by supporting teacher / leadership quality, facility quality, and parental involvement.

K-12 Education Reform:  Improve the quality of the K-12 educational system to ensure increased student achievement by supporting reform / school choice, parental engagement, and teacher / leadership quality.

Ethics & Integrity:  Improve the quality of ethics curriculum to foster principle-centered leadership by supporting business ethics in higher education and ethics in K-12 education.

Homeless and Disadvantaged:  Assist homeless individuals and families in achieving and maintaining self-sufficiency by supporting emergency services and transitional housing with supportive services.

Youth Development:  Provide opportunities for youth to develop character and gain the necessary life skills to become successful adults by supporting academic and supplemental services, civic literacy and community engagement, financial literacy and entrepreneurship, along with career and technical education.

See website for additional Grantmaking Program Area descriptions.

Type of Funding/ Funding Restrictions: The Daniels Fund makes grants to nonprofit organizations and government entities (including tribal governments).  Funds are awarded for capital projects; operating support; and project support.  The Daniels Fund generally will not support the following: medical or scientific research; arts, cultural, and museum programs (including those teaching and serving youth); environmental stewardship programs; historic preservation projects; candidates for political office; endowments; sponsorships, tables, or tickets for special events or fundraising events; and debt elimination.

Application Instructions: Grant application guidelines online.

Best Method of Contact: 
Email/Phone
Mailing Address: 
101 Monroe Street
Denver
Colorado
80206
Phone: 
(877) 791-4726
Phone2: 
(303) 393-7220
Fax: 
(720) 941-4210
Email: 
grantsinfo[at]danielsfund[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Miguel Lovato
Primary Contact Phone: 
(303) 393-7220
Primary Contact Email: 
mlovato[at]danielsfund[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
NO
Average Grant Size: 
$10,000
Program Funding Area: 
Education
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Employment
Food, Agriculture, Nutrition
Housing, Shelter
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Low Income
Children & Youth

Mission/Giving Statement: Bank of America Charitable Foundation supports local community needs by investing in organizations which make their neighborhoods a better place to live and work.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Community Development; Workforce Development & Education; Critical Needs

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Community Development: Housing, Preserving Neighborhoods, Revitalizing Communities

Workforce Development & Education: High School Graduation, Post Secondary Access and Completion, Job Readiness, Small Business Support

Critical Needs: Hunger, Emergency Shelter, Benefits Access

Type of Funding/Funding Restrictions: Bank of America considers only those proposals aligned with their Community Funding Priorities and located in the states where they do business.

Application Instructions: Eligibility Quiz and grant application instructions online. Online grant application.

Notes: By partnering with local community leaders, Bank of America identifies priorities in each market it serves and determines how its charitable investments can have the greatest and most positive impact in these neighborhoods. Each day, the Foundation strengthens the health and vitality of its neighborhoods by building the capacity of charitable organizations and investing in the leaders of today and tomorrow.  Overall, Bank of America's giving falls into three critical categories (listed above) for the long term success of its neighborhoods.

Local Grants: At the core of Bank of America’s national philanthropic strategy is neighborhood excellence. It’s a national strategy — delivered locally. Bank of America’s local grant making activities can — and do — vary, depending on local community needs. Their local market presidents and their teams develop relationships with other community leaders to determine the best use of philanthropic dollars in each community.

Matching Gifts: The Bank of America Charitable Foundation Matching Gifts program encourages associates to contribute to qualifying nonprofit organizations of their choice. The program offers a way to double — up to $5,000 per person each calendar year — associates’ cash or securities contributions to their favorite organizations and thus improve their communities. See website for additional Grantmaking Program Area descriptions.

Volunteer Gifts:  An unrestricted grant is made to an eligible charitable organization for which an associate has committed substantial volunteer hours within a calendar year:  For 50 hours of volunteer time within a calendar year, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation will give a $250 grant.  For 100 hours of volunteer time within a calendar year, the grant is $500.  Qualified organizations must have a charitable status and fit the above listed Grantmaking Program Areas.  Associates must log their hours through the Bank of America Community Volunteers website and have the recipient organization verify the hours served.  This information must be received by March 31 after the year in which the hours were completed. 

Best Method of Contact: 
Full Proposal
Mailing Address: 
500 West 7th Street
2nd Floor
Fort Worth
Texas
76102
Phone: 
(817) 390-6906
Primary Contact Name: 
Mandy Kizer
Primary Contact Email: 
Mandy.Kizer[at]bankofamerica[dot]com
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Average Grant Size: 
$25,000
Program Funding Area: 
Human Services
Medical Research
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Children & Youth
Disabled
Elderly

Grantmaking Program Areas: Medical Research; Essential Needs for Children & Elderly; Persons with Mental and Physical Handicaps

Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:

Medical Research: Seeking cure and prevention of catastrophic disease.

Children: Assisting in meeting the essential needs of children (food, housing, clothing, medical services).

Elderly: Enhancing the quality of life for seniors

Persons with Mental and Physical Handicaps: Enhancing the quality of life for persons with mental and physical handicaps.

Application Instructions: Send a one or two page Letter of Inquiry plus a copy of the IRS determination letter,  introducing the organization and outlining grant request to the Austin address below or contact the Foundation office for current information.  

Notes: The Foundation also gives in Texas and Oklahoma.


 

Best Method of Contact: 
Letter of Inquiry
Mailing Address: 
114 West 7th Street, Suite 1200
Austin
Texas
78701
Phone: 
(512) 458-2285
Primary Contact Name: 
Brad Robb
Title: 
Executive Director
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
Does the grantmaker accept LOI’s/proposals?: 
YES
Web Address: 
www.commoncounsel.org
Average Grant Size: 
$10,000
Program Funding Area: 
Environment
Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy, Social Justice
Community Improvement & Capacity Building
Geographic Funding Focus: 
Statewide
Populations Served: 
Latino/Hispanic
African-American
Low Income
Asian-American
Children & Youth
Native American
Women & Girls

Mission/ Giving Statement: The Foundation is committed to supporting grassroots social change organizations which engage in community organizing and which: Reflect, through membership or grassroots participation, the communities in which they are based; Expand community control over economic, social and environmental decisions affecting the community's well-being; and Build a strong informed voice on public policy issues.

Grantmaking Program Areas: Social Justice; Environmental Justice; Community & Economic Development

Type of Funding/ Funding Restrictions: The Foundation supports Western States.  It is unable to support organizations with budgets over $400,000/yr; Intermediary organizations that provide training or technical assistance; Large national or regional networks; International organizations; Direct social services; Education, cultural or medical institutions or programs; Capital campaigns, construction or renovation, endowments; Film, video, publications or other media projects; Grantmaking institutions; Scholarship funds or aid to individuals; Research or fellowships; Land trusts, land acquisitions; Government sponsored programs; organizations with access to mainstream funding; and Emergency funding.

Application Instructions: Checklist Criteria, Letter of Inquiry Cover Form and Grant Application instructions online through the Common Counsel Foundation. The Foundation prefers email LOI submissions.

Best Method of Contact: 
Letter of Inquiry
Mailing Address: 
405 Fourteenth Street, Suite 809
Oakland
California
94612
Phone: 
(510) 834-2995
Fax: 
(510) 834-2998
Email: 
info[at]commoncounsel[dot]org
Primary Contact Name: 
Staff names and titles online.
Primary Contact Phone: 
Luke Newton
Primary Contact Email: 
luke[at]commoncounsel[dot]org
Verified by Grantmaker: 
Yes
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