Sustainable Disaster-Relief Fund
The Sustainable Disaster-Relief Fund (SDRF) was established in 2006 to aid communities hit by natural disasters. This fund supports communities as they rebuild and establish necessary infrastructure to better handle the impact of a repeat disaster.
Gifts of $5,000 or more are accepted. Unlike a DAF, donations to the SDRF from an IRA may qualify as a qualified charitable distribution or QCD.
Grants are researched by an in-house committee and then selected by our senior leadership team.
The fund grants at least 5% of its total assets annually.
The Philanthropic Impact Fund
The Philanthropic Impact Fund (PIF) issues grants that elevate the philanthropic industry. PIF works to help donors make informed granting decisions and educates nonprofits on providing effective and efficient solutions to increase capacity and capability.
This fund can be named in your succession plan.
Grants are researched by an in-house committee and then selected by our Board of Trustees.
Grants from this fund will equal 5% of the average of the previous three fiscal-year-ending fund balance.
Information about funding for nonprofits
Are you a 501(c)3 registered nonprofit interested in applying for funding from the Philanthropic Impact Fund (PIF) or the Sustainable Disaster-Relief Fund (SDRF)? The PIF and SDRF award grants annually via a competitive request for proposal process.
Thank you for your interest in a submitting proposal for the Philanthropic Impact Fund or Sustainable Disaster-Relief Fund. Our submission period has closed for 2023. Please check back in early 2024 for the next round of submissions.