Deadline- July 2, 2012
Through philanthropic investments addressing community development, education and workforce development and critical needs, they focus on advancing economic opportunity in the communities they serve. It’s a national strategy — delivered locally. Their local market presidents and their teams develop relationships with other community leaders to determine the best use of philanthropic funds in each community.
- Must be tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and not classified as a private foundation
- Must be based and serve communities in these markets
- Should be aligned with our funding priorities of community development, education and workforce development and critical needs.
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