Religious Charity Grants

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Religious Charity Grants
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Religious charity grants help people and organisations receive funding for philanthropic projects. In many instances, you do not need to be affiliated with the particular denomination to receive funding. There are several religious charities that give freely to those who apply.

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Transom Grant

Baptist Community Ministries (BCM) offers unsolicited charitable contributions to non-profit organisations in the form of the Transom Grant. Organizations attending any of the five parishes of Louisiana are eligible (Orleans, St. Bernard, Jefferson, St. Tammany and Plaquemines). The non-profit organisation must focus on a project that improves either education, public safety, health or governmental oversight. The maximum grant size is £32,500 annually.

Baptist Community Ministries 400 Poydras Street, Suite 2950 New Orleans, LA 70130-3245 504-593-2323 bcm.org

Bernsen Foundation Grant

The Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation provides a charitable grant to non-profit organisations in the Tulsa metropolitan area. To be eligible, the organisation must be engaged in a charitable cause that focuses on a humane goal (improve education, religious interaction, etc). Total funding is decided by the Bernsen Board of Trustees.

The Grace and Franklin Bernsen Foundation 15 West 6th Street, Suite 1308 Tulsa, OK 74119 918-584-4711 bernsen.org

Goizueta Foundation

The Goizueta Foundation offers charitable grants to non-profit organisations in the state of Georgia. To be eligible, organisations must focus on serving individuals with severe disabilities, aiding immigrants and refugees, or expanding art and culture. The Goizueta Board determines all amounts funded.

Goizueta Foundation 4401 Northside Parkway Suite 520 Atlanta, Georgia 30327 404-239-0390 goizuetafoundation.org

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