Funding Resources By State – Alabama
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Nonprofit organization providing resources to help those with disabilities become more independent. From hunting and fishing to medical resources in their community, they help the Alabama disability community be as independent as possible.
Mission is to increase the provision of, access to, and funding for assistive technology for Alabamians of all ages and all disabilities through a variety of comprehensive activities and services available statewide. A service of the Alabama Department of Rehabilitation Services.
The mission of the Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham is to drive positive change in our community through leadership and philanthropy.
2100 First Avenue North, Suite 700
Birmingham AL 35203-4223
The Daniel Foundation of Alabama’s mission is to strengthen communities within Alabama and improve the quality of life for citizens from all regions of Alabama. We believe this can be achieved through support of effective organizations that are focused on building a healthy and well-educated population, living in a vibrant community.
510 Office Park Drive, Ste. 210
Birmingham, Alabama 35223
Our focus areas:
- Art & culture
- Health & human services
- Community life
600 North 18th Street
Post Office Box 2641
Birmingham, Alabama 35291
The Foundation is organized as a nonprofit corporation [public 501(c)(3)] under the laws of the State of Alabama and is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors of civic leaders selected for their demonstrative awareness of the educational, cultural, civic, public and other charitable needs of the Walker County area.
Post Office Box 171
Jasper, AL 35502
Phone: (205) 302-0001
Fax: (205) 302-0424
The Central Alabama Community Foundation is a nonprofit philanthropic foundation created by and for the people of central Alabama. Individuals and corporate donors make gifts and bequests of any size for the betterment of our community. Through our grants program, the Foundation addresses a wide variety of needs and opportunities, supporting programs and projects in education, human services, health, cultural arts, and other civic concerns.
35 South Court Street
2nd Floor, Montgomery, AL 36104
The project addresses needs in at least one of the following areas: education, arts and culture, health and human services and economic development.
Post Office Box 1137
Mobile, Alabama 36633
Phone: (251) 432-3369
Fax: (251) 432-1134
Since its formation in 1997, the Alpha Foundation has been dedicated to improving the human condition. To this end, Alpha will select organizations to which grants will be made that further this objective. An emphasis will be placed on grants to educational, scientific, and charitable organizations. A major focus of Alpha’s support is biotechnology to aid in the discovery and cure of diseases.
P.O. Box 2087
Huntsville, Alabama 35804
Telephone: (256) 713-2277
The Protective Life Foundation supports a wide range of initiatives and organizations, from those with missions to rebuild lives, to those who provide outstanding educational opportunities, to those who contribute to the cultural and artistic environment of our local communities.
PO Box 12687
Birmingham, AL 35202-6687
In order to maximize the impact of available Foundation funds, the Trustees generally will limit their grant awards to charitable organizations operating in Madison County, Alabama.
307 Clinton Avenue West,
Huntsville, AL 35801
Telephone: (256) 536-1231
Through a broad range of charitable options and planned giving vehicles, donors and their advisors can easily achieve their philanthropic goals. Moreover, donors benefit from the Foundation’s combined assets, which greatly reduce investment and administrative fees. The professional resources and favorable tax deductions, makes the Foundation an ideal resource for individuals, families, businesses, religious and educational institutions and civic groups.
1130 Quintard Avenue, Suite 100
Anniston, AL 36201
Fax: (256) 231-5161
The foundation primarily, but not solely, focuses on programs and projects that expand the horizons of and opportunities for children and young adults. Those programs and projects with objectives of providing better education, promoting self-esteem and instilling in its beneficiaries a desire to improve oneself are of great interest to the foundation.
P.O. Box 531085
Birmingham, AL 35253
Giving to aid and assist distressed and abused women and their children; to aid in the education of women to the end that they may become self sufficient; to aid and assist women in providing emergency housing; and to aid and assist elderly persons, particularly women in meeting their basic needs.
7526 Lakeridge Dr.
Montgomery, AL United States 36117-8511
Telephone: (334) 263-5308
Giving primarily for programs which help people and animals at risk or in need due to unfortunate circumstances, neglect or abuse.
P.O. Box 1031
Fairhope, AL United States 36533-1031
Telephone: (251) 929-2228