It is the foundation’s purpose to stimulate a high standard of excellence in scholarly understanding which can serve to encourage further worldwide explorations of the moral and spiritual dimensions of the universe and of the human potential within its ultimate purpose.
Official site of U.S. Rhodes Scholarship information. Includes biographies of each year’s appointees.
Areas of funding interest include education, arts and culture, and public policy.
A registered nonprofit association that provides financial assistance to owners of domestic animals who need urgent veterinary care.
Serving Glendale, La Crescenta, La Ca?ada Flintridge, Montrose, and Verdugo City, California. Includes recent projects, list of board and staff members.
Funds environmental organizations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia, western Montana (including the Rocky Mountain range), and coastal Alaska from Cook Inlet to the Canadian border. Describes application process, and lists previous grantees.
Charitable contributions and collaborations in areas including education, health and human services, science, and arts and culture.
Membership organization provides resources for running and for starting a community foundation. Also includes directory of members. [English/French]
Information about programs to fight hunger and to provide education and scholarships, founded by philanthropist and humanitarian Alan Shawn Feinstein.
Presents study opportunities in both countries, as well as information on symposia and alumni and list of sponsors.