Sunday, July 20, 2014
Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust Awards Grants To Non-Profits
Grants are offered twice a year in the areas of helping people in need, protecting animals and nature, and enriching community life. Grants can range from $2,000 to $500,000. Non-profit organizations who meet the trust's criteria may submit one application per year for a grant.
Programs that help people in need include those that help vulnerable children and adults with education and training to help them become self-sufficient. Animal protection programs include animal shelter, rescue and adoption. Environmental programs are those that help preserve, protect and restore plants and animals, land and water. Community enrichment programs that foster arts and culture in the community are also eligible for grants.
The Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust was established in 1997 and named for Nina Mason Pulliam who was a strong advocate in Indiana and Arizona to advance programs that help people in need, animals, and communities. The organization has headquarters in both Phoenix, Arizona, and Indianapolis, Indiana.
For more information, visit www.ninapulliamtrust.org/index.php/grant-information/