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The Beveridge Family Foundation (Massachusetts)

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    Funder Type

    Private Foundation

    IT Classification

    C - Funds little to no technology


    Beveridge Family Foundation Inc


    From the arts, to youth development, to environmental causes, to faith-based charities, the Beveridge Family Foundation exists to fund institutions in Hampden and Hampshire Counties, Massachusetts that serve the common good.

    The Foundation welcomes grant proposals from the following Institutional/Program Activity Areas:

    • Animal Related
    • Arts, Culture, and Humanities
    • Civil Rights, Social Action, Advocacy
    • Education
    • Employment/Jobs
    • Environmental Quality, Protection & Beautification
    • Food, Nutrition, Agriculture
    • Health – General & Rehabilitative Services
    • Health – Multipurpose Associations/ Services Associated with Specific Diseases/Disorders/Medical Disciplines
    • Housing/Shelter
    • Human Services: Multipurpose & Other
    • Medical Research
    • Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
    • Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Grant Making Foundations
    • Public Protection: Crime & Delinquency Prevention, Legal Administration, Legal Services
    • Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness & Relief
    • Public/Society Benefit: Multipurpose & Other
    • Recreation, Leisure, Sports, Athletics
    • Religion
    • Science and Technology Research Institutes/Services
    • Social Science Research Institutes/Services
    • Youth Development

    History of Funding

    Past announcements from the Beveridge Family Foundation are available to view here:,

    Additional Information

    The Beveridge Family Foundation will consider the following types of support:

    • Annual Campaign
    • Building/Renovation
    • Capital Campaign
    • Collections Acquisition
    • Collections Management and Preservation
    • Computer Systems Equipment
    • Electronic Media and Online Services
    • Emergency Funds
    • Equipment
    • Land Acquisition
    • Program Development
    • Program Evaluation
    • Research
    • Seed Money
    • Technical Assistance



  • Eligibility Details

    The following organizations are eligible:

    • Corporations, trusts, funds or operating foundations organized and operated for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes.
    • Board-approved not-for-profit organizations that serve poor, needy, and deserving persons, enabling such persons to become self-supporting and/or to become more productive citizens.
    • Board-approved not-for-profit organizations serving the advancement or promotion of science, learning, medicine, surgery, literature, music, art or human welfare.

    Applicants must serve the areas of Hampden and Hampshire Counties in Massachusetts.

    Deadline Details

    There are two funding cycles per year. The deadlines are February 1 and August 1 before 5 pm ET.

    Award Details

    Awards vary by project.

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