The Bothin Foundation helps to build the capacity of nonprofits with grants for durable capital investments. The foundation makes capital grants to social service, academic enrichment, youth development, arts, and environmental nonprofit organizations that provide direct services to: disadvantaged children and youth (ages 0 to 24), low-income families, and people with disabilities. The foundation also supports K-12 schools exclusively serving children with learning differences. Examples of capital grants include building improvements, vehicle requests, program equipment, and technology needs.
To learn more about Bothin Foundation’s grantmaking, and determine if you are eligible, please see Grantmaking Guidelines.