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The Sunderland Foundation

 
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    Funder Type

    Private Foundation

    IT Classification

    C - Funds little to no technology

    Authority

    Sunderland Foundation

    Summary

    The Sunderland Foundation was established in 1945. For more than seven decades, the Foundation has focused on supporting bricks and mortar projects, awarding grants to nonprofits in the Kansas City region and other areas where the Ash Grove Cement Company does business. The Sunderland Foundation makes grants annually to publicly supported charitable organizations with tax exempt status under section 501 [c] 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation prefers to make grants for capital and special projects rather than for annual operating expenses.

    Areas of interest include higher education, churches, youth serving agencies, health facilities, community buildings, museums, civic projects, and low maintenance, energy efficient housing projects sponsored by qualified tax-exempt organizations. In recent grant cycles, the Board of Trustees has awarded the majority of grants in four broadly defined areas:
    • Higher Education
    • Human Services 
    • Arts and Culture 
    • Health Care and Hospitals 
     

    History of Funding

    In 2016, the Foundation awarded more than $4.7 million to more than 45 educational organizations. Grantees included community colleges, private colleges, and public universities. The Foundation awarded $2.9 million to human service nonprofits in 2016, and the majority of grants in this area went to groups that provide essential services to youth and families. Grantees included a range of youth-focused groups, including the Kansas 4-H Foundation, Kids TLC, Ronald McDonald House & Boys & Girls Clubs. Arts and culture projects received $3.6 million in 2016, including grants to the Eisenhower Foundation in Abilene, Kansas; the Kansas City Repertory Theatre; and museum organizations in Missouri and Montana. In 2016, more than $2 million was awarded to hospitals and health-care groups to build and improve their facilities.

    More details on grants awarded by the Foundation can be seen at http://www.sunderlandfoundation.org/GrantsAwarded.asp.

    Additional Information

    The Foundation generally awards grants to larger, well-established nonprofit organizations. Start-ups and small, grassroots organizations are encouraged to seek funding elsewhere. In addition:
    • The Foundation does not award grants for annual operating expenses
    • The Foundation does not award grants for programs or endowments.
    • The Foundation does not award grants or provide sponsorship for special events.
    • Grants to primary and secondary schools are generally not considered.
    • No grants are made to individuals.
    • No scholarships are available from the Foundation.
    Grants for building construction, renovation, repairs and restoration of facilities are considered.

    Contacts

    Sunderland Foundation Staff

    Sunderland Foundation Staff
    P.O. Box 25900
    Overland Park', KS 66225
     

  • Eligibility Details

    Grants are awarded in Western Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Arkansas, and Western Iowa, and, to a lesser extent, in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Utah and Montana. Grant proposals from organizations located outside these geographic areas are unlikely to receive consideration.

    Deadline Details

    Proposals are accepted on an ongoing basis and are approved by the Board of Trustees four times each year. Meeting review dates occur in April, June, September, and December. Proposals should include the following:
    1. A clear description of the project for which funds are being requested, including program goals and objectives, documentation of need and expected outcomes.
    2. A brief background on the proposing organization or agency.
    3. A detailed expense budget for the project indicating how the funds would be spent and over what time period.
    4. An income statement showing other sources of project support, public and/or private, which have been or will be solicited, including a statement of funds that have been received or pledged to date.
    5. A financial plan showing how the project will be supported beyond the grant period.
    6. The organization's current board of directors and their terms of office.
    7. A copy of the organization's most recent 501 (c)(3) tax-exempt ruling from the IRS.
    8. The organization's most recent certified audit or audited financial statement, where applicable.

    Award Details

    Award amounts vary based on scope and size of projects. Number of awards vary.


     

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