Louisiana A+ Schools Program, George Rodrigue foundation
A principal goal is to fund
projects that promote art and craft education through funding programs in the visual arts, arts and crafts, and art history preservation efforts.
karen ahuja, finalisT - salon exhibition
Illinois river watershed partnerships
Penland school of crafts, residency program
Windgate Charitable Foundation
PO BOX 826
Siloam Springs, AR 72761
The Windgate Charitable Foundation is a private grant-making foundation established by an Arkansas family in 1993. The corpus of the foundation is comprised of donations of Walmart stock acquired by the family over many years.
Our principal goals are to:
(1) Fund significant educational programs in the visual arts, arts and crafts, and art history preservation efforts;
(2) Provide funding to K-12 and higher educational institutions for the development and support of the arts, scholarships, and effective instructional programs;
(3) Encourage programs which show promise of developing the children and youth of this country into moral, productive, and humane citizens and committed family members;
(4) And to fund other such programs as the Board may direct, in their discretion, which serve the established charitable purposes of the Foundation.
The board strongly prefers program support over capital funds. No grants are made for undesignated annual fund gifts, debt retirement, group travel for performance or competition, completed projects, private religious schools or to individuals.The foundation only awards grants to non-profit organizations. The board prefers projects of its own initiative, rather than funding unsolicited grants. Priority will also be given to matching fund requests.
Though there are no specific geographic limitations in grant applications, the Board prefers organizations whose project activities are conducted within the United States. Unsolicited requests for projects outside of the United States are not considered for funding. The board also looks to other funding sources to meet community-based needs in Northwest Arkansas. While the foundation will consider multi-year grant support, the project should not rely upon foundation grant for continuation. The project should either conclude at the end of the grant period or show a reasonable plan for moving to self-sufficiency.
We are also committed to funding educational institutions for the development and support of the arts, scholarships, and effective instructional programs.
supporting creativity and the arts
WHAT WE FUND