The Scranton Area Community Foundation responds to community needs and opportunities with grants in such diverse fields as health, education, arts, environment, human services, and civic affairs. We are able to do so through the generosity of individuals, organizations, and corporations.
Restricted Funds – vs – Unrestricted Funds
Funds at the Scranton Area Community Foundation are categorized as either Restricted Funds or Unrestricted Funds.
Endowment Funds – vs – Non-Endowment Funds
The Scranton Area Community Foundation provides numerous types of grants from both Non-Endowment Funds, as well as Endowment Funds.
› Endowment Funds:
Endowment Funds are established to benefit a particular institution or agency, to provide ongoing support to a favorite charity, award scholarships in the name of a loved one, or otherwise support a cause in the name of a person or other entity.
Learn more about Endowment Funds
› Non-Endowment Funds:
Occasionally a foundation will accept temporary funds. These non-endowed funds are typically re-distributed to other qualified charitable institutions for programs and projects within the community. Non-Endowment Funds may be used to provide on-going support for many, many different organizations and activities.
Scranton Area Community Foundation Funds & Grants
Ways to Give› Options for Giving
If you would like more information on our funds, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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