We appreciate your submittal of a grant request to the Horne Family Foundation.
Please review our qualification criteria to determine whether your organization may potentially receive a grant.
Tax Identification Number
Your organization needs to have a tax identification number to be considered for a grant. Only organizations that have federal non-profit agency tax status can receive financial support from our Foundation.
Areas of Interest
As of the 2017 funding period, we have refined our mission to enable us to grant requests that are most closely aligned with the core values of the foundation: Conservation of Land and Wildlife, Human Services, and Animal Welfare. Please note, we are no longer accepting applications for Education, Healthcare, or the Arts.
Types of Funding
Recognizing that the organizational infrastructure is a necessity, the Foundation welcomes requests for general operating support and efforts designed to increase organizational capacity. We also encourage requests for specific program initiatives or improvements. The foundation does not accept requests for capital campaigns or expenditures relating to construction and other infrastructure improvements.
The Foundation distributes regional grants in Massachusetts’ Greater Merrimack Valley and Southern New Hampshire and on a national basis. While our primary interests are with regard to our regional and national focus, we will extend support to international initiatives as it specifically relates to disaster relief for people and animals and species preservation on the African continent.
Grants range in size from $5,000 to $25,000.
The deadlines for submittal are March 31st and September 30th. The foundation will notify applicants by May 31st for those proposals received after September 30th and before March 31st, and by November 30th for proposals received after March 31st and before September 30th. The Foundation will review only one proposal per year per organization. The Foundation requires that an organization that receives funding for two successive years take a one-year hiatus before reapplying.