Charles A. Frueauff Foundation Grants award funding to
nonprofit organizations who work in the areas of
education, human services, and health.
Education: Examples of funding
priorities include: endowed scholarships, technology and
software upgrades, infrastructure assistance, service
learning, persons leaving welfare, students preparing for
employment in non-profit agencies, and activities for
Human Services: Examples of funding
priorities include: welfare-to-work programs, working
with at-risk youth, daycare programs, hunger issues, and
economic development initiatives.
Health: Specific institutions and
specific programs (hospitals and health agencies), rather
than national organizations, are usually given priority.
Examples of funding priorities include: equipment,
outreach programs, staff positions, screening and
education materials, programs for at-risk children and
their parents, support for the critically ill, AIDS/HIV
education programs, and nursing scholarships.