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Organizations that offer assistance in the area of art and culture.
    American Express Company

  • Cultural Heritage - Funding that protects important natural and man-made cultural or historic sites around the world, and that also supports art and culture unique to countries and regions.

    AT&T Foundation

  • The foundation supports artistic work that fosters communication, builds diverse audiences, and inspires innovation and learning in communities; we also target initiatives that help women and artists of diverse cultures bring their work to wider audiences.

    Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation

  • The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation is committed to supporting programs and organizations that create opportunity, enhance self-esteem and increase awareness about cultural and community issues among young men and women. The Foundation's geographic focus includes:
  • The State of Georgia
  • Coastal South Carolina
  • New York, New York
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • Los Angeles, California
  • Phoenix, Arizona

    Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation

  • The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation was established in 1978 to promote and encourage the recognition and appreciation of excellence in the arts; to enhance cultural life internationally through the support of art exhibitions, scholarship, and the endowment of galleries at major musuems; and to support biomedical research.

    The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation

  • The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation promotes the advancement and perpetuation of humanistic inquiry and artistic creativity by encouraging excellence in scholarship and in the performing arts, and by supporting research libraries and other institutions which transmit our cultural heritage.

    The J.C. Downing Foundation

  • The J.C. Downing Foundation supports innovative projects to empower human capabilities and enrich our environment. Using a venture capital approach, the Foundation often funds the early stages of a project's development and adds value to a project through active participation. The Foundation awards grants to qualified nonprofit organizations with specific, identifiable need in these areas of support:

  • Education and Human Development
  • Environmental Research and Preservation
  • Fine Arts
  • Sports and Athletics
  • Technology and Communications

    J. Paul Getty Trust

  • The Getty provides grants to institutions and individuals throughout the world for projects that promote the understanding of art and its history and the conservation of cultural heritage.

    Heathcote Art Foundation, Inc.

  • The Heathcote Art Foundation is a private foundation established in New York in 1964 by Josephine Mercy Heathcote Haskell. Originally an exhibiting foundation for its benefactress' personal collection of English 18th century art and furnishings, the Foundation's purpose since converting to a grant-giving foundation in 1986 has been to support arts organizations which directly assist emerging artists of promise, and those which promote the creation of new and innovative work.

    The Heinz Endowments

  • The Heinz Endowments are really two entities: the Howard Heinz Endowment, established in 1941, and the Vira I. Heinz Endowment, established in 1986. In addition to employing a joint management and program team, the foundations share a commitment to supporting programs in arts and culture, education, economic opportunity, children, youth and families, and the environment.

    J. P. Morgan

  • The Foundation makes charitable contributions to a wide range of organizations in the arts, education, the environment, health and human services, international affairs, and urban affairs.

    Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts

  • The Foundation's objective is to foster innovative artistic expression and the creative process by encouraging and supporting cultural organizations that in turn, directly or indirectly, support artists and their work. The Foundation values the contribution these organizations make to artists and audiences and to society as a whole by supporting, exhibiting and interpreting a broad spectrum of contemporary artistic practice. The Foundation is focused primarily on supporting work of a challenging and often experimental nature, while noting that the interpretation of those terms may vary from place to place and culture to culture. In this regard the Foundation encourages curatorial research leading to new scholarship in the field of contemporary art.

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