The Fred J. Brotherton Charitable Foundation was established to help fulfill the missions of “charitable organizations” falling within its grantmaking guidelines. The Foundation’s main areas of interest are education, religion, historic preservation, and medical programs and/or scientific research. The primary geographic areas of funding are the northeastern United States. The Foundation’s total assets as of June 30, 2018 were $12,985,452.
The Foundation’s major fields of interest are:
Education: Educational programs and/or institutions — primarily schools and colleges. (With emphasis on, but not limited to, educational programs providing assistance to the needy or disabled.)
Religion: Religion-based programs and/or institutions. (With an emphasis on, but not limited to, providing assistance to the needy or disabled… or to benefit a local church in a capital program.)
Historic Preservation: Historic Preservation programs and/or institutions (including “societies“).
Medical Programs and/or Scientific Research: Medical and/or Scientific programs and/or their affiliated institutions.
For guidelines and information on how to apply, click on Link below.
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For Grantwriting/Program Development Assistance:
Phone: (585) 352-2773