A public foundation that supports grassroots organizations in which low-income people are rebuilding their communities and changing the conditions that perpetuate poverty.
pursues a strategy of "service, advocacy, and empowerment" for meeting basic human needs and promoting democratic participation for people around the globe.
Supports a variety of programs with a primary focus on abused women and children's centers, children's agencies, literacy, and scholarships.
The foundation's goals are to strengthen democratic values, reduce poverty and injustice, promote international cooperation and advance human achievement . The foundation works mainly by making grants or loans that build knowledge and strengthen organizations and networks.
Areas funded include education and international development. Includes complete guidelines for both grants and the Carnegie Corporation Scholars program.
Focuses on improving current and future communities' quality of life in the United States, Latin America, Caribbean, and southern Africa.
Makes grants to institutions in higher education, in cultural affairs and the performing arts, in population, in conservation and the environment, and in public affairs.
Focuses on American art, Asia, environment, theology, higher education, and women in science. Includes guidelines and recent awards.
With guide to its programs, how to apply, research, reports, recent announcements, and other materials.
The Foundation only supports individuals. It does not make grants to institutions or organizations.