Local & Regional Grantmakers

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Lititz AMBUCS

AMBUCS is dedicated to creating mobility and independence for people with disabilities.

Phone: 717-626-1875

Priorities: Scholarships for physical, occupational, speech and hearing therapists; Trikes for children with disabilities

Typical Gift Range: Scholarships = $500-$1,500 annually and one two-year award= $6,000

Manheim Central Foundation for Educational Enrichment

The Manheim Central Foundation for Educational Enrichment seeks to enhance and expand educational experiences and opportunities for the students in the public schools of the Manheim Central School District. Contact: Amy Howett, Executive Director (717) 951-0710 ahowett@mcfee4kids.org cburke@mcfee4kids.org

Phone: Phone - 717-951-0710

Priorities: Grants for teachers to provide innovative academic, artistic and vocational programs for students in the Manheim Central School District

Typical Gift Range: $1,000

Funding Deadlines: Early April

Manheim Central School District Student Loan Fund Association

The Manheim Central Student Loan Fund Association is a non-profit community organization which provides low interest loans for Manheim Central High School graduates who would like to pursue further education.

Phone: Phone - 717-665-5618

Priorities: Low interest loans for Manheim Central High School graduates

Typical Gift Range: $2000/year for up to four years

Funding Deadlines: April 30

Manheim Touchdown Club Endowment Fund

The Manheim Touchdown Club seeks to develop, promote and support Manheim scholastic football. Three scholarships are awarded annually to both male and female participants who have participated in a variety of varsity sports.

Phone: N/A

Priorities: Scholarships for post-secondary education for Manheim Central Scholar athletes

Typical Gift Range: $1,000

Manheim Township Education Foundation

The mission of MTEF is to strengthen, enhance and enrich the educational experiences of the students and faculty of Manheim Township School District. The Foundation promotes innovative academic, artistic or vocational initiatives outside of the normal scope of the school district budget and encourages community/school interaction Manheim Township Educational Foundation is duly registered as a 501(c)(3)non-profit organization.The official registration statement and financial information of MTEF may be obtained from the PA Department of State by calling toll-free within Pennsylvania: 1-800-732-0999

Phone: Phone- 717-735-1751

Priorities: Grants for teachers to provide innovative academic, artistic and vocational programs for students in the Manheim Township School District

Millersville University Foundation

The Millersville University Foundation is a separate entity from Millersville University and its mission is to manage and invest endowed gifts for the University. It is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt public foundation incorporated to receive gifts which benefit Millersville University and to administer those funds in perpetuity in a manner prescribed by the donors. Today, the MU Foundation manages over 370 scholarship and program accounts, and holds assets in excess of $20 million. The MU Foundation's activities are managed by an independent Board of Directors that includes leaders from the University, the community and the alumni body at large.

Phone: Phone- 717-871-7520 or 877-872-3820

Priorities: Undergraduate student scholarships

Typical Gift Range: $500-$1,000

Funding Deadlines: February 8

Penn Manor Education Foundation

The Penn Manor Education Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support and enthusiastic encouragement to all efforts that enrich the educational experience of the students of the Penn Manor School District. Grants are provided primarily for Penn Manor Students. Contact: Executive Director: Anne Kinderwater Carroll

Phone: Phone - 717-872-9500 ext.2332

Priorities: Venture grant for teachers working in the Penn Manor School District for teaching creative, innovative programs not normally funded through the school budget; Scholarships for students graduating from Penn Manor High School and pursusing post-secondary ed

Typical Gift Range: $50 - $4,000

Funding Deadlines: Mid-January

Ressler Mill Foundation

The Ressler Mill Foundation focuses on specific preservation, preservation and educational projects in Lancaster County, PA.

Phone: Phone - 717-656-7616 2900 Stumptown Road Ronks, PA 17572

Priorities: Research related to the milling industry; Acquisition, preservation and operation of historic mill sites; Educational Institutions

Typical Gift Range: $200 - $5,000

Funding Deadlines: January 15

Solanco Education Foundation

The Solanco Education Foundation raises funds to directly benefit Solanco students. As of September, 2012, may several attempts to contact Keith Kaufman keith_kaufman@solanco.k12.pa.us

Phone: Phone - 717-786-5617

Priorities: Scholarships for Solanco School District students; Venture grants for Solanco School District teachers

Typical Gift Range: $435 - $1,000

Funding Deadlines: March

Susquehanna Litho Foundation

The Susquehanna Litho Foundation was formed with the sole purpose to establish and maintain a scholarship fund and to award scholarships to students wishing to further their education in the field of graphic arts

Phone: Phone - 717-653-4565

Priorities: Graphic arts education

Funding Deadlines: Submit letter of inquiry

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