Organizations serving at-risk children and their families are provided funding for program, operational, capital, and capacity building needs based on the decisions of the Board of Directors. The Foundation funds on an annual cycle and has two grant review periods a year as outlined in the application process section of this web site. Over the 58 years that Conn Memorial Foundation has been in existence, the Foundation has provided over $30,000,000 in grants to local organizations. Each year the Foundation provides approximately 30 to 40 grants totaling nearly $1,000,000.00 annually. A list of many of the agencies, organizations and projects that have received support from the Foundation are listed below. Since its inception in 1954 through 2011, The Conn Memorial Foundation awarded over 2,400 grants and invested over $30,000,000 in the Tampa community. Many of the historical grantees are listed below.
A Brighter Community; Abe Brown Ministries; Academy Prep; All Sports Community Services; Alpha House of Tampa; American Red Cross; America's Second Harvest ; Arts Council of HC; Bay Area Legal Services; Beth-El Farm Workers Ministry; Big Brothers & Big Sisters; Bolesta Center; Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay; Boy Scouts of America/Gulf Ridge; Centre for Women; Child Abuse Council; Children's Home; Community Tampa Bay; Computer Mentors; CornerStone Kids; Cornerstone Ministries; Corporation to Develop Communities; Everyday Blessings; First Baptist Church of College Hill; First Presbyterian Church; Florida Aquarium; Florida Easter Seals; Florida Philanthropic Network; Francis House; Glazer Children's Museum; Hillsborough Kids; Hispanic Services Council; Joshua House; Judeo Christian Clinic; Junior Achievement; Nonprofit Leadership Center Tampa Bay; Mary and Martha House; Mayors Beautification Program; Meals on Wheels; Mercy House Catholic Charities; Metropolitan Ministries; MOSI; Ophelia Project / Boys Initiative; Powerstories Theatre; Redland Christian Migrant Association; Resurrection House; St. Francis Children's Day Care; St. John Presbyterian Learning Center; St. Peter Claver School; Salesian Youth Center; Salvation Army Tampa; Samaritan Counseling Center; Seniors in Service ; SERVE; Spring Tampa Bay; Stage Works; Stepping Stone; Tampa Bay Chamber Orchestra; Tampa Bay History Center ; Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center; Tampa Heights Civic Association; Tampa Heights Jr. Civic Association; University Baptist Church; University Community Ministries; Voices for Children; YMCA-Assets in Action; Young Life of Tampa
Scholarships are provided to organizations, not individuals, to further the mission of building both individual and organizational capacity.
our scholarship partners include:
Boys & Girls Club; Monterey High School (LA);University of Tampa School of Business
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Step 2 - Letter of Intent
Step 3 - Application
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