Does All Points North Foundation only fund education and energy initiatives?

Yes. At this time, we only fund US-based initiatives in public middle school education, teacher training, and solar energy as a renewable energy source.

What is the typical All Points North Foundation grant size?

Grants range between $60,000 and $100,000.

Eligibility and Grant-Making Process

Who may apply for All Points North Foundation grants?

Any nonprofit that qualifies as a 501(c)(3) may submit a two-page concept paper. We highly recommend applicants contact us first before beginning this process. Some stages of the All Points North Foundation grant-making process are by invitation only, including the letter of inquiry (LOI) and grant application.

Are there any restrictions or programs not open to All Points North Foundation funding?

We do not fund projects outside of public middle school education, teacher training, or solar energy. Potential grantees must also meet our key criteria. We also do not fund any organizations that may have a religious affiliation.

Does All Points North Foundation fund multi-year grants?

We only award multi-year grants to organizations with whom we have worked for at least two years.

How long does it take from the time an organization applies until All Points North Foundation makes the decision to award funding?

The process can take from ten to twelve months.

Learn More About All Points North Foundation

Grant Making

Our Process

Key Criteria

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All Points North Foundation provides grants for U.S.-based projects and initiatives that support our priorities: improving public middle school education and teacher training, and implementing effective solar programs and/or projects.

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