The Provident Bank Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of life in New Jersey and Pennsylvania communities in Provident Bank's marketplace. Since its founding in 2003, the Provident Bank Foundation has granted more than $19 million to not-for-profit organizations and institutions working toward stronger communities.

The Provident Bank Foundation makes grants in three priority areas: community enrichment, education, and health, youth & families.

  • Our giving to community enrichment focuses on programs that drive economic development, contribute to a more well-rounded community experience, and provide increased access to information and specialized learning opportunities.
  • Our efforts in education support innovative programming that expands access to, and improves the quality of, well-rounded educational experiences for people of all ages.
  • Our contributions to health, youth, and families aim to ensure people of all ages and means have the ability to improve the quality of their lives, including having a safe place to live and access to quality healthcare.


Click HERE for the full details about this RFP.




This is a two-step process. All applicants must complete and submit the online Letter of Intent (LOI). Only submit one entry per organization.


Step 1: Complete the Online LOI form


  • Your application will not be reviewed unless an LOI has been submitted
  • Any questions regarding navigating the online system, review the Step- by-Step Guide
The Community Foundation of Broward County announced grants up to $25,000 for projects that address critical needs and providing opportunities to improve the quality of life for those in need in Broward County.
The Community Foundation of Broward has created the new Ignite! Innovation Grant Program. Through this program, the Foundation will award grants to organizations that "lead boldly, and challenge themselves to present innovative, unique projects that address Broward’s most pressing needs."
The Foundation mentions specifically:
•Represent unique ideas, methods, and approaches to serve the community;
•Use a collaborative approach to maximize impact;
•Address one of the eight focus areas outlined below
through pilot projects that have the potential for
future expansion and /or replication or through project
expansion for greater traction and impact
•Have S.M.A.R.T. outcomes (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, & time - sensitive)
Focus Areas:
Poverty to Prosperity
Cancer Patient Care
Youth Engagement
Going Green:
Health and Wellness
Aging with Dignity:
Justice for Animals:
Apply using PhilNet, the Foundation's website.

The Taproot Foundation makes grants of professional consulting services, called Service Grants, through their Service Grant Program.  Every Service Grant is delivered pro bono by a team of 5-6 business professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to help a nonprofit in their community.

High potential nonprofits in the ChicagoLos AngelesNew York CitySan Francisco, and Washington, D.C. metro areas can apply to get the tools and services needed to strengthen their organizations and serve in their communities.

Application available at