PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM GRANTS 2018

Embraer Foundation’s call for applications is now open!

Before applying, please check out the full grant guidelines document here.

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ABOUT THE PROGRAM

Launched in 2017, Embraer Foundation’s Social and Environmental Partnership Program, or Partnership Program Grants, funds projects with an innovative approach of up to USD $5,000. They need to be conducted by Section 501(c)(3) public charities that satisfy the eligibility criteria specified below and that further the charitable mission of the Embraer Foundation. 

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GEOGRAPHICAL SCOPE

– Fort Lauderdale, FL

– Irwindale, CA

– Jacksonville, FL

– Melbourne, FL

– Memphis, TN

– Mesa, AZ

– Nashville, TN

– Titusville, FL

– Windsor Locks, CT

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THEMATIC SCOPE – UNITED NATIONS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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WHO CAN APPLY

Non-governmental Section 501(c)(3) public charities that have been active for at least one year and that satisfies the following criteria:

– The organization has received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service determining the organization to be a public charity described by Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “IRC”), and such status has not been revoked; and
– The organization is classified as a public charity under either Section 509(a)(1) or (2) of the IRC (i.e., the organization is not a “supporting organization” described by Section 509(a)(3) of the IRC).  

Embraer Foundation will not approve a grant: 
• For an organization outside the United States;
• For a Section 501(c)(3) organization classified as a public charity under Section 509(a)(3) of the IRC (i.e., a “supporting organization”);
• For a private foundation, even if classified as a Section 501(c)(3) organization;
• For a for-profit business;
• For an individual or family, as opposed to a qualified, charitable organization;
• For a program that focuses solely on a particular ethnicity, religious group, or sexual orientation;
• For a project limited to one gender only (while the project may focus on a gender, it may limit participation solely to that gender);
• For political lobbying activities, attempts to influence legislation or political purposes, including support of a political candidate, a political party or a political action committee;
• For religious activities;
• For a project intended to take place or provide services in a different state or abroad, even though the location of the applicant is in one or more of the targeted geographic areas;• For project costs incurred by the applicant prior to the approval of the grant;
• For any purpose that is not entirely charitable;
• To fund general operating expenses of the applicant, including expenses for salaries;
• For capital campaigns, fundraising dinners or other fundraising events; or
• For endowment funds.

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CHECK OUT THE FULL GRANT GUIDELINES DOCUMENT HERE.