Mebane Foundation Grants

The Foundation asks that you first complete a phone interview with its president. At that time it will be able to let you know whether your proposal generally meets the Foundation’s objectives and interests.

Organizations that have qualified for exemption under Section 501© (3) of the IRS Code and are not privation foundations as defined by Section 509 (a) of the Code.

After an initial phone interview, prospective grantee proposals are accepted throughout the year. For consideration by its Board of Directors at its fall meeting in September, completed applications must be submitted by July 1; for consideration at its spring meeting in March, completed applications must be submitted by January 1.

Organizations are encouraged to ask for amounts consistent with program/project needs. The Foundation is especially interested in proposals that include a challenge match. It will also review multi-year funding requests to provide seed money for new programs and initiatives as well as expansion of existing programs and projects.

Opportunity offered by:

Mebane Foundation

All of the Mebane Foundation’s efforts are based on founder Allen Mebane’s conviction: That to achieve our nation’s greatest potential, we must ensure that its young people receive top-tier educationsThat…
Opportunity type


Location(s) where available

North Carolina

Areas of focus

General Funding
Underrepresented Community(ies)

Application deadline:
January 1, 2024
This is a recurring opportunity