Spotlight on Giving

The Charles A. Frueauff Foundation (CAFF) strives to improve the quality of life of citizens in need through the provision of grants to a variety of nonprofit organizations. The organization typically funds hospitals, health care, human services, and education.

The education of future generations has always been one of the main priorities of the Charles A. Frueauff Foundation. The foundation made its first grant to an educational institution in 1951 when it made a financial gift to Columbia University. Since then, the CAFF has been contributing funds to a variety of private colleges and universities located throughout the country.

Those interested in apply for funding through the foundation can access their website and click on the “HOW/WHEN TO APPLY” tab. Although there are grant opportunities for businesses, the CAFF does not normally provide scholarships or other sourcing of financial for individual students. A short online survey is required of all initial applicants to determine potential eligibility.

Funding is most likely to be offered to nonprofit organizations that serve underfunded areas of the country. The CAFF receives an abundance of grant applications, however, and regrets that it can’t fulfill all requests. Grant applications are reviewed twice per year, and funding is dispersed every December.

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