Exam - Background Image

Track Our Funding

We distribute our funds to various worthy causes throughout the United States; We have numerous grantees who are just beginning to implement their programs. Some of the projects supported by recent awards from First Nonprofit Foundation include:

  • creating a culinary training center
  • providing an adaptive golf training course
  • implementing a digital accounts payable system
  • helping homeless men struggling with addiction
  • implementing of a state-of-the-art risk management system
  • overhauling a runaway prevention curriculum

Read more about those projects and other initiatives supported by First Nonprofit’s most recent round of funding:

The Chicago Lighthouse For People Who Are Blind Or Visually Impaired: New Website

First Nonprofit Foundation awarded $50,000 to The Chicago Lighthouse for People Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired to completely rebuild the agency’s website to make it compatible with adaptive technology for people with…

Continue Reading >
The Cheder

Yeshiva & Mesivta Sholom Shachna /The Cheder: Enhanced Resource Room

First Nonprofit Foundation awarded a grant of $100,000 to Cheder & Mesivta Sholom Shachna, a boys’ school in Brooklyn, New York, to enhance the school’s Resource Room for learning-disabled students. The grant will help…

Continue Reading >

Tabor Innovation Academy: Steam Program

First Nonprofit Foundation awarded $55,000 to the Tabor Innovation Academy, a Langhorne, Pennsylvania early learning center, to launch a hands-on program to develop the next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs in Science,…

Continue Reading >

American Committee For Shaare Zedek Medical Center: Rfid Patient Tracking System

First Nonprofit Foundation awarded $100,000 to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem to update its innovative patient monitoring system with radiofrequency identification (RFID) technology. Shaare Zedek has been an industry…

Continue Reading >

Prevent Blindness: Technical Assistance

First Nonprofit Foundation awarded $25,000 to Prevent Blindness in Chicago to fund technical efforts to increase coordination among state health agencies, vision care providers and community organizations. The goals of the…

Continue Reading >

Who We’ve Helped

Over the years, we’ve had the opportunity to fund many worthy projects. Read more about each project through our past success stories.
View Our Success Stories >