OVERVIEW: The Louis L. Borick Foundation supports early childhood education organizations that support the caretakers and educators of young children. Borick also seeks out projects and initiatives that increase access to quality early childhood education.
IP TAKE: The majority of Borick’s early childhood education grants range from $15,000 to $50,000.
PROFILE: In 1997, entrepreneur Louis Borick founded the Louis L. Borick Foundation to “create opportunity for people to reach their full potential, positively contribute to society and participate in a culturally rich community by supporting education, youth, leadership development, and the arts.” The foundation also supports furthering animal welfare through conservation and protection efforts.
The foundation’s early childhood education (ECE) program seeks organizations that “strengthen families, support parents as their child’s first teacher, and increase access to high quality early learning.” Para Los Niños and the Center for Education of the Infant Deaf are past Borick grantees. To learn more about the types of organizations the foundation supports and at what level, explore its searchable past grants page.
Borick’s grants average between $10,000 and $50,000. The foundation funds organizations across the United States, but prioritizes organizations located in Northern California, Southern California, and Texas. Borick does not currently accept unsolicited grant applications or requests for funding.
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