OVERVIEW: This small family funder supports a relatively wide range of global health related organizations that operate in low-income countries around the world.
IP TAKE: While this foundation maintains a low public profile, it appears to prioritize large, international organizations. However, a handful of less established, smaller organizations appear on its annual grant list.
PROFILE: The Luke and Lori Morrow Foundation was established in 2011. It partners with nonprofits that “focus on the physical, emotional, and spiritual health of the poor, oppressed, lost and forgotten.” It seeks to "honor God by faithfully stewarding His blessings in ways that execute His commands to serve the needs of others regionally and throughout the world, and in so doing, illuminating the saving work of His Son, Jesus Christ." However, Morrow supports secular organizations as well. It invests in a variety of global health concerns, rather than limiting its grantmaking to specific areas of focus.
The Luke and Lori Morrow foundation does not maintain its own website, opting for a single page advertised on the Morrow Renewables website. Recent tax filings reveal a tendency to support a wide range of global health organizations. In the past, for example, it has supported Living Water International, Mercy Ships, and World Vision.
Grants from this funder can range from $5,000 to $250,000. Most grants range between $5,000 to $50,000.
Morrow does not accept unsolicited grant applications or requests for funding. It appears to accept unsolicited letters of inquiry. This one-page document allows grantseekers to introduce themselves and briefly describe their work.
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