OVERVIEW: AT&T does not have a grantmaking program dedicated to disease, but it supports many disease-related organizations all over the United States.
IP TAKE: This is a surprisingly approachable funder that accepts unsolicited grant applications. But this isn’t the foundation to hit up for large sums of money.
PROFILE: The AT&T Foundation supports “programs that address quality-of-life issues, with an emphasis on improving education and advancing community development,” and focuses mainly on underserved and marginalized populations in regions of the United States where AT&T provides services.
AT&T does not have a specific disease grantmaking program, but it awards plenty of grants to support disease-related organizations. Recent tax filings show that it prioritizes cancer, with grants to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, the American Heart Association, and local chapters of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Although AT&T is a giant multinational, the foundation's grants tend to be modest, generally ranging from $1,000 to $10,000.
The AT&T Foundation accepts unsolicited grant applications and requests for funding. Applicants should provide a brief history of their organization, current objectives, problems being addressed, a timetable for implementation, and continuation plans after AT&T funding concludes.
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