OVERVIEW: The Snow, Christensen & Martineau Foundation supports human services, arts and culture, health, and education in Utah.
FUNDING AREAS: Human services, arts and culture, health, education
IP TAKE: This law firm funder is not overly accessible to local nonprofits but still a good one to know for local theater and music groups.
PROFILE: The Snow, Christensen & Martineau Foundation (SCMF) is the grantmaking arm of the Snow, Christensen & Martineau law firm in Salt Lake City, Utah. Founded in 1886, this law firm has over 50 lawyers and serves many prominent businesses and public entities through trials, litigation, insurance law, and business transactions. SCMF funds local human services, arts and culture, health, and education efforts.
The Snow, Christensen & Martineau Foundation does not provide extensive information about its grantmaking protocols and guidelines on its website. However, the law firm takes an active roll in communities that it serves and gets involved with community organizations and civic projects. It commonly supports programs for local arts groups, health organizations, and volunteer efforts.
Grants range between about $500 and $7,500. Learn more about this funder’s local giving by examining its recent tax records. Grantmaking focuses Utah communities, including Salt Lake City, Provo, and Murray. Past local grantees include the Utah Symphony, Wasatch Community Gardens, Friends of Utah Avalanche, and Ronald McDonald House.
This foundation does not accept unsolicited grant applications from nonprofits and only considers requests from pre-selected charitable organizations. Direct general questions to the staff at 801-521-9000.
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