OVERVIEW: The Ann L. & Carol Green Rhodes Charitable Trust supports the arts, theater, human services, animal welfare, and education in Tarrant County, Texas.
FUNDING AREAS: Arts, theater, human services, animal welfare, education
IP TAKE: This funder prioritizes local theater groups, but it will support a variety of arts groups, provided they serve Tarrant County, Texas.
PROFILE: Established in 2010, the Ann L. & Carol Green Rhodes Charitable Trust is the grantmaking foundation of Ann Rhodes and her mother, Carol Green Rhodes. While the foundation was initially established to carry on their love of theater and community, Ann Rhodes was also known as a passionate animal lover who fed wild animals in her backyard. Managed by Bank of America’s Texas office, the foundation funds arts, theater, human services, animal welfare, and education efforts in Texas.
The Ann L. & Carol Green Rhodes Charitable Trust broadly supports projects only in its areas of giving. It mostly supports the arts through grants to public museums, theaters, and other performing arts groups that support the local art scene. Other grants support towards local human service needs, and animal-related charities. Per Ann Rhodes’ request, the trust prioritizes groups which she supported during her lifetime.
Grants range between about $3,000 and $25,000. Learn more about this funder’s local giving by examining its recent tax records. Grantmaking focuses exclusively on Tarrant County in Texas. Past local grantees include Amphibian Productions, Casa Manna, Circle Theatre, and Baseline2Baseline.
This foundation accepts unsolicited grant applications from nonprofits. The annual application deadline is March 1, and applicants can expect to hear back with a funding decision within about three to four months after this date. Grantseekers must use the Bank of America online system to apply for a grant. Direct general questions to the staff at email@example.com or 800-357-7094.
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