Grants



Family Grants

Organizations who have been invited by a member of the Seabury Family are eligible to apply for up to $25,000 in general operating or project/program support.*

*Organizations with annual operating expenses in excess of $2.5 million may only apply for project/program support.

We accept proposals on a rolling basis with two grant cycles per year, one in the spring and one in the fall.

Fall 2022

  • July 29 – Proposal due date
  • Nov. 15 – Award decisions

Spring 2023

  • Feb. 3 – Proposal due date
  • May 15 – Award decisions

Community Grants

Summer 2022

  • April 29 – LOI due date
  • May 6 – Full proposal invitations sent
  • June 3 – Proposal due date
  • Aug. 15– Award decisions

Summer 2023

  • Feb. 17 – LOI due date
  • March 10 – Full proposal invitations sent
  • May 5 – Proposal due date
  • Aug. 15 – Award decisions
Organization Annual Expenses
(most recently completed fiscal year)
Award Amount*
Up to $100,00010% of annual operating expenses
$100,000 to $1,000,000$10,000
$1M to $1,500,000$15,000
$1.5M to $2,000,000$20,000
$2M to $2,500,000$25,000
over $2,500,000No award**

*These amounts are minimums. The Foundation reserves the right to exceed them on a case-by-case basis.

**On very rare occasions, the Foundation will consider supporting projects or programs from organizations with annual expenses exceeding $2.5M. Please contact us before applying.

Focus Areas

Education: The Seabury Foundation considers the learning process to be the root of all healthy action—for individuals, families, neighborhoods, cities, and society as a whole. Accordingly, we partner with organizations that embrace the cultivation of understanding and the development of capability as critical aspects of their work. With education as the through line, we provide funding (and additional resources) to organizations operating in the following areas.

  • Academic Support – literacy, social & emotional learning, mentorship
  • Arts Enrichment – access to the creative process, including theatre, dance, music, film, and a variety of other arts, crafts, and cultural practices
  • Career Development – adult education, job training, apprenticeship
  • Community Connection – holistic community support—providing gathering space(s), responding to local needs and opportunities, and fostering connectedness between neighbors
  • Environmental Sustainability – protection of environmental health, sustainability practices, urban gardening
  • Wellness – food access, housing access, healthcare, mental health support, sports & movement