Nordson Corporation Grant

From Nordson Corporation Foundation

The Nordson Corporation Foundation has origins that date to 1952 when the U.S. Automatic Corporation, under the leadership of Walter G. Nord, established The U.S. Automatic Foundation.

Grant uses

Overview

Through its grant-making, the Foundation supports organizations that directly or indirectly seek to maximize success before, during and beyond the traditional classroom years. Grants will be reviewed and considered on the basis of their enrichment to the communities where our employees live and work. Organizations and programs receiving grants will be expected to identify relevant, measurable outcomes to demonstrate the effectiveness of their programs.

Education:

  • Early Childhood Care and Education
  • Maximizing Student Success
  • Access to quality educational opportunities
  • Innovative programs
  • Partnerships/collaborations with school districts
  • Funding gaps not covered by public monies
  • Augmenting core curriculum
  • Exposure to programs that expand on traditional education
  • Workforce Preparation
  • Initial preparation for the world of work
  • Retraining for the new job market
  • Strengthening our communities

Human Welfare:

  • Promote prevention and lifestyle maintenance programs and activities
  • Promote crisis intervention
  • Promote life transition opportunities
  • Promote systemic change

Arts and Culture:

  • Actively seek to broaden the audience bases in Nordson communities
  • Support the visual and performing arts
  • Provide educational enrichment for students
  • Motivation for at-risk youth
  • Provide access to the arts for special needs audience
  • Promote greater understanding among people via the arts

Civic:

  • Work to improve the physical or economic environment
  • Provide cultural or historical preservation
  • Strive to inform citizens and increase their participation in community improvement

Eligibility

Organization's Location
USA
Program Location
CA, CO, CT, GA, IL, MN, NH, OH, PA, RI, WI
Organization Type
501(c)(3)

Ineligibility

Direct grants or scholarships to individuals
Organizations not eligible for tax-deductible support
Organizations not exempt under Section 501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code
Political causes, candidates, organizations or campaigns
Health/Medical
Loans
Endowments
Membership Drives
Travel
not specified

Submission

You may receive awards every year.
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