Our Grant Process

How To Apply / Our Grant Process

Charity

Deadline for submission: March 15th and September 15th

The Marr-Anderson Family Foundation provides philanthropic support to public charitable organizations for the purpose of encouraging education, health and entrepreneurial ventures. The Marr-Anderson Family Foundation provides grants only to public charitable organizations that fall within Section 501(a)(1) or 501(a)(9) and that further these purposes.

INDIVIDUAL GRANTS: SCHOLARSHIPS FOR EDUCATION:

The Marr-Anderson Family Foundation offers scholarships for college and graduate education. We partner with universities & organizations in order to provide these scholarship. A few of which are listed below:

College Education:

  • University of Southern Maine- areas of study include Education and Business
  • University of Maine, Orono- areas of study include Engineering and Business
  • University of Colorado- Endowed Global Grant Fund

Graduate Education:

  • Maine Medical Center, Maine Track Program- Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Foundation also offers college scholarships to individuals that apply through our application process. The purpose of the College Education Scholarship is to provide financial assistance to college students who have academic promise and good moral character, but also have demonstrated a financial need. Deadline for Submission is February 28th, to be awarded in June

INDIVIDUAL GRANTS: PROGRAM FOR MEDICAL NEEDS

Deadline for submission: March 15th and September 15th

The recipients are limited to United States citizens and legal residents of the United States. The program awards grants to individuals with life threatening diseases or life changing disabilities to help meet their medical needs.

Catastrophic

INDIVIDUAL GRANTS: PROGRAM FOR CATASTROPHIC/TRAGIC EVENTS

Deadline: March 15th and September 15th, we will review these applications more frequently as they will be need based and time sensitive.

The recipients are limited to residents of the State of Maine who are either United States citizens or legal residents of the United States. This program provides grants to individuals immediately after the occurrence of a catastrophic event, such as the death of household provider or the destruction of a home by fire or natural disaster.

The Marr-Anderson Family Foundation’s mission is to promote education, health and offer compassionate support during times of crisis.