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Huston Foundation Committed to serving Protestant Evangelical Christian needs worldwide and Secular purposes nationally, through their grantmaking, as an investment in humanitarian needs
The Huston Foundation, a regional, national and international philanthropy is committed to serving Protestant Evangelical Christian needs worldwide and secular purposes regionally, through its grant making, as an investment in humanitarian needs.
The charitable interests of both founders are reflected in the Foundation’s overall mission and more specifically in the Protestant Evangelical Christian and Secular mission statements. It is important to note that while the Foundation operates as one non-profit corporate entity; distributions are divided between Protestant Evangelical Christian and Secular organizations. According to the directive established by the founders, a majority of the grants must be given to Protestant Evangelical Christian organizations. This has been the practice of the foundation since its inception in 1957.
By providing funds, technical assistance, collaboration, and networking on behalf of not-for-profit organizations, the Directors of the Foundation seek to encourage individual and Christ-centered development, which promotes personal evangelism and discipleship. In addition, the directors seek to encourage problem solving and innovative, practical approaches to meeting the changing needs of our regional, national, and international communities.
FUNDING TYPES AND CRITERIA
INTERESTED IN THESE SECTORS
Arts, Culture, Handicrafts; Education
social vs. financial return preference
- 1: Social Return First
providing funding for these regions
- US, Canada
- Grants / Donations