Eden Hall Foundation
scope of grants  |  grant procedures  |  limitations
Grant Application Information

Grant Application Information

Scope of Grants

Eden Hall Foundation seeks to improve the quality of life in Pittsburgh and western Pennsylvania through support of organizations whose missions address the needs and concerns of the area.

Proposals and projects of primary interest to the Foundation are:

Educational programs dedicated to the advancement and dissemination of useful knowledge. Support of schools is generally confined to four-year privately funded and controlled colleges, universities and other educational institutions;
Social welfare, women’s issues, and the improvement of conditions of the poor and disadvantaged; and
The advancement of better health through support of organizations dedicated to health issues.

Eden Hall Foundation will entertain grant proposals for capital projects, scholarship funds, research projects, programming and, in limited cases, endowments directed toward these objectives.

Grant Procedures

To apply, please submit a one page LOI via email or mail to Sylvia Fields, Executive Director, with the following information

Name and purpose of the program
Statement of Need
Overview of Project Activities
Outcomes
Amount requested
Contact information (an email address and phone number) for a contact person

Your submission will be acknowledged promptly, and you will be advised whether your request meets Eden Hall Foundation’s requirements. If approved, your designated contact will receive an email prompt to complete the full application via an online form.

Limitations

Grants cannot be made to individuals or private foundations. Not eligible for funding are sectarian or denominational religious organizations, except those providing direct educational or health care services to the public, tax-supported organizations, political parties and fraternal organizations. Requests to cover operating expenses, endowments or accumulated deficits are discouraged.