Corning Incorporated Foundation makes hundreds of direct cash grants each year. Three categories – education, human services, and culture – are the focus of these grants.
The majority of grants go to community-based programs where Corning has a strong presence. Typically, this means the program should impact people within an approximate 20-mile radius of a Corning business location with at least 50 employees. The Foundation also makes direct grants on a case by case basis to national or international organizations in times of widespread natural disaster or other emergencies.
Organizations interested in applying for a Corning Incorporated Foundation grant must validate that their program aligns with the Foundation’s vision in its three direct-grant theme areas: education, human services, and culture (as illustrated in the framework on the Themes page). All applicants must comply with Corning Incorporated Foundation’s non-discrimination policy.
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Create your account — or log on to your existing account — using the blue “Apply for a Grant” button.
(If you have a previous application with reporting requirements that are past due, you’ll need to fulfill those requirements before your new application can be considered.)