The Skylark Foundation is focusing its grant making on an art education and philanthropy project from 2013 – 2016. We will not be accepting applications for other funding until 2016.
At that time, we will resume funding in our three primary geographic regions and with a refreshed philanthropic vision around our core areas of emphasis.
Los Angeles, California
Services for the elderly, services for homeless LGBT teenagers and artist in residence programs.
Funding based on ongoing dialogue and dynamic response to the evolving challenges facing communities and ecologies in need.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Services for people in crisis-–with a strong emphasis on education.
As the time approaches when new applications for funding are being accepted, the website will be updated with clarified focus areas and instructions on how to apply.
Traditionally, to be eligible for funding, an applicant must be tax-exempt for federal law purposes, and operated and organized so that it does not discriminate in the hiring of staff or the provision of services on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin or disability.
The Skylark Foundation does not make grants for:
Operating Fund Drives
Capital Building Campaigns