Our Johnson Controls Foundation operates in the U.S., with an intensive focus on our North American headquarters city of Milwaukee and is aligned with the company’s overall philanthropic focus of building safe, smart and sustainable communities. Each year, the Johnson Controls Foundation makes grants totaling more than $5 million to nearly a hundred organizations. The Foundation is a separate entity than Johnson Controls and has its own board of directors.
Might my organization be eligible for a Johnson Controls Foundation Grant?
The Foundation accepts grant requests from organizations whose mission aligns with Johnson Controls’ giving priorities. Nonprofit organizations which do not have a history of Johnson Controls support are encouraged to take a self-assessment to determine likelihood of being considered for a grant. The Johnson Controls Foundation committee relies on the nonprofit’s employee board member as part of our process of due diligence. Nonprofits without an employee on the board are seldom considered for Foundation grants.
Johnson Controls Foundation Grant Self-Assessment: Johnson Controls recommends a "yes" answer to these questions in order for an organization to apply for a Foundation grant for a 501c3 organization:
Should my nonprofit organization apply for a grant from the Johnson Controls Foundation?
Factors that are necessary to be considered for a Johnson Controls Foundation grant:
If your organization meets the basic criterion for a Johnson Controls Foundation grant, listed above, you are invited to apply for a Johnson Controls Foundation grant. Please know the grant review process is a rigorous one and response to your request will be within 90 days of your application.
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