Harley Davidson Foundation
- Youth Development, Youth Programs
- Food, Agriculture, and Nutrition
- Mental Health, Crisis Intervention
- Employment, Economic Development, Job Related and Business Grants
- Public Safety
- Carson City
Maximum Grant Amount
September 30, 2021
Harley Davidson Foundation makes grants to provide community support where there are corporate facilities, and to target areas of greatest need among underserved populations. In addition, the Foundation will consider support for key community activities that enhance the quality of life for stakeholders.
Funding priorities are as follows:
- STEAM+ Education: Help build a sustainable, skilled workforce by investing in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math, and skilled trade programming.
- Access to Healthcare: Provide students the opportunity to receive high quality physical and mental healthcare services at school in order to be effective learners.
- Mentorship: Guide youth on the path to success by providing them an influential role model.
- Prominent Destinations: Help Milwaukee flourish and make it a great destination to live, work, and play by supporting cultural and diverse programs.
- Emergency Relief: Provide special funding for major disasters.
Healthy and Sustainable Neighborhoods
- Broader Access to Healthy Food: Support initiatives that strive to fight hunger issues through adequate food sources.
- Workforce Development: Provide education and training opportunities that lead to employment.
- Economic Empowerment: Provide individuals with a set of skills and knowledge that allows them to make informed and effective financial decisions, so they can reach their full potential.
- Qualified 501(c)3 or 170(c) organizations.
- Organizations whose programs focus on one or more of The Harley-Davidson Foundation's Funding Categories.
- Organizations serving the areas where Harley-Davidson corporate facilities are located:
Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, Menomonee Falls, or Tomahawk, WI;
Valley View, OH;
Kansas City, MO; and
Yucca or Mohave County, AZ.
While most funding goes to community organizations, The Harley-Davidson Foundation may consider contributions to conferences, capital campaigns or national organizations where the impact of such giving can be maximized through the involvement of employees, customers or other Harley-Davidson stakeholders.
Applications may be submitted at any time and will be reviewed on a quarterly basis at the end of March, June, September and December.
Grant information was last reviewed by our staff on 7/29/2021
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