Grant Application Guidelines
Committing through investment in nonprofits
Throughout our Company’s history, we have considered the interests of P&G to be inseparable from the needs of the communities in which we operate. We demonstrate this commitment through investments in nonprofits (charitable organizations, NGOs and IGOs) in our P&G communities around the world.
To that end, P&G focuses its social responsibility efforts where we can uniquely add value so we can generate the most positive impact. Specifically, we will provide everyday essentials that help create the experience of home for families who can’t afford them or who have been displaced, and we support hygiene education and everyday healthy behaviors that help prevent illness and improve confidence for people in need around the world. This focus enables us to take advantage of our strengths and help work toward the United Nations Millennium Development Goals focused on housing and sanitation as well as child and maternal health.
Each grant request is carefully evaluated to determine alignment with
- Providing the comforts of home … the everyday essentials that help create the experience of home for families who can’t afford them or who have been displaced.
- Supporting hygiene education and everyday healthy behaviors that help prevent illness and improve confidence
Do you qualify?
To find out whether your program qualifies for consideration for a P&G grant, please complete a brief survey.
Grant Application Cycles are July 1 through September 30 and December 1 through February 28. We only accept grant requests during those times. Dates are subject to change.
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There may be other needs and concerns in P&G communities where we operate around the world; however, our primary focus is providing the comforts of home and hygiene education and everyday healthy behaviors that prevent illness and improve confidence. Because our resources are limited, P&G cannot fund every worthy endeavor, and our grant competition is extremely competitive.*
* The P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation cannot make grants to (a) individuals, (b) endowments or programs promoting a particular religion, (c) political, legislative or fraternal organizations, (d) athletic, social or veterans organizations or (e) any organizations that do not have tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended. Certain supporting organizations established under Section 509(a)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, as amended, may also not be eligible to receive grants from the P&G Fund of The Greater Cincinnati Foundation.
P&G will comply with the laws and regulations governing corporate contributions in the country in which the contribution originates (these laws may vary from country to country).