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Bodenwein Public Benevolent Foundation

Proposal due November 15
Program type Arts, Culture, & Humanities; Education; Health; Human Services
Area served CT
Restrictions New London County
Grant history

Mission

The Bodenwein Public Benevolent Foundation was established in 1938 under the will of Theodore Bodenwein, owner and publisher of The Day newspaper, to support and promote quality educational, cultural, human services, and health care programming for underserved populations. The Foundation specifically serves the people of Greater New London County, where The Day has a substantial circulation.

Guidelines

The application deadline for the Bodenwein Public Benevolent Foundation is November 15. Applicants will be notified of grant decisions by letter within 3 to 4 months after the proposal deadline.

Applicant organizations must serve the people of East Lyme, Groton, Ledyard, Lyme, Montville, Mystic, New London, North Stonington, Old Lyme, Salem, Stonington, or Waterford, Connecticut. Payments may be made to any organization under the laws of the state of Connecticut.

The majority of grants from the Bodenwein Public Benevolent Foundation are 1 year in duration. On occasion, multi-year support is awarded.

You will find submission information in the Application and Procedures module on the right-hand side of this page.

Bank contact

To discuss the application process or for questions about this foundation, contact us:

ct.grantmaking@ustrust.com

Please indicate the foundation name in the email subject line.

Detailed foundation contact information can be found in the Procedures.

Bank contact

To discuss the application process or for questions about this foundation, contact us:

ct.grantmaking@ustrust.com

Please indicate the foundation name in the email subject line.

Detailed foundation contact information can be found in the Procedures.