$50,000 grant awarded to Michael J. Fox Foundation
$1.3 MILLION MOBILIZED FOR COVID-19 IN EAST TENNESSEE AS PART OF $2 BILLION GRANTED BY COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS IN THE U.S.
An unprecedented dollar amount has been awarded during the past 4 months
Together, and ONLY together, we can and we will create the thriving communities we all want to have.
East Tennessee Foundation Reaches One Million Dollar Threshold to Combat Critical Needs Created by COVID-19
Over $865,000 has been mobilized for COVID-19 related causes
East Tennessee Foundation Receives $500,000 Commitment from The Humana Foundation to Support Nonprofits in Need Amidst COVID-19 Health Crisis
The Humana Foundation’s gift is part of its historic April 30 announcement to commit $50 million to coronavirus relief and recovery efforts
$100,000 will help meet critical needs in East Tennessee
East Tennessee Foundation Mobilizes Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars to Combat Critical Needs Created by COVID-19
East Tennessee Foundation’s Neighbor to Neighbor Disaster Relief Fund Receives a $200,000 Grant from Truist for COVID-19 Relief Efforts
The grant is part of the financial services company’s Truist Cares initiative, a $25 million philanthropic pledge announced in March to support basic needs, medical supplies and financial hardship relief due to COVID-19
East Tennessee Foundation Joins Forces with Community Foundations & Major Retailers Statewide for #COVIDfeedTN
TENNESSEE COVID-19 EMERGENCY HUNGER RELIEF FUND
Applications will be taken April 1 - May 15, 2020
East Tennessee Foundation Scholarship Opportunity for University of Tennessee College of Law Students
Taking Applications April 1 - June 1, 2020
East Tennessee Foundation Launches #COVIDgiveWhereYouLive on Heels of $35,000 COVID-19 Aid to Local Non-Profit
ETF Matching Dollars Also Available on gifts to Neighbor to Neighbor Disaster Relief Fund
EFFECTIVE MARCH 23, 2020
EAST TENNESSEE FOUNDATION AWARDING COVID-19 RELATED GRANTS FROM OUR NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR DISASTER RELIEF FUND
ETF'S first grant has been awarded to Senior Citizen’s Home Assistance Service, Inc.
East Tennessee Foundation Provides Scholarship for Anderson County Students Enrolled in Roane State Community College Middle College Program
The application deadline is May 15, 2020
Butterfly Fund, a fund of East Tennessee Foundation, Announces Grant Opportunity for Organizations Battling Pediatric Cancer
Butterfly Fund is accepting proposals until March 2, 2020
A new scholarship, the Knoxville Football Officials Association Scholarship, has been established to benefit students who are members of and/or are directly involved with their high school football program.
East Tennessee Foundation Announces New Scholarship Opportunity for Chuckey-Doak High School Students
A new scholarship, the Thomas Duane Evans Memorial Animal Science Scholarship, has been established to benefit graduating high school seniors from Chuckey-Doak High School who intend to pursue a career related to Animal Science.
Twenty-one grants totaling $117,930 were awarded to nonprofit organizations in seven East Tennessee counties
East Tennessee Foundation Announces $272,225 in Grant Awards to Combat the Ongoing Impacts of Adverse Child Experiences (ACEs)
Twenty-three programs across the state receive two-year grants
East Tennessee Foundation Announces New Scholarship Opportunity for Students with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities
Haley Elise Van Pelt Scholarship
Laura J. Kress Angel Tree Fund Announces Recipients of its First Grants
Formerly the Hamblen County Foundation for Educational Excellence and Achievement(HC*EXCELL)
East Tennessee Foundation and Consolidated Nuclear Security (CNS Y-12) Announce 2018 Grant Recipients
EAST TENNESSEE – East Tennessee Foundation (ETF) announces grant recipients from the CNS Y-12 Community Investment Fund, a corporate donor advised fund of ETF. Twenty-two (22) grants totaling $125,000 were awarded to nonprofit organizations in eight East Tennessee counties. The grant recipients will be honored at a reception on Thursday, November 15 at the New Hope Center in Oak Ridge.