Institutional Members

AFN Institutional Grantmaker support allows AFN to broaden and expand its programming and impact. 


Alameda Social Services

Alfond Scholarship Foundation

Bank of America

Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation 

Central Indiana Community Foundation

Chicago Foundation for Women

Charles Schwab Bank

Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund

Communities Foundation of Texas

Community Foundation of North Texas

Community Foundation of Sarasota County

Dallas Women's Foundation

Entergy Charitable Foundation

Friedman Family Foundation

Ford Foundation

Hope Enterprise Corporation 

Indiana Philanthropy Alliance

Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative

Key Bank

LISC Indianapolis

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation

Northwest Area Foundation


Prudential Foundation

Pullium Charitable Trust

Richmond Memorial Health Foundation

S.H. Cowell Foundation

Saint Luke’s Foundation

Sand Hill Foundation

Southern Bancorp Community Partners

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

The California Wellness Foundation

The Clowes Fund, Inc.

The Meadows Foundation

The Miles Foundation

The Ross Foundation

The Women's Fund of Greater Birmingham

United Way of Central Indiana

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

United Way of North West Arkansas

United Way of Tarrant County

United Way of the Bay Area

United Way Silicon Valley

USA Funds

Walmart Foundation/Sam's Club Giving Program

Walter & Elise Haas Fund

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

Women's Fund of Central Indiana

Y & H Soda Foundation

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

Zellerbach Family Foundation


The power of combined grantmaking efforts of AFN members – from education and housing, to financial and integrated services, to job creation and workforce development – remind us that together we are more powerful than poverty.

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