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Our Members

Our members help low and middle income people change their life trajectories. Our members are leaders, investing in change so families can secure long-term economic stability.

AFN has over 120 members from 25 states: private, public, corporate, and community foundations, public-sector funders, and financial institutions, powerfully connected for greater impact

Standard Membership

For grantmakers of all sizes and strategies, with membership fees that correspond to the institution’s current year grants budget.

Alameda Social Services

Alfond Scholarship Foundation

Bank of America Foundation

BBVA Compass

Capital One

Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation

Central Indiana Community Foundation

Charles Schwab Bank

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Chicago Foundation for Women

Citi Foundation

Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund

Communities Foundation of Texas

Communities Unlimited

Community Foundation of Sarasota County

Community Foundation of Wabash County

Con Alma Health Foundation

Dallas Women’s Foundation

Entergy Charitable Foundation

Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (affiliate)

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas (affiliate)

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (affiliate)

Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (affiliate)

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Little Rock Branch (affiliate)

FINRA

Ford Foundation

Friedman Family Foundation

Glick Philanthropies

Guadalupe Credit Union

Hope Enterprise Corporation

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kresge Foundation

Levi Strauss Foundation

Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation

McCune Foundation

McKenna Foundation

Meadows Foundation

Methodist Healthcare Ministries

MetLife Foundation

North Texas Community Foundation

Northwest Area Foundation

Old National Bank

Prudential Foundation

Richmond Memorial Health Foundation

Rio Grande Credit Union

S.H. Cowell Foundation

San Antonio Area Foundation

San Francisco Foundation

Sand Hill Foundation

Santa Fe Community Foundation

Self-Help Credit Union

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Southern Bancorp Community Partners

Southwest Capital Bank

Texas Capital Bank

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio

The California Wellness Foundation

The Clowes Fund

The James Irvine Foundation

The Mike and Mary Terry Foundation

The Miles Foundation

United Way of Central Indiana

United Way of Central Ohio

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

United Way of Tarrant County

United Way of the Bay Area

United Way Worldwide

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Walter and Elise Haas Fund

Wells Fargo

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

Women’s Foundation of California

Women’s Fund of Birmingham

Women’s Fund of Central Indiana

Y & H Soda Foundation

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation

National Supporter

For national entities who are willing and able to make larger or multi-year financial contributions to AFN’s work.

Alfond Scholarship Foundation

Capital One

Charles Schwab Bank

Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Chicago Foundation for Women

Citi Foundation

Communities Foundation of Texas

Dallas Women’s Foundation

Ford Foundation

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kresge Foundation

Levi Strauss Foundation

MetLife Foundation

Northwest Area Foundation

Prudential Foundation

Richmond Memorial Health Foundation

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

The Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio

The California Wellness Foundation

United Way of the Bay Area

United Way Worldwide

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Walter and Elise Haas Fund

Wells Fargo

Y & H Soda Foundation

Regional Supporter

For grantmakers who support dedicated work in a region; fees are set locally by each chapter.

Alameda Social Services

Bank of America Foundation

Baptist Health Foundation of San Antonio

BBVA Compass

Capital One

Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation

Central Indiana Community Foundation

Citi Community Development

Citi Foundation

Communities Foundation of Texas

Communities Unlimited

Con Alma Health Foundation

Dallas Women’s Foundation

Entergy Charitable Foundation

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas (affiliate)

Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Little Rock Branch (affiliate)

First 5 Alameda County

First Republic Bank

Friedman Family Foundation

Glick Philanthropies

Guadalupe Credit Union

Hope Enterprise Corporation

Indiana Association of United Ways

Indiana Philanthropy Alliance

JP Morgan Chase & Co.

MacFarlane Foundation

McCune Foundation

McKenna Foundation

Meadows Foundation

Methodist Healthcare Ministries

North Texas Community Foundation

Prudential Foundation

Pullium Charitable Trust

Rio Grande Credit Union

S.H. Cowell Foundation

San Antonio Area Foundation

San Francisco Foundation

Sand Hill Foundation

Santa Fe Community Foundation

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

Southern Bancorp Community Partners

Southwest Capital Bank

Texas Capital Bank

The California Wellness Foundation

The Clowes Fund, Inc.

The James Irvine Foundation

The Mike and Mary Terry Foundation

The Miles Foundation

United Way of Central Indiana

United Way of Metropolitan Dallas

United Way of Tarrant County

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Wabash County Community Foundation

Walter and Elise Haas Fund

Wells Fargo

Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation

Women’s Foundation of California

Y&H Soda Foundation

Conference Sponsor

For sponsors of AFN’s National Grantmaker Conference, held in a new locale every two years. Next up: Spring 2019.

Central Indiana Community Foundation

Glick Philanthropies

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Kresge Foundation

MetLife Foundation

Old National Bank

PNC Bank

Prudential Foundation

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

The California Wellness Foundation

The Clowes Fund

United Way of Central Indiana

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Wells Fargo