An agency may be eligible for funding from The Hoglund Foundation if it promotes education or family support services. Grants should make a positive change and measurable impact in the community. Creative problem-solving ideas are encouraged and grants should favor programs or projects that nurture, recognize, and reward individual and family initiative and responsibility. If you feel you are a match for The Hoglund Foundation, please apply online.
No, we no longer accept mailed grant applications. All organizations must apply online.
If you experience difficulty with the online application please contact the Grant Manager at 214-987-3605 or email.
All required documents must be uploaded online with the application to be considered for review.
The primary geographic focus of The Hoglund Foundation is the City of Dallas, Texas.
No, a request for a site visit or meeting generally means we need more information about an organization before we are able to make a decision on funding.
After review by the Board, an organization will be notified within 60 days whether the online application was approved for funding or declined.
Applications must be submitted online by February 1st, June 1st, and October 1st to be considered for review.
Our Board of Trustees meets three times a year. Grants will be reviewed on or near April 15th, August 15th and December 15th.
No, we do not consider grants to individuals. The Hoglund Foundation will consider grant applications from 501(c)(3) organizations for specific programs or projects, capital projects, or general operations. Limited endowment funds are available.
The Foundation limits online application submissions to once a year per non-profit organization and only after any multi-year grants have been paid in full.