Improving the communities where we work and live.
The EBSCO Community Impact is a funding and volunteer program designed to help our team members create positive results through the service and support EBSCO provides. This semiannual program is dedicated to helping non-profit organizations through monetary contributions and volunteer service. We invite non-profits focused on one, or more than one, of EBSCO’s five community pillars to participate.
We aim to improve the education of our children and the education of our neighbors, so all have an opportunity to attain economic stability.
We seek to protect our natural environment and sustain our natural resources enabling future generations to lead lives enhanced by the world around us.
We support human services focused on either preventing or solving problems facilitating a healthy quality of life.
We strive to support health initiatives that foster medical advancements and provide healthcare services to create healthy communities.
We foster arts programs which inspire creativity and innovation, enriching the lives of the members of our community.
EBSCO Community Impact will award grants to local non-profits in amounts ranging from $5,000 to $15,000, with five to ten organizations receiving grants in 2020.
For the inaugural 2019 grant cycle, EBSCO Community Impact awarded grants to 10 non-profit organizations which gave priority to one or more of the areas above servicing the five-county metropolitan area: Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, and Walker.
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