Lozier Community Grants
The intent of the Lozier Community Grants program is to give back to the communities where we do business. The program will be managed by an employee committee at each site. Grant applications will be submitted online and reviewed by foundation staff for IRS eligibility before being forwarded to each site’s employee committee for review. Each grant application should be evaluated and awarded with the same ethics and integrity that we apply to our everyday operations.
About the Program
The Lozier Foundation’s focus is education, social services and issues involving women and children with an emphasis on underrepresented populations. Grants are to be awarded to non-profit organizations that align with these funding priorities:
- Programs that focus on academic improvement, mentoring, and career development
- Programs that provide direct support to schools
- Programs meeting basic health, welfare, and other needs of the underprivileged, sick, or elderly
- Programs that make our communities a positive, interesting place to live and raise a family
Typically Excluded from Funding
- The Arts
- Churches and religious organizations
- Fraternities / Sororities
- Memorial Contributions
- Organizations must be exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Individuals are not able to receive grants.
- Organizations are only eligible for one (1) grant per calendar year.
- No goods or services (including event tickets, auction items, or other benefits deemed of non-deductible value) are allowed to be provided to the donor in connection with the grant.
- Organization does not discriminate in hiring practices or service provisions to clients and/or customers based on race, ethnicity, religious preference, age, physical ability, sexual orientation, military service, or gender except for bona fide occupational qualifications.