Kellogg Foundation: Exhibit 1
Guidelines to program aid
In its efforts to utilize its limited resources wisely and because it receives more requests than it can fund, the Foundation has established the following guidelines for its grant-making activities:
- The Foundation’s current areas of activity are limited to the fields of agriculture, health and education.
- Its geographical areas are confined to the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europa, and Australia.
- The Foundation is interested in the application of knowledge rather than research per se.
- The Foundation does not support operational phases of established programs.
- The Foundation does not make grants for capital facilities, conferences, publications, films, or fellowships unless they are an integral phase of a project the Foundation is already aiding.
- The Foundation does not support ongoing projects that are local in scope, endowments or developmental campaigns, and despite a natural concern for religious institutions, does not make grants to churches.
- The Foundation does not make grants to individuals.
- To be eligible for support, agencies must qualify under the regulations of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service.
- Agencies must have the financial potential to sustain the project on a continuing basis after Foundation funding.