The Priddy Foundation is a general purpose private, independent foundation, interested primarily in making grants for programs that have the potential for favorable impact on individuals and organizations within our service area.
The Priddy Foundation makes grants to 501(c)3 organizations, as described by the Internal Revenue Code. Additionally, the foundation may make grants to schools, universities, hospitals and, on a limited basis, municipalities.
Yes, the foundation only makes grants to organizations located in designated counties in North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. Please return to the home page of this web site and click on GRANTS, then Funding Guidelines for more information.
Typically, organizations applying to The Priddy Foundation must have offices located within the designated service area. The offices must maintain consistent office hours and be a functioning office. If you have questions, please call the foundation office for more information.
The size of grants from The Priddy Foundation varies greatly depending on the project. Please refer to the home page of this web site and click on GRANTS and then FUNDING GUIDELINES for more information. To see a listing of previous foundation grants, click on GRANT HISTORY.
No. Due to the design of the application, the document must be completed online. Additionally, in order to access the LOI and the Formal Application, your organization must be registered in our system. You will be able to access your current and prior grant information from your dashboard, which will also allow you to print a copy of your application.
If you are new to our application process, please contact Pat in our office at 940.723.8720 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A site visit is a personal visit to a potential grantee’s location, made by members of the board of trustees and foundation staff. The purpose of a site visit is to discuss the potential project or program with members of the organization.
The Priddy Foundation is dedicated to the support of programs in human services, education, the arts, and health, which offer significant potential for individual development and community improvement.