US Non Profits
Please complete this survey to determine your grant program eligibility before submitting an application to the Albemarle Foundation.
Does the organization meet at least one of the eligibility requirements below:
- Tax exempt 501c3 non-profit status recognized by the IRS
- School district, public/private school located within the United States
- Government entity + grant request will support public purpose(s)
Does your organization serve a community in which Albemarle employees live and work?
- Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Bayport, Clear Lake & Pasadena, Texas
Counties: Harris, Chambers, Galveston, Liberty, Brazoria
- Charlotte, North Carolina
Counties: Mecklenburg, Iredell, Cabarrus, Union, York (SC), Lancaster (SC)
- Kings Mountain, North Carolina
Counties: Cleveland, Gaston
- Magnolia, Arkansas
- New Johnsonville, Tennessee
- Silver Peak, Nevada
Counties: Esmeralda, Nye
Does your organization support one or more of the primary giving pillars of Albemarle Foundation?
- The Foundation supports education programs and emphasizes STEM and future workforce development opportunities.
Health and Human Services
- The Foundation supports programs with a focus on wellness, economic mobility, access to basic human needs, and initiatives to combat food and housing insecurities.
social and cultural initiatives
- The Foundation supports programs that bring people together with a focus on social equity, sustainability, and the arts.
The organization is eligible to submit a grant request for funding from the Albemarle Foundation.
- Foundation Team reviews grants for the current year: February – November
- Grant proposals received in December are reviewed the following year.
Exceptions made for extenuating circumstances
- Grant payments are distributed during the months of:
March, June, September & December 15th
- Sponsorship requests for events must be received at least 60 days prior to the event.
Albemarle Foundation is governed by a Board of Directors and collaborates with advisory groups at Albemarle locations. The advisory groups are comprised of Albemarle employees and retirees who serve as the local stewards of the Foundation. They assist in identifying needs in their communities, research, and screen opportunities for employee engagement, and collaborate with the Foundation through the community giving process.
- Employee advisory groups at each US location meet ~ 3-4 times a year:
March, June, September, November
You have answered no to one or more of the questions in this survey. This means your organization is not eligible for a grant from the Albemarle Foundation.