Bess Spiva Timmons Foundation
Bess Spiva Timmons Foundation

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The Bess Spiva Timmons Foundation, a family foundation, was established by Mrs. Timmons in 1967, to enable her children and grandchildren to carry on an already existing program of assistance in the areas of education, health, medical research, the arts, and programs with emphasis to benefit minority groups, social services, and ecology. Consideration is also given to experimental ventures in these designated areas. Smaller tax-exempt organizations, which have limited financial assistance, are favored for grants.

The Foundation cannot consider requests from individuals or associations based in foreign countries, and does not normally support operating expenses, endowments, major building projects, or major acquisitions. The Foundation does not make permanent commitments of support.

The Foundation accepts proposals from organizations west of the Mississippi River in the contiguous United States. Unsolicited proposals outside these boundaries are not considered. Grants generally range from one to five thousand dollars.


   

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