Available Grants

The funds listed below have a competitive grant making process and consider applications consistent with their charitable interests. The Northshore Community Foundation makes grants to nonprofits providing services across our region of St. Tammany, Tangipahoa, Washington and St. Helena parishes.

Grant’s Gift Foundation Grants

Grant's Gift Foundation was formed by a group of friends who decided that they could make a difference in the lives of children with special needs in South Louisiana.

Michael and Angie de la Houssaye are the proud parents of the one-and-only, Grant, a child with special needs, and they realized that in order for Grant to enjoy a simple bike ride with his parents and two siblings, they needed to purchase him a custom bike. These adaptive bicycles that allow children with special needs to be more independent and in control are very expensive. Michael and Angie started the Foundation in an effort to help others in similar situations as they are and have granted out special bikes, adaptive iPads, Service animals and more. Read more about their success stories HERE.

Request a gift for a special needs child HERE

Fund for Bogalusa Grant

The fund meets the changing human service and economic development needs and opportunities of the Bogalusa area. The fund is interested in funding nonprofits that can demonstrate they have planned projects with respect to the community’s greatest opportunities. Five copies of the application are required for consideration.
Application Deadline: February 1st and July 1st

Download Application                             

Download Final Report

World of Wonder Fund Grants

This fund was established in January of 2014 by Jacqueline “Jinx” Vidrine, Ph.D. to provide educational enrichment opportunities for young people and teachers.

School Gardens Grant Application

The School Garden Grants for Teachers & PTA Program!  This grant was established to bring together master gardeners, teachers, parents and students to plant and harvest vegetables in our schoolyards.  These grants provide funding in St. Tammany Parish Public Schools to support garden projects which connect students to their food, therefore to their health and to their community.  The Legacy Garden Fund awards $150 for New Garden and $50 to Existing gardens.

Fall Grant Deadline is September 5th

Spring Grant Deadline is February 17th

Download Application

Environmental Grants

The Environmental grants was established to support science and environmental club teacher projects which encourage students to create ways to impact their environment on the local, state and global level. These grants provide funding to St. Tammany Parish Public Schools to support creative classroom/club projects.  The WOW Fund awards $250 to $500 Creative Classroom Grants. (The committee may consider additional funding for larger ongoing, especially collaborative projects.)

Fall Grant Deadline is September 5th/

Spring Grant Deadline is February 17th