Focusing on its identified areas of interest for guidance, the M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation uses a Vision Document to direct its decisions regarding grant funding. At its year-end meeting in December, the Board of Directors approves the Vision Document and budget for the following year. All organizations identified within the Vision Document for 2020 will receive letters or calls inviting them to apply for grant funding within the first ninety days of the calendar year.
If your organization has been funded by The M. R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation within the last three years and you believe that your organization aligns closely with our currently identified areas of interest (children’s interests/discovery experiences, education, and arts and culture), you may contact us again near the end of the calendar year to learn if future funding might be possible. On behalf of The M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation, we applaud the work of other worthy non-profit and educational organizations and recognize the value you bring to your communities. Although our grant budget does not allow us to assist you in your work, we wish you continued success.
The M.R. and Evelyn Hudson Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant applications. The grant application is by invitation only.