Alabama Power Foundation Elevate Grant

Alabama Power Foundation

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Predicted deadline: Oct 7, 2022

Grant amount: Up to US $10,000

Fields of work: Civic Affairs Education Art & Culture Community Development & Revitalization Human & Social Services Health & Medicine Environment Show all

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Training / Capacity Building, Project / Program

Location of project: Alabama

Location of residency: Alabama

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Alabama Power

We are a POWERFUL SOURCE of GOOD. Formed with donations from Alabama Power shareholders, the Alabama Power Foundation spreads good to Alabama residents through a number of different initiatives.

In fact, that’s our mission – to spread good throughout Alabama to the people who need it most. 

  • Educational Advancement
  • Civic & Community Development
  • Arts & Cultural Enrichment
  • Health & Human Services
  • Environmental Stewardship

Elevate Grants

Lifting up the state one organization at a time

We created the Elevate Grant to help our nonprofit partners address a number of pressing needs. Elevate In addition to receiving funds, grant winners also participate in workshops during the year they receive the grant.

How we’d like to see Elevate Grants used

Elevate Grants span all of our focus areas and afford us the opportunity to answer needs not explicitly addressed by our other grant opportunities. We think of them as “game changers” for the organizations to which they are awarded.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • The Elevate Grant always meets the following criteria:
    • The applying project or program leverages collaboration between partner resources and networks.
    • The applying project or program helps achieve organizational and financial stability, program quality and growth for the applying organization.
    • The applying project or program can be replicated.
    • The applying project or program incorporates volunteerism.
    • The applying project or program reflects a different approach to engaging poverty issues.
    • The applying project or program has not benefited from one of our other grant opportunities


This page was last reviewed September 22, 2021 and last updated September 22, 2021