Frequently Asked Questions
The Foundation has embarked on a strategic planning process effective July 1, 2014. The Foundation will be spending the next 18-36 months reviewing its focus areas to continue our goal of posivitely impacting our communities in the most efficient and impactful manner.
The Louis and Harold Price Foundation is an independent private grantmaking foundation located in Louisville, Colorado, targeting funding areas in Southern California and Colorado.
The Foundation's grantmaking is focused in ten program areas: Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Civic & Community, Education, Entrepreneurship Programs, Environment, Health, Human Services, Jewish Related Causes and Medical Research. We recommend referring to our Grant Guidelines page for details.
The Foundation's primary areas of focus are Southern California and Colorado. The Foundation also funds national and international organizations on a small basis. The breakdown of grants by geographical area is approximately:
California (mainly Southern California) = 60%
Colorado (mainly Boulder County, Pitkin County and a small Denver presence) = 23%
New York = 9%
The Foundation supports the following: 1) new, expanding, or sustaining program services, and 2) general operating support to be used at the organization's discretion.
The Foundation's grants vary greatly in size depending on many different factors. Grants to new organizations are typically between $5,000 and $10,000.