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Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund Grants

Grants to USA and Canada Nonprofits for Programs
that Enhance the Quality of Life in Eligible Regions

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Grants to USA and Canada nonprofit organizations in multiple states and provinces to improve the quality of life in eligible regions. Funding is intended to address priority areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion; workforce development; civic and cultural growth; human services; environmental stewardship; education and youth development; and affordable housing. The purpose of these grants is to promote programs that serve Weyerhaeuser facility communities located in the following states and provinces: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington State, West Virginia, Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, and Saskatchewan.

Weyerhaeuser’s communities range from rural to metropolitan, with unique priorities and needs. Employees who serve on local advisory committees develop funding priorities to support their particular community within the following focus areas. These focus areas allow flexibility for a variety of giving across the different communities, while providing a strong framework for the local giving philosophy to cultivate growing minds and bodies, promote sustainable communities, and nurture communities’ quality of life.

  • Affordable Housing and Shelter
    • Investments that support the production and preservation of affordable, efficient, and healthy housing, including organizations that provide affordable homes for working families, and organizations providing support that helps homeless families achieve permanent, stable housing.
  • Education and Youth Development
    • Investments that support and strengthen schools and educational institutions in the Fund's operating communities. The Fund awards programs that help advance improvements to teaching, curriculum and instruction that promote student achievement.
    • Investments of youth development programs that enhance and enrich the learning experiences for the youth in the Fund's operating communities.
  • Environmental Stewardship
    • Sustainable Communities: Investments include projects that assist in green building efforts, energy efficiency programs, urban park projects.
    • Natural Resources: Investments include the protection, conservation and restoration of natural resources, habitats, and non-urban parks; and restoration.
    • Climate Change and Renewable Energy: Investments include projects that support climate change and renewable energy efforts.
    • Environmental Education: Investments include projects which inspire behaviors of environmental citizenship and stewardship, educate communities on environmental issues, and provide environmental education programs for teachers and students that develop critical thinking skills and improve environmental literacy.
  • Human Services
    • Investments that support economic well-being, and the basic health and human needs with focus on moving people toward self-reliance and sustainability for communities most vulnerable and their families.
  • Civic and Cultural Growth
    • Investments that promote economic development, provide cultural enrichment, and agencies that respond to local emergencies or disasters.
  • Workforce Development
    • Investments that support employment status that directly impacts the health and education of families and communities. The Fund awards programs centered around building the skills, knowledge, and behaviors that are needed by individuals in the workforce.
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
    • Investments of programs that invest in and advance solutions to help ensure people from traditionally under-resourced communities have equal access to job training, education, housing, and other opportunities they need to reach their full potential.

In addition to the focus areas for community giving noted above, the Giving Fund will also consider a select few high-priority national/international initiatives directly related to the sustainability and importance of working forests and the products and services they provide for people and the planet. This is by invitation only. Priorities include sustainability issues related to forestry, sustainable forest products, housing, improving ecosystems, and renewable, green energy. 

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 129040

Estimated Size of Grant:

At least $1,000

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

To be eligible for funding, a program must:
- Serve a Weyerhaeuser community 
- Be one of the following:
- A tax-exempt, nonprofit public charity classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code
- A registered charity in Canada with a Canada Revenue Agency number or registered as a provincial nonprofit society
- A public education institution or government entity qualified under Section 170(c)(1) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code
- Qualified as a Canadian municipality

The Weyerhaeuser Giving fund does not fund:
- Local community projects, services and organizations outside of a Weyerhaeuser community (see the Where We Give section)
- Individuals, including direct scholarships or bursary assistance
- Fraternal, social, labor or political organizations 
- Activities that influence legislation
- Groups that discriminate based upon an individual’s gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal law
- Organizations seeking funds for theological purposes
- Groups or individuals seeking funds for sponsorships or to purchase tickets or tables at fundraising benefits
- Sports teams or athletic events
- Operating deficits or debt liquidation
- Services the public sector is reasonably expected to provide
- Endowments and memorials
- Capital campaigns
- Multiyear requests

Pre-Application Information:

The Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund grant application deadline is: September 30, 2021

Applications are generally reviewed on an ongoing basis, throughout the year.

Generally, funding decisions are communicated after receipt of a recommendation to fund your request from your local Advisory Committee (not when y ou submit your grant application). Many of the committees wait until after the deadline has passed to prioritize and finalize their grant recommendations, which means you might not hear results until winter after the September deadline.

Local giving is specific to each community. It is recommended that applicants make a local connection with the employee advisory committee members in their area. If your organization serves an area in which we operate, and you would like a local contact name and number, please contact the Giving Fund directly.

If you are seeking funding for a national project or research program that is directly related to the sustainability and importance of working forests, you will need to contact the Giving Fund. Industry-related national and/or research funding is by invitation only.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.


If you have a question about whether your location qualifies as a Weyerhaeuser operating area, please contact

Corporate Headquarters
Mailing Address
Weyerhaeuser Company
220 Occidental Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98104
Local: 206-539-3000
Toll Free: 1-800-525-5440

Canadian Office
Weyerhaeuser Company Limited
Suite 440-1140 West Pender Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 4G1
Phone: 604-661-8000

Grant Coverage Areas:

For more specific information on Regions, see URL for Full Text (RFP).

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Geographic Focus:

USA: Alabama;   Arizona;   Arkansas;   California;   Colorado;   Florida;   Georgia;   Idaho;   Louisiana;   Maine;   Michigan;   Mississippi;   Montana;   New Hampshire;   North Carolina;   Oklahoma;   Oregon;   Pennsylvania;   South Carolina;   Texas;   Utah;   Vermont;   Virginia;   Washington;   West Virginia

Canada: Alberta;   British Columbia;   Ontario;   Saskatchewan;

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