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Community Grants

Making grants while teaching employees grant making

For more than 25 years, Blackbaud has invested in the Lowcountry of South Carolina – where the company is headquartered – by making grants to nonprofit organisations. From the time the fund was established at the Coastal Community Foundation, we have turned to our employees to determine how the funding should be distributed. Service on this grants committee is both an honor and a way to get an up-close look at the issues in the community, helping our people better understand the organisations we work with every day.

In 2013, we took this concept company wide, launching the Blackbaud Community Matters Grants program, which makes grants throughout the year in the other locations where we have offices. Employee committees, modeled after The Blackbaud Fund approach, make the funding decisions.

Grants are made to organisations with budgets of less than £2 million.  Preference will be given to grant requests that focus on general operations, capacity building or education of disadvantaged populations. Applications are due on September 30th.  Here is more information on:

To submit an application or ask any questions, contact us at


Serving the non-profit, charitable giving, and education communities for more than 35 years, Blackbaud (NASDAQ:BLKB) combines technology solutions and expertise to help organisations achieve their missions. Blackbaud works in over 60 countries to support more than 35,000 customers, including non-profits, schools and higher education institutions, healthcare organisations, foundations, and other charitable giving entities, and corporations.

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