The MrBallen Foundation Honor Grant program provides financial grants to 501c3 organizations that support victims or families of victims who have been affected by a heinous crime.
These grants are awarded quarterly up to the amount of $25,000*.
The Honor Grants can be used for a wide range of projects or programs. To qualify, your organization must provide services to victims and/or victims’ families of heinous, egregious, and/or accidental death or dismemberment. To apply, please fill out our Honor grant inquiry form in its entirety, attaching your IRS determination letter and a budget summary for the project you are requesting funds for.
Our 2023 Summer Focus will be on first-response organizations that respond to victims of mass casualties. If your organization provides immediate assistance, aid, medical support, mental health services, burial arrangements, and guidance to the victims during these devastating incidents, we want to partner with you.
The MrBallen Foundation accepts and welcomes applications year-round from any 501c3 registered organization that honors victims and supports families of heinous or violent crimes, regardless of the focus area for the quarter.
*We will occasionally consider larger grant requests.
Honor Grant Application
Please note: It is critical that your organization and services provided are aligned with the MrBallen Foundation mission. We provide grants to organizations that provide services for victims or family members of victims of a heinous, egregious and/or crime resulting in accidental death or dismemberment. Examples of heinous crime include, rape, genocide, homicide, violent crimes against children, sex trafficking, arson or robbery resulting in death.
In making its awards, the MrBallen Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or ability.
Questions? Please contact [email protected]