The mission of the KDK-Harman Foundation is to break the cycle of poverty
through education while promoting a culture of giving excellence.
To be eligible for consideration, please thoroughly review our guidelines to ensure your organization’s proposal fits with KDK-Harman Foundation’s mission and programming interests. All applicants must complete a Letter of Inquiry as the first step (Step 1 of the Common Application). Refer to "Apply" tab for complete details. If you have a question about whether the program you have in mind is a good fit, please feel free to contact our Executive Director, Melanie Moore.
KDK-Harman Foundation distributes grants only to qualified public entities or 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and schools. Both unsolicited and solicited requests are accepted. An organization may submit one application in a single 12-month period.
Programs eligible for KDK-Harman funding must meet the guidelines listed belowand address one or more of the following areas of interest:
Age Groups Served
Funding Areas of Interest
The Foundation prefers proposals with the following characteristics:
Due to our limited funding, KDK-Harman Foundation prefers not to fund requests that possess the following characteristics:
KDK-Harman Foundation does not support:
For grantmaking purposes, the KDK-Harman Foundation is exclusively interested in contributing to the communities of Central Texas, defined as Travis, Williamson, Hays, Bastrop, Caldwell, Burnet, Blanco and Llano counties. We are seeking 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and schools with programming excellence that align with our mission and serve the economically disadvantaged students and their families within those geographic areas.