Quail Roost Foundation makes national and international grants in the areas of: All Creatures (Animal Welfare), Education, Emergency Relief, Health, Home Community (Taos County, NM and surrounding areas), Justice, and Sustainability. The Foundation also maintains an Emergency & Contingency Fund, as well as funds available for the charitable discretionary giving by our board members.

Our resources are generally directed to organizations and projects for which small amounts can make a measurably large impact. Most of our grants go to relatively small agencies and projects that we know or can get to know on a first-hand basis and that might not have access to larger grantors. By such personal knowledge we hope to maximize our funds’ effectiveness and minimize the paperwork required of recipients. Sometimes, particularly in the field of emergency relief, we will assist larger agencies that we personally know and that have the infrastructure to react quickly and as thoroughly as possible.

Quail Roost Foundation does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, or creed. QRF occasionally assists religious organizations in non-proselytizing projects such as emergency relief or health clinics; however, the Foundation is nonsectarian, and as such, does not fund evangelical programs, groups or activities. We do not award grants for lobbying activities or political campaigns, nor do we award grants directly to individuals.

Please note — Quail Roost Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant applications.

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One World-One Heart Foundation
Gathering and waiting to be seen

Prevention International: No Cervical Cancer (PINCC)
Volunteer Doctor Art Levit with trainees in Tortuguero, Nicaragua

Salaam Cultural Center
Food for Ramadan at the camps at Iliadis, Frakapor and Karamanlis in Northern Greece

Thank you very much for the QR grant for Nicaragua. It literally changed and saved lives in a little town called Tortuguero - "tortoise".
--Angela Mason
Executive Director, PINCC, www.pincc.org

Quail Roost Foundation - Investing in the creation of
a more just, healthy and sustainable world.