Beaumont Foundation Grants of Toshiba Hardware

Posted by on January 17, 2003

Established with funds generated by the settlement of the Shaw v. Toshiba class action lawsuit, the Beaumont Foundation of America ( is a not-for-profit philanthropic organization dedicated to enriching the lives of individuals by providing Toshiba technology equipment to historically underserved schools and communities.

The foundation has three distinct grant programs: Community Grants of technology equipment to community-based organizations; Education Grants of technology equipment for schools; and Individual Grants of technology equipment directly to individuals. Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations or government agencies that serve citizens at or below the poverty level as defined by U.S. Census Bureau thresholds are eligible for Community Grants; K-12 public, private, parochial, or charter schools where a minimum of 50 percent of students qualify for the National School Lunch Program are eligible for the Education Grants; and individuals living at or below the poverty level as defined by U.S. Census Bureau thresholds are eligible to apply for the Individual Grants. Equipment provided will be a selection of Toshiba-branded hardware.

Applications will be accepted beginning January 6, 2003, and applicants are strongly encouraged to submit their proposals and supporting documents sooner rather than later. See the BFA Web site for complete program and application information and for a list of available products.

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