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        COMMUNITY GIVING

        We support U.S. and Canadian communities where we have a significant presence or business interest. These communities range from rural to metropolitan, each with unique priorities and needs. Our employees serve on local advisory committees for our Giving Fund and develop funding priorities within four focus areas to support their particular communities. This provides a strong companywide framework for giving while allowing flexibility to meet unique needs in our different communities.

         

        Focus Areas

        Through the Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund, we concentrate the majority of our funding in four focus areas:

        • Affordable Housing and Shelter
        • Education and Youth Development
        • Environmental Stewardship
        • Human Services, Civic and Cultural Growth

        Where We Give

        Our giving is limited to areas where we have a significant presence, including communities where we have operations and/or where we own or manage forestland in the Unites States and Canada.

        Not all communities listed below will be eligible for grants. If you have a question about whether your location qualifies as a Weyerhaeuser operating area, please contact givingfund@weyerhaeuser.com.

        UNITED STATES

        To view the counties where we manage forestlands, click any state marked with an asterisk (*) below.

        ALABAMA*

        Castleberry
        Millport

        ARKANSAS*

        DeQueen
        Dierks
        Emerson
        Hot Springs
        Little Rock
        Magnolia

        ARIZONA

        Phoenix

        CALIFORNIA

        Fontana
        Long Beach
        Sacramento
        Stockton

        COLORADO

        Denver
        Henderson

        FLORIDA*

        Jacksonville

        GEORGIA*

        Dacula

        IDAHO

        Boise

         

        LOUISIANA*

        Dodson
        Holden
        Natchitoches
        Ruston
        Simsboro/Arcadia
        Taylor
        Zwolle

        MAINE*

        MICHIGAN*

        Grayling

        MISSISSIPPI*

        Bruce
        Columbus
        McComb
        Philadelphia

        MONTANA*

        Columbia Falls
        Evergreen

        NEW HAMPSHIRE*

        NORTH CAROLINA*

        Ayden
        Charlotte
        Elkin
        Grifton
        New Bern
        Plymouth
        Washington

        OKLAHOMA*

        Idabel

        OREGON*

        Lane County
        Linn County

        PENNSYLVANIA

        Easton

        SOUTH CAROLINA*

        TEXAS*

        UTAH

        Salt Lake City

        VERMONT*

        VIRGINIA*

        WASHINGTON*

        Centralia/Chehalis
        Cosmopolis
        Longview
        Olympia
        PeEll
        Raymond
        Rainier
        Corporate Headquarters in the Seattle and Tacoma areas

        WEST VIRGINIA*

        Buckhannon
        Sutton

        CANADA

        ALBERTA

        Drayton Valley
        Edson
        Grand Prairie

        BRITISH COLUMBIA

        Annacis Island
        Princeton

        ONTARIO

        Kenora

        SASKATCHEWAN

        Hudson Bay

         

        Eligibility

        In considering requests for support, preference is given to projects and programs that meet the following criteria:

        • Serve a broad range of community residents
        • Meet an important community need within our key areas of focus
        • Show strong support from community leaders and other funders
        • Are sustainable and managed competently with a history of accountability, results, cost-effectiveness, strong leadership and innovation
        • Provide a significant and measurable impact on quality of life

        To be eligible for funding, a program must:

        • Serve a Weyerhaeuser community 
        • Be a tax-exempt, nonprofit public charity classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code OR a registered charity in Canada with a Canada Revenue Agency Number, or registered as a provincial nonprofit society OR a public education institution or government entity qualified under Section 170(c)(1) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code or qualified as a Canadian municipality

        THE WEYERHAEUSER GIVING FUND DOES NOT FUND:

        • Local community projects, services and organizations outside of a Weyerhaeuser community (see Where We Give)
        • Individuals, including direct scholarship or bursary assistance
        • Fraternal, social, labor or political organizations 
        • Activities that influence legislation
        • Groups that discriminate based upon an individual’s gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, marital status or any other characteristic protected by local, state or federal law.
        • Organizations seeking funds for theological purposes
        • Groups or individuals seeking funds for sponsorships or to purchase tickets or tables at fundraising benefits
        • Sports teams or athletic events
        • Operating deficits or debt liquidation
        • Services the public sector is reasonably expected to provide
        • Endowments and memorials
        • Capital campaigns
        • Multiyear requests

        If you are seeking funding for a national project or research program that is directly related to the sustainability and importance of working forests,  you will need to contact the Giving Fund.  Industry related national and/or research funding is by Invitation Only.

        How to Apply

        STEP 1:

        Before you begin, please review our?Focus Areas?and?Eligibility?requirements.

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        STEP 2:

        Our giving is local and specific to each of our communities.  We do recommend making a local connection with our employee advisory committee members in your area.  If you are unsure your organization qualifies please refer to the Where We Give section. 

        If your organization serves in an area in which we operate and you would like a local contact name and number please contact the Giving Fund directly.  


        If you are seeking funding for a national project or research program that is directly related to the sustainability and importance of working forests,  you will need to contact the Giving Fund.  Industry related national and/or research funding is by Invitation Only.


        STEP 3:

        Gather the following information essential to completing the application:

        1. The organization’s Tax ID or Canada Revenue Agency Number
        2. Contact Information
        3. Detailed information about the organization
        4. Detailed information about the request you're asking us to fund
        5. Financial information related to the organization and the project you are asking us to fund

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        STEP 4:

        GRANT APPLICATIONS

        We began our 2019 giving cycle on Jan. 30, 2019.

        Our grant application platform is best accessed using the Google Chrome browser.

        When you begin the application you will be asked to identify which Weyerhaeuser area your program and organization serves.

        Under the Where We Give section on this page, you will see a complete list of where we have both mill specific locations and communities, as well as timberlands areas and communities (states with asterisk*). Please select the appropriate location.  If you are not sure which location or state you should select, please contact the giving fund.

        Access the Grant Portal

        FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

        • When is the application deadline?
          Applications are processed throughout the year — but may be submitted at any time during our cycle year. Applications must be completed through our online portal, and submitted with all required attachments. We do not accept paper applications or proposals.

          The Weyerhaeuser Giving fund grant application deadline is:

          October 1, 2019
           
        • What is the application review process? 
          Applications are generally reviewed on an ongoing basis, throughout the year.
           
        • What grant amount can I expect? 
          Grants vary in scale in relationship to our presence in the community and the philanthropic budget available for the year. The minimum grant awarded is $1,000.
           
        • When will I be notified? 
          The majority of our communications with you will be through the application portal. We generally communicate our funding decision after we receive a recommendation to fund your request from your local Advisory Committee (not when you submit your grant application). Many of our committees wait until after the deadline has passed to prioritize and finalize their grant recommendations, which means you might not hear from us until winter after the October deadline.
           
        • My application was rejected. Why can't you fund my project/organization?
          We regret we cannot fund all applications we receive.
           
        • I'm having trouble/need help. Who can I contact?
          Send an email to givingfund@weyerhaeuser.com.

         

        National Grantmaking

        A small portion of our grant making supports high-priority national initiatives directly related to the sustainability and importance of working forests and the products and services they provide. This may include sustainability issues related to forestry, sustainable forest products, housing, improving ecosystems, and green energy. Applications in this category are accepted by invitation only.

         

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