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Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund
(Youth Development; Environmental; Human Services)


Funding Amount

$1,000 minimum

Matching Funds

Funding Cycle

Application deadline is September 30, 2023
Annual Cycle


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

- Affordable Housing
- Education and Youth Development
- Environmental Stewardship
- Human Services
- Civic and Cultural Growth
- Workforce Development
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

To learn more about the giving focus areas, view the Community Grantmaking Framework:

Who Can Apply

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 one of the following:
- A tax-exempt, nonprofit public charity classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code
- A registered charity in Canada with a Canada Revenue Agency number or registered as a provincial nonprofit society
- A public education institution or government entity qualified under Section 170(c)(1) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code
- Qualified as a Canadian municipality

Additional Eligibility Requirements

Before you begin, please review our Focus Areas and Eligibility requirements
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 whether your organization qualifies, please refer to the Where We Give section. If your organization serves 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.
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
Apply online:


North Carolina: Ayden, Charlotte, Elkin, Grifton (Greenville), New Bern, Plymouth, and North Carolina Timberlands (view eligible counties)

Additional Information

For additional questions, send an email to

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