Centennial Bermuda Foundation | An independent philanthropic organisation, dedicated to supporting the Bermuda community.

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Please note for the upcoming September 30th, 2022 grant cycle we are only accepting existing grantee applications. At this time we are not accepting any new requests for funding. Anyone wishing to submit a new application will need to submit an online letter of intent application no later than December 15th, 2022 for consideration. If the letter of intent is approved, new applications will need to be submitted by January 30, 2023. The letter of intent window will open in November.

Our Work

Centennial, with its stakeholders, has identified five focus areas for grantmaking. The intention is to help heal, improve, inspire and balance the Bermuda community to be a dynamic and fair-minded place to live and grow.

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Centennial's goals for grantmaking are driven by our commitment to our overarching vision for Bermuda: All people in Bermuda are healthy, independent, financially secure and connected to community with equitable opportunities for all.

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Centennial is committed to providing scholarships with a priority on financial need, in addition to academic merit. This commitment reflects our vision that there are equitable opportunities for people to lead purposeful lives, have financial security and enjoy a sense of belonging within the community.

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As part of its contribution to the community, Centennial will share informational resources of interest to the philanthropic sector, particularly in relation to the roles and responsibilities of donors as they partner with non-profit organisations to have sustained and constructive impact in the community.

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Centennial operates as an independent, philanthropic foundation, providing scholarships to individuals and grants to a wide range of non-profit groups in Bermuda. Over the years, the Foundation has given in the region of $75 million to support projects both large and small, and now provides in excess of $2.5 million in grants and $950,000 in scholarships annually.

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