The Turrell Fund

The Turrell Fund was founded in 1935 by Herbert and Margaret Turrell.  Its principal interest lies in support of organizations that help youth, with special emphasis on the needy youngster.

The fund does not encourage requests for support of cultural activities, and they exclude from our consideration advocacy work, endowment funds, grants to individuals, and most hospital and health care services.

Turrell Fund grants are awarded to agencies rendering direct service to disadvantaged children in the State of Vermont, and in four counties in New Jersey: Essex, Hudson, Passaic and Union. While there are exceptions, our emphasis is on programs serving children, birth to five, and advocacy programs that support children in the same age range. One year must elapse before applying again.

For more information, visit the Turrell Fund website.

Contact Information: Turrell Fund
21 Van Vleck Street
Montclair, New Jersey 07042-2358
(973) 783-9358
Amount:  Not listed.
Deadline: Applications accepted January 1 - February 1 and July 1 - August 1.
To Apply: Applications must be submitted online.