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FDC Foundation


Last Updated: 2016-10-21

At A Glance

FDC Foundation

1415 W. 55th St., Ste. 202

Countryside, IL United States 60525-6543

Telephone: (847) 235-2170


Type of Grantmaker

Independent foundation

Financial Data

(yr. ended 2015-12-31)

Assets: $9,679,641

Total giving: $632,400





Additional Contact Information

Additional e-mail:

Purpose and Activities

Giving primarily for: 1) Health, particularly to organizations that support a) improved nutrition for Americans, including organizations supplying food and food supplements to people in need as well as those providing education regarding proper nutrition; b) the treatment of persons with diabetes, including education, nutrition, medication and supplies for persons who either now have or who are at high risk of developing diabetes; and c) the expanded use of alternative medicines, including all forms of non-traditional therapies and medications that offer promise of improving the lives of people, whether healthy or ill; 2) Education, particularly to organizations that support a) early childhood development programs, including but not limited to educational institutions currently doing outstanding work in the field; b) programs for returning scholars, supporting organizations that provide financial support (such as reimbursement of tuition, fees, cost of books and additional living expenses) incurred by persons who return to school to continue their education later in life; and c) literary achievement, specifically organizations (such as colleges and universities) offering financial support or programs to gifted individuals pursuing the creation of meritorious literary works (poetry, fiction, drama, non-fiction prose, or translation) over a specific time period (such as one year); and 3) Housing, particularly to organizations that provide opportunities to those who have difficulty finding housing or achieving home ownership. The organizations may support construction of new housing, rehabilitation of existing housing, or financing of housing for people having unusual needs or facing extraordinary challenges. The foundation may also offer grants to organizations supporting education for careers within the real estate industry, such as the endowment of a chair with the business department of a university. .

Fields of Interest

  • Diabetes
  • Early childhood education
  • Education
  • Health
  • Housing development
  • Human services
  • Nutrition
Population Groups
  • Children
  • Children and youth
  • Economically disadvantaged people
  • Low-income and poor people

Financial Data

Year ended 2015-12-31

Assets: $9,679,641 (market value)

Expenditures: $781,681

Total giving: $632,400

Qualifying distributions: $632,400