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"The Sons of Norway Foundation awards scholarships and grants to promote the heritage and culture of Norway, and provide assistance to our members, lodges and their communities." - Mission Statement

The Sons of Norway Foundation celebrates culture

  • GraduationBy funding five separate scholarship opportunities enabling our students to follow their dreams through education. To learn more, click here.
  • By creating cross-cultural exchange between Norway and the USA through scholarships and grants. To learn more, click here.
  • By partnering with Sons of Norway lodges in their community efforts. To learn more, click here.

The Foundation expands the horizons of our members, lodges and communities

  • ParadeBy financially supporting Project Framtid (Adopt A School), Barnas Norsk Klubb and children's heritage programming for youth with "Helping Hands to Children Grants." To learn more, click here.
  • By assisting lodges interested in bringing quality programming and community-wide events through "Local Lodge Partnership Grants." To learn more,click here.
  • By sponsoring Norwegian arts and culture presentations through "General Heritage & Culture Grants." To learn more, click here.
  • By expanding the culture of giving through humanitarian aid to members, lodges and their communities following natural disasters. To learn more, click here.

Since 1966 we have awarded over $900,000 in 335 grants and over 2,000 scholarships to our members, lodges and their communities. As Sons of Norway continues to flourish and create new initiatives, the Sons of Norway Foundation will continue its support.

The Sons of Norway Foundation welcomes applications to fund activities that will preserve and promote Norwegian heritage in North America and American ideals in Norway. We strive to fulfill the dreams of our members, lodges, students and youth in our lodges and communities and to ease the burden to our members and their communities following natural disasters.

     
 
       

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