The University of Iowa

BNSF Railway Foundation

Employer Identification Number (EIN) 


Contact Title 
Manager, BNSF Railway Foundation
Telephone Number 
(817) 867-6458
2650 Lou Menk Dr.
Fort Worth, TX 76131-2380
United States

Grant Information

Application Deadline 

The foundation supports the communities it serves and in which its employees live, work, and volunteer.

Program areas include grants for civic, cultural, health and human services, and youth organizations, and federally recognized tribal government. BNSF also has a number of scholarship programs.

Sample Grants 

American Cancer Society, $300; American Diabetes Association, $1,000; American Heart Association, $1,000; American Red Cross, $400; Boys & Girls Club of Topeka, $500; Cair Paravel Latin School, $500; CASA of Shawnee County, Inc., $500; Holy Family School, $150; Jefferson West High School, $150; Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, $1,000; March of Dimes/Walk American, $1,500; McLouth High School, $150; Shawnee Heights High School, $150, Silver Lake high School, $150; Special Olympics Kansas/Fall Classic, $250.

Application Information 

BNSF employs an open application system. Application may be made at any time. For further information see the Programs website at and How to Apply at


Applying organizations and programs should exist in or serve a community near one of BNSF's rail lines.

Grant Sizes: 
$1,000, $10,000


Date of latest financial data 
Aug 2017