The Noble Foundation granting legacy supports life-changing experiences at Camp Sweeney, which has hosted campers with diabetes since 1950.
For nearly 50 years, a legacy of collaboration and participation builds strong ties between the Noble Foundation and a regional Boy Scouts organization.
Sam Noble Scholarships change the lives of area students and the future of agriculture.
The Mercy Memorial hosptial expansion of 2010 was funded in part by a $7.5 million Noble Foundation grant.
The Chisholm Trail Heritage Center has created a unique learning environment, welcoming visitors to embrace the experience of the Chisholm Trail.
Through its grantmaking program, the Noble Foundation supports community projects and the activities of nonprofit charitable, educational and healthcare organizations. The Noble Foundation has expended more than $1 billion for charitable purposes, including more than $300 million for grants to charitable organizations and scholarship programs.