Grant Submission Process
Any nonprofit (501 C 3) organization may submit a grant application. Applications are accepted from May 1 to July 15 of the current year, and must be received in our office no later than July 15. Applications received in office prior to May 1 or after July 15 will not be considered.
Project outline should include direct impact on children and the specific benefits of the project. Budget figures are required for the project only – an organization’s annual budget or annual report is not required. References should be individuals with a working knowledge of the organization and the project. References may be contacted to answer questions concerning the grant application.
- The Executive Secretary reviews all grant proposals. Those that meet the established guidelines proceed to the Board of Directors for their consideration.
- Each year in mid-October, our Board of Directors meet to consider grant requests.
- Personal appearances before the Board for the purpose of promotion and/or clarifying a grant by the grant applicant or associates are prohibited.
- All grant applicants will receive written notification of the Board’s decisions.
For general tips on grantseeking, click here.
For a grant application, click here.