BEFORE YOU APPLY
Before investing your time and effort in applying, we ask that you please do two things:
HOW TO APPLY
Once you’ve reviewed the grantmaking areas and understand Intended Impact and Theory of Change, you’re ready to apply.
The Foundation uses a two-stage process for grant applications:
1. Submit a Letter of Inquiry. A Letter of Inquiry should be 2-3 pages long, not counting financial information, and should address the following topics. Letters of Inquiry are accepted on a rolling basis. Please send Letters of Inquiry to email@example.com. A successful Stage One submission leads to…
2. A Full Proposal is requested when appropriate. A Full Proposal is generally 5-10 pages long, not counting financial information. It expands on the Letter of Inquiry and should address the following topics.
Completed proposals* fully addressing all of the listed topics are due by the date listed below.
*PLEASE NOTE: In order to be considered complete, your proposal, including exhibits, must be fully paginated.
WHEN TO APPLY
Letters of Inquiry are accepted on a rolling basis. Please send Letters of Inquiry by regular mail.
The Board meets twice a year for grantmaking - generally April/May and October/November.
The next Board meeting is scheduled for June 13, 2013. Completed proposals are due by April 5, 2013.
Please allow time to submit a Letter of Inquiry, receive a response and submit a full proposal by the April 5, 2013 deadline.
Please note that the Foundation generally does not support the following: