Monday, May 18, 2009

Grant Proposal: Wake County Community Foundation

The Wake County Community Foundation provides grants from the Community Endowment Fund to non-profit organizations serving Wake County. Proposals are sought in support of broad charitable purposes in the areas of health and human services, education, the arts, and the conservation and preservation of historical, cultural, and environmental resources. Grants are available for non-profit organizations addressing these needs in the community. The total 2009 grant amount available from the Wake County Community Fund is $2,400. Typical grant amounts range from $1,000-$2,000.

BDPA Triangle chapter and BETF submitted a $1k grant proposal in support of the chapter's SITES program on 4/27/09. The Grants Committee will consider eligible proposals and determine grant awards. Proposals may be awarded in full or in part; awarded with contingencies; or they may be declined. All grant decisions are final. The minimum grant award will be $100. Grant recipients will be informed of the decision made by the Grants Committee by June 15, 2009.

There are community foundations in all 51 chapter cities. Have you researched the one in your area?

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