Grant Funding Opportunities

Grant Funding Opportunities

    • Native Fish Conservation Efforts Funded
      National Fish and Wildlife Foundation: Bring Back the Natives

      The Bring Back the Natives program, an initiative of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), invests in conservation activities that restore, protect, and enhance native populations of sensitive or listed fish species across the United States, especially in areas on or adjacent to federal agency lands. The program emphasizes coordination between private landowners and federal agencies, tribes, corporations, and states to improve the ecosystem functions and health of watersheds. Priority will be given to projects that address the leading factors in native fish species decline such as habitat alteration, environmental change, and invasive species. Grant awards will generally range in size from $50,000 to $100,000, and require at least one-to-one matching funds. Eligible applicants include local, state, federal, and tribal governments and agencies; special districts; nonprofit organizations; and schools and universities. The pre-proposal deadline is June 4, 2020; invited full proposals will be due July 30, 2020. Visit the NFWF website to review the 2020 Request for Proposals.
    • Grants Strengthen Health Projects in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, and Oklahoma
      Telligen Community Initiative

      The mission of the Telligen Community Initiative (TCI) is to support innovative and forward-looking health-related projects aimed at improving health, social well-being, and educational attainment. Grants of up to $50,000 are provided to nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and government agencies serving communities in Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, and Oklahoma. TCI’s funding priorities include the following: Health Innovation, Social Determinants of Health/Health Equity, and Healthcare Workforce Development. The letter of interest deadline for applicants in Illinois and Iowa is June 12, 2020. Visit the TCI website to download the 2020 Request for Proposals.
    • Health/Wellness, Social Services and Issues
      Geographic Scope: Minnesota

      The Women’s Foundation of Minnesota is offering support to Minnesota organizations and initiatives through the COVID-19 Women and Girls Response Fund. The focus is on organizations serving women and girls experiencing gender-based violence, older women, and women and girls who need short-term financial support for everyday needs due to the effects of COVID-19 (childcare, eldercare, food, housing, transportation, health, and wellness). Emergency grants of up to $10,000 will be provided. Applications accepted through June 12, and on a rolling basis throughout 2021.

      Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: Emergency Response for the Healthcare System Innovation Challenge
      The Emergency Response for the Healthcare System Innovation Challenge poses the question, “Can you create a digital tool supporting the healthcare system (including providers, government, and public health and community organizations) during a large-scale health crisis (pandemic, natural disaster, or other public health emergency)?” Digital tools can assist the healthcare community as it adapts to quickly changing circumstances and needs by addressing multiple categories: capacity management, clinical integration, communication, data exchange, mental health tools for providers, population health, preparedness, resource management, and data analytics, tracking, and visualization. Teams from throughout the United States are eligible to apply. The application deadline is June 12, 2020.

    • Youth Volunteer Coalitions Supported
      Youth Service America: Lead Agency Program

      Youth Service America (YSA) supports a global culture of engaged children and youth committed to a lifetime of meaningful service, learning, and leadership. YSA’s Lead Agency Program is intended to activate youth volunteers on 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance, MLK Day of Service, and Global Youth Service Day. The program provides grants of up to $13,000 to youth development organizations, community-based organizations, and schools and school districts that bring together coalitions of youth development and community-based organizations, K-12 schools, colleges and universities, government agencies, national service programs, and faith-based organizations. Applicants should focus on engaging middle and high school aged youth, especially those from underserved communities. The application deadline is June 15, 2020. Visit the YSA website to learn more about the program.
    • Program Helps Preserve Native Languages
      Department of Health and Human Services

      The Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance program supports assessments of the status of native languages in an established community, as well as the planning, design, restoration, and implementation of native language curriculum and education projects to support a community’s language preservation goals. Native American communities include American Indian tribes (federally-recognized and non-federally recognized), Native Hawaiians, Alaskan Natives, and Native American Pacific Islanders. The application deadline is July 1, 2020.
    • Grants Enhance Native Communities in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington
      Potlatch Fund

      The Potlatch Fund provides grants and leadership development in Tribal communities throughout Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington. The Fund will offer the following grant programs in 2020: Language Preservation supports Native communities in their efforts to build plans and systems to support the transfer of Native languages from speakers to non-speakers in their community. The application deadline is June 16. Native Arts supports traditional and contemporary projects working to strengthen Native art forms that develop a stronger sense of identity and livability of the community. The application deadline is August 11. Visit the Fund’s website to learn more about each of the grant programs.
    • Grants Strengthen Economic Mobility in Bank Communities
      Bank of America Charitable Foundation
      The Economic Mobility Focused on the Needs of the Community category provides support for affordable housing, revitalization, the arts, and the environment. Applications will be accepted from June 1 through June 26, 2020. Visit the Foundation’s website to learn more about the funding priorities and application procedures.
    • Program Helps Preserve Native Languages
      Department of Health and Human Services

      The Native American Language Preservation and Maintenance program supports assessments of the status of native languages in an established community, as well as the planning, design, restoration, and implementation of native language curriculum and education projects to support a community’s language preservation goals. Native American communities include American Indian tribes (federally-recognized and non-federally recognized), Native Hawaiians, Alaskan Natives, and Native American Pacific Islanders. The application deadline is July 1, 2020.
    • Support for Local Archives Throughout the U.S.
      Andrew W. Mellon Foundation: Call for Proposals to Community-Based Archives

      The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation supports organizations that represent and serve marginalized communities in the United States or its territories through its Call for Proposals to Community-Based Archives. Grants will fund one or more of the following areas of need: operational costs, including general support for staff, space, and utilities; collections care, including the acquisition of new materials, physical and digital storage fees, and access and preservation efforts; and programming activities, including events, exhibitions, and publications. Grants ranging from $25,000 to $100,000 will be provided to organizations with an annual operating budget of at least $50,000 and no more than $1 million. Applying organizations must have an established archive that has been in operation for two or more years. The registration deadline is June 26, 2020; applications must be submitted by July 1, 2020. Visit the Foundation’s website to review the 2020 call for proposals.
    • Grants Address Environmental and Urban Farming Issues in the Northeast and Southeast Regions
      Merck Family Fund

      The Merck Family Fund is dedicated to protecting the natural environment and ensuring a healthy planet for generations to come and to strengthening the social fabric and the physical landscape of urban communities. The Fund provides grants to nonprofit organizations that address one of the following three program areas: The Reducing CO2 Emissions Through Energy Efficiency and Carbon Pricing program supports the development of political and economic drivers at the federal and state level in the Northeast and Southeast to establish or expand carbon pricing mechanisms. The Conserving Ecologically Valuable Land program provides grants for land conservation efforts in the Southeast. The Urban Farming and Youth Leadership program supports initiatives in New York City and Philadelphia as well as low-income urban areas in Massachusetts that help young people to create urban farms and local markets. The final deadline for letters of inquiry in 2020 is July 10; invited full proposals will be due July 31, 2020. Visit the Fund’s website to learn more about the program areas and application process.
    • Fellowships for City Leaders in Targeted Cities
      Emerging City Champions

      Emerging City Champions is a fellowship program, funded by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation and managed by 8 80 Cities, for young civic innovators with bold ideas to enhance public space, mobility, and civic engagement. The fellowship is open to anyone with an innovative project idea and the drive to see it through in one of Knight Foundation’s investment communities in 16 states. The program is looking for city leaders with creative solutions that activate public life in public spaces, enhance mobility options, and build a culture of civic engagement. Twenty Champions will receive $5,000 in seed funding to implement one community project in one year, as well as ongoing support and mentorship from city building experts. Applicants, who must be 19 to 35 years old at the time they apply, may be activists, educators, tactical urbanists, designers, artists, entrepreneurs, and more. The application cycle will be open from June 1 through July 12, 2020. Visit the Emerging City Champions website to learn more about the fellowship program.
    • data.org Inclusive Growth and Recovery Challenge
      data.org, in partnership with the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth and The Rockefeller Foundation, has launched the $10 million data.org Inclusive Growth and Recovery Challenge. The Challenge is an open call for breakthrough ideas that harness the power of data science to help people and communities thrive, especially in the wake of COVID-19’s economic impact. Inclusive growth proposals are encouraged from and for anywhere in the world. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, jobs of tomorrow—leave no worker behind; access to capital—leave no entrepreneur behind; and cities and towns—leave no place behind. The Challenge is open to any individual, organization, or collaboration from anywhere in the world, including nonprofits, for-profits, individuals 18+ and above, and governments and U.N. agencies. The application deadline is July 17, 2020.
    • Programs to Enhance Communities in Appalachian OH, PA, and WV Funded
      EQT Foundation

      The EQT Foundation supports nonprofit organizations in the communities where the company operates in eastern Ohio, southwestern Pennsylvania, and northern West Virginia. The Foundation gives priority to programs that address the following areas: The Education category focuses on providing access to programs that enhance proficiency in core academic skills, with emphasis on STEM programs. The Community and Economic Development category promotes the development of livable communities that can attract residential and commercial growth and sustain a healthy local economy. The Environment category supports the preservation of local natural resources as well as activities to minimize adverse impacts on the environment. The Arts and Culture category encourages initiatives that are designed to give communities more exposure to artistic programming, or that promote expanded awareness of the diverse culture and heritage of Appalachia. The Diversity category promotes programs that foster racial diversity. The upcoming application deadline is August 1. Visit the company’s website to review the funding priorities and submit an online application.
    • Social Justice Litigation Projects Funded
      The Barbara McDowell and Gerald S. Hartman Foundation

      The Barbara McDowell and Gerald S. Hartman Foundation aims to improve the economic well-being and social conditions of disadvantaged persons and groups in the United States by supporting nonprofit organizations that undertake systemic litigation. The Foundation provides grants for social justice litigation designed to have systemic impact in a wide range of areas, including access to benefits, children’s rights, disability rights, discrimination, domestic violence, homelessness, housing, Native American rights, prisoners’ rights, refugee and immigrant rights, voting rights, and veterans’ rights. The Foundation seeks to award grants for systemic type cases that will have an impact on a specific area of the law or a legal issue through the establishment of a legal precedent. The Foundation does not support cases where the relief sought is for an individual except if it would involve an important legal precedent addressing a systemic issue. The application deadline is August 1, 2020. Visit the Foundation’s website to review the funding guidelines.
    • Community Programs in Hawaii Funded
      Alexander & Baldwin Kokua Giving Program

      The Alexander & Baldwin Kokua Giving Program creates opportunities to help build vibrant communities, with healthy and fulfilling lives for the people of Hawaii. The program’s areas of interest include the following: health and human services, education, environment and land stewardship, arts and culture, and community development. Applying organizations should have the proven support of the community the organization serves. Upcoming application deadlines are August 1, and October 1, December 1, April 1, and June 1, annually.
    • Funds for Public Safety Initiatives in Company Communities
      Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation

      The mission of the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation is to impact the lifesaving capabilities and the lives of local heroes and their communities. The Foundation supports public safety organizations in the communities served by Firehouse Subs restaurants across the country. The Foundation’s areas of interest include the following: Life-Saving Equipment, Disaster Relief, Prevention Education, Support of Members of the Military, and Scholarships and Continuing Education. Public safety organizations, such as fire departments, law enforcement agencies, first responders, EMS organizations, nonprofit organizations, and schools are eligible to apply. Grants generally range from $15,000 to $25,000. Grant applications are reviewed quarterly; the remaining 2020 deadlines are August 19 and November 11. Visit the Firehouse Subs Public Safety Foundation website to access grant FAQs and submit an online application.
    • Support for Colorado Organizations Strengthening Healthcare Options
      Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation

      The mission of the Delta Dental of Colorado Foundation is to elevate the well-being of all Coloradans by advancing oral health equity. In 2020, the Foundation is responding to the effects of COVID-19 by supporting nonprofit organizations that deliver collaborative wrap-around services with multiple options that empower community members to access and navigate larger systems that impact their health. This funding strategy aligns with the Foundation’s traditional approach to funding, yet extends beyond the oral health equity priority to align current greater health concerns within three strategic focus areas: access to care, prevention, and health connections. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis through August 31, 2020. Visit the Foundation’s website to review the grant guidelines.
    • Book Acquisition Grants Offered to Rural Libraries
      The Pilcrow Foundation: Children’s Book Project
      The mission of the Pilcrow Foundation is to provide new, quality, hardcover children’s books to rural public libraries across the United States. The Foundation’s Children’s Book Project supports libraries located in a rural area within the 50 United States that have a limited operating budget and an active children’s department. Through the program, a library’s local sponsors can contribute from $200 to $400, which the Foundation matches on a 2-to-1 ratio. Thus, a library can receive up to $1,200 worth of children’s books. The Foundation provides a list of over 500 quality hardcover children’s books from which grant recipients can select books best suited for their community. The Foundation accepts applications from independent rural public libraries and Native American Tribal libraries as well as libraries that are part of a county, regional, or cooperative system. The application deadlines are October 1 and April 1, annually. Visit the Foundation’s website for more information about the Children’s Book Project.
    • Support for Pacific Northwest Environmental Initiatives
      The Lazar Foundation

      The Lazar Foundation is dedicated to supporting innovative and strategic projects that protect the environment in the Pacific Northwest, including Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. The Foundation’s specific grantmaking areas of interest include the conservation of large, biologically significant terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems; the preservation of biological diversity; initiatives that broaden the environmental movement; and projects that strengthen the capacity of the environmental movement’s ability to develop, shape, and communicate its message. Letters of interest may be submitted at any time; invited full proposals are due October 1 and April 1, annually. Application guidelines are available on the Foundation’s website.
    • Health Initiatives in Utah Funded
      Utah Medical Association Foundation
      The Utah Medical Association Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that strive to promote the health of the citizens of Utah. Grants are provided to nonprofit organizations that work to improve or support education of physicians and nurses, improve facilities and treatment options, and support public health projects that serve to mitigate or prevent disease. The Foundation is interested in supporting specific projects rather than providing general operating support. The application deadlines are October 15 and April 15, annually.
    • Organizations Dedicated to Pet Welfare Supported
      Banfield Foundation

      The Banfield Foundation is committed to improving the well-being of pets nationwide through four different grant programs. These programs include Veterinary Medical Equipment Grants, Veterinary Assistance Grants, Pet Advocacy Grants, and Disaster Relief Grants. Applications can be submitted at any time for all of the programs, except Pet Advocacy Grants, which have submission deadlines of October 31 and April 30, annually. Visit the Programs page of the Foundation’s website to apply. For additional information about any of these programs, please email info@banfieldfoundation.org.
    • Innovative Organizations in Louisiana and New Mexico Funded
      The Frost FoundationThe Frost Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations in the states of Louisiana and New Mexico. The Foundation’s areas of grantmaking interest include education, human service needs, and the environment. The Foundation’s efforts are directed primarily to supporting exemplary organizations that can generate positive change beyond traditional boundaries, to encouraging creativity that recognizes emerging needs, and to assisting innovation that addresses current urgent problems. Priority is given to programs that have the potential for wider service or educational exposure than an individual community. The proposal summary deadlines are December 1 and June 1, annually.
    • ONGOING FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
    • Peace First’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants
      Peace First’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants program is a coaching and grant process to help young people around the world lead projects that address community impacts of COVID-19. Project ideas range from providing meals to elderly neighbors to launching digital mental health campaigns to support youth feeling isolated. Rapid response grants are open to young people between the ages of 13-25, anywhere in the world. The application form is available here.
    • CcHUB Funding and Design Support for COVID-19 Projects
      Co-Creation Hub (CcHUB) is providing research and design support, via their Design Lab, for COVID-19 related projects. These include, but are not limited to, projects in the following areas: educating the public and ensuring the right information reaches even remote locations; support for the infected and the most vulnerable in society; local production of essential medical supplies; and support for the food value chain, from producers to consumers, in the event of movement restrictions. Projects can be focused on a particular African country, the African continent, or the world at large. Organizations and individuals working on a project or with project ideas, with the capability to build out the solution with available resources from CcHUB, are encouraged to fill out this form.
    • Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting: Coronavirus News Collaboration Challenge
      The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting is seeking proposals that develop innovative approaches to reporting on the novel coronavirus crisis using collaboration among journalists and newsrooms across state lines or national borders. Priority is given to proposals that focus on systemic, under-reported issues underlying the coronavirus crisis; use data-driven or interdisciplinary approaches to reporting on coronavirus; and hold the powerful accountable. This opportunity is open to all newsrooms and independent journalists in the United States and abroad. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
    • Coronavirus Local Response Initiative
      Bloomberg Philanthropies has launched the Coronavirus Local Response Initiative to help American mayors respond to the rapidly evolving Coronavirus. Bloomberg Philanthropies will work with partners to identify the needs and lessons learned from cities experiencing the outbreak in real time, which can then be shared with additional cities eager to get ahead of the virus’ spread. With public health expertise from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, the network will provide mayors with the most up-to-date information on the virus from the Centers for Disease Control and help them understand and act on the most relevant and accurate information available. Mayors will convene virtually and receive coaching on crisis leadership and crisis communications. This initiative is open to all U.S. cities and will accommodate as many participants as possible. Interested mayors and city leaders should email coronavirusresponse@bloomberg.org to apply.
    • Grants Empower Organizations in the State of Hawaii and the San Francisco Bay Area
      Gerbode Foundation

      The Gerbode Foundation primarily supports nonprofit organizations that work to cultivate social change and creativity in the San Francisco Bay Area of California and the state of Hawaii. The Foundation’s program areas include the following: The Advancing Truth program area seeks to elevate the voices of truth to counter misinformation, and partners with organizations that use media and new technologies as tools to inform and engage the public on critical issues. The Justice program area seeks to advance justice for populations that are currently experiencing trauma and persecution. The Environment program area promotes conservation of open space, water quality, and environmental justice. Letters of inquiry may be submitted throughout the year. (The Special Awards in the Arts Program supports the creation of new works in dance, theater production, and music composition in the San Francisco Bay Area. This program has a separate application process.) Details about each of the Foundation’s program areas are available on the Foundation’s website.
    • Funds Promote Racial Equity in the Washington, DC, Region
      Meyer Foundation

      The Meyer Foundation invests in solutions in the greater Washington, DC, community, including surrounding locations in Maryland and Virginia, that shift systems toward racial equity—when race no longer predicts access, opportunities, how one fares, or who thrives. The Foundation applies a systems approach to achieve a just, connected, and inclusive greater Washington by supporting work that seeks to 1) address the root causes of racial disparities in housing, education, and economic well-being; 2) shift the conditions, policies, practices, priorities, culture, and power to create systems that are equitable and inclusive; and 3) build the power and leadership of the people most directly affected by inequity based on the unique context of their experiences. Grants typically range from $10,000 to $60,000, with a focus on general operating grants. Online Interest Forms may be submitted throughout the year. Visit the Foundation’s website to download the Grants Guide.
    • Support for Youth and Environmental Initiatives in Hawaii and Oregon
      The Healy Foundation

      The Healy Foundation is dedicated to building community and supporting the environment and youth in the states of Hawaii and Oregon. Grants are provided in the following areas of interest: youth education (up to age 25), youth advocacy, reduction of childhood poverty, climate change mitigation, and protection of ecosystems. The Foundation’s unrestricted grants range up to $50,000. Nonprofit organizations working in Hawaii or Oregon may submit a letter of inquiry at any time throughout the year. Visit the Foundation’s website to review the funding guidelines and online application procedure.
    • Support for Community Organizing Efforts to Confront Poverty
      Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People
      The Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People (SDOP) participates in the empowerment of economically poor, oppressed, and disadvantaged people who are seeking to change the structures that perpetuate poverty, oppression, and injustice. SDOP currently supports groups in the United States who are oppressed by poverty and social systems, want to take charge of their own lives, are organizing to do something about their own conditions, and have decided that what they are going to do will produce long-term changes in their lives or communities. Supported projects must be presented, owned, and controlled by the groups of people who will directly benefit from them. In addition, projects should utilize some combination of the SDOP core strategies to promote justice, build solidarity, advance human dignity, and advocate for economic equity. Applications may be submitted throughout the year.
    • Sponsorships and Grants Enhance Quality of Life in Texas Communities
      NRG Retail Charitable Foundation

      The NRG Retail Charitable Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that strive to improve the quality of life in communities served by Reliant Energy throughout the state of Texas. The Foundation’s areas of interest categories include the following: Community and Economic Development, Education, Environment and Energy Efficiency, and Health and Well-Being. The Foundation gives priority to initiatives that strengthen community involvement and inclusiveness. Applications for sponsorships and grants may be submitted at any time. Visit the Reliant Energy website to review the areas of interest categories and learn more about the application process.
    • Native Land Control Initiatives Supported
      Indian Land Tenure Foundation

      The Indian Land Tenure Foundation is a national, community-based organization serving American Indian nations and people in the recovery and control of their rightful homelands. The Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations, tribal governments, state and local government agencies, and educational institutions that are working in the following strategic program areas: education, cultural awareness, economic opportunity, and legal reform. Letters of inquiry are accepted throughout the year.
    • Grants Promote Social Justice and Environmental Protection Programs Worldwide
      Wallace Global Fund

      The mission of the Wallace Global Fund is to promote an informed and engaged citizenry, to fight injustice, and to protect the diversity of nature and the natural systems upon which all life depends. Grants are provided for initiatives at the national and global levels, as well as for significant local or regional programs offering the potential to leverage broader impact. The focus is on nonprofit organizations and non-governmental organizations that are catalyzing significant change in line with one of the following priority areas: Challenge Corporate Power, Defend and Renew Democracy, Protect the Environment, Promote Truth and Creative Freedom in Media, and Advance Women’s Human Rights and Empowerment. Online letters of inquiry may be submitted at any time. Visit the Fund’s website to learn more about the priority areas and application guidelines.
    • Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative
      The purpose of the Oregon Immigrant and Refugee Funders Collaborative, a joint initiative of the Collins Foundation, MRG Foundation, Meyer Memorial Trust, Pride Foundation, and the Oregon Community Foundation, is to create a coordinated funding approach to address urgent and emerging issues impacting immigrants and refugees in Oregon, and to support local organizations responding to these issues. Grants support projects that provide legal information, services, and representation for immigrants and refugees; outreach and education about policies, programs, services, and preparedness; information gathering, research, and analysis on immigration and refugee issues; basic human needs for immigrants and refugees; and community organizing, civic engagement, and advocacy. Most awards through the Collaborative are under $50,000 and decisions are generally made within four weeks; small requests of up to $4,000 with a one-week turnaround are also considered. Visit any of the participating funders’ websites to learn more about the Collaborative and to download the application form.
    • Support for Conservation Efforts in New England and Upper New York State
      Fields Pond Foundation

      The primary mission of the Fields Pond Foundation is to provide financial assistance to nature and land conservation organizations that are community-based and that serve to increase environmental awareness by involving local residents in conservation issues. The Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations in the six New England states and upper New York State that request one of the following: project grants for trailmaking and other enhancement of public access to conservation lands, rivers, coastlines, and other natural resources; land acquisition for conservation; assistance in establishment of endowments as a means of funding stewardship of conservation areas; and support for related education programs and publications as components of a land protection project. Grant applications may be submitted throughout the year. Application guidelines and forms are available on the Foundation’s website.
    • Minnesota Council of Nonprofits, foundation deadlines in Minnesota, http://tinyurl.com/j7x5ac8
    • Programs Aiding the Homeless in Minnesota Funded
      Edina Realty Foundation

      The Edina Realty Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations in the communities the company serves throughout the state of Minnesota and in western Wisconsin. The Foundation focuses on organizations that support homeless individuals, children, and families as well as homelessness prevention programs. Examples of funded programs include providing safe shelter, food, and clothing; promoting education and job readiness; aiding families facing financial crisis; and providing outreach medical care. Requests may be submitted at any time to the Foundation Representative at the local Edina Realty office.Visit the Foundation’s website to download the grant application form.

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