Grant Opportunities

France Merrick Foundation Grant Program in the US

France Merrick Foundation Grant Program in the US

Deadline: 4-Jun-21

The France Merrick Foundation is seeking applications for its grant program.

Focus Areas

Civic & Culture
Community & Economic Development
Health & Human Services
Historic Preservation
Funding Information

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USD 1 million Partnership Fund for SDG Impact Projects

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Financial Support for Research Projects that protect and preserve Wildlife

Voluntary Multi-donor Fund offering up to 100,000 USD to NGOs

The request amount depends on the total project size, funds raised, remaining funding gap, plan and probability of closing the funding gap, etc.
They typically do not expect to fund 100% of a project.
They strongly prefer not to make grants under $10,000 and generally do not make grants that exceed $500,000.
Their median grant in the last five years was $50,000 and our average grant was $112,500.
Eligibility Criteria

The France-Merrick Foundation concentrates its grant-making within the State of Maryland and primarily within the greater Baltimore area.
Applicants must be a non-profit organization holding 501(c)(3) status under the Internal Revenue Code.
The Foundation favors one-time, project-oriented requests which have defined beginnings and endings, as opposed to annual giving or ongoing operational support.
Applicants must have the financial stability to sustain the project for which funding is being sought.
In addition, applicants are expected to demonstrate adequate administrative capacity, financial stability and program effectiveness, including the ability to describe evaluation criteria, methods and expected outcomes in their requests.
Ineligibility Criteria

Special events or advertising space in programs
Deficit financing/debt reduction
Political activities
General operating/annual giving
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