Proposals Call for Competitive Grants Program – United States
The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole has announced the Competitive Grants Program to support local organizations addressing community needs in Teton County, Wyoming.
Cash Grants for NGOs to improve access to justice around the world
Conservation Grants to research and generate local solutions to environmental problems
Foundation Grants of up to € 100,000 to increase people’s resilience to disasters
Innovative grants to address poverty issues by helping communities reduce violence, promote peace and recover from crises
The Community Foundation supports a wide variety of proposals, reflecting the fabric and diverse passions of the community.
Ideas for addressing issues in the arts, environment, social services, education, recreation, animals and civic arenas are all welcome.
The Community Foundation strategically grants over $500,000 a year to address the community’s most pressing issues and ensure its vibrancy.
Requests are accepted once a year, and the dedicated volunteer grants committee thoughtfully reviews each application and recommends awards.
2020 Competitive Grant Statistics:
Amount Funded: $637,400
Applications Funded: 48
Funding decisions are made by the dedicated volunteer Grants Committee of community members with diverse interests and experience.
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Each proposal must be represented by a single IRS approved charitable entity that will assume responsibility for the management of and reporting on the grant.
IRS approved organization types include 501c3 public charities, schools, governmental entities and religious organizations. Grant funds must be used in Teton County, Wyoming.
Organizations that have previously received a grant from the Community Foundation and have overdue grant reports are not eligible for new grant funding.
Note: If you have questions about your organization’s reporting status, please contact their office.
For more information, visit https://www.cfjacksonhole.org/apply/grant-programs/competitive-grants-program/