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Weld Community Foundation seeking applications to support grants for Youth programs/projects – United States

Weld Community Foundation seeking applications to support grants for Youth programs/projects – United States


Deadline: 1-Mar-21

The Weld Community Foundation has announced the Littler Youth Fund to support grants for youth programs/projects in Weld County and is all about making a positive impact in the lives of Weld County youth and addressing current and/or ongoing community needs.

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Funding Information

Grant range up to $10,000.

Eligibility Criteria

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Weld Community Foundation provides charitable funding to:
Nonprofits classified by the IRS as 501(c)(3) organizations
Other eligible tax exempt entities (such as municipalities, schools and faith-based organizations)
Non-exempt groups with a fiscal sponsor that is a 501(c)(3) organization, public school, or public agency
Organizations should also predominantly serve residents of Weld County, Colorado
Organizations applying:
must have a project with measurable outcomes
have programs that benefit the youth of Weld County (defined as birth to 18 years old)
address needs that are not met fully by existing organizational or community resources
have a well-planned approach to meeting an identified community issue and/or need
have an established base of support
bring committed, skilled leadership and qualified staff to undertake the project
Criteria

The Community Foundation gives priority to projects that meet one or more of the following criteria:

provide for more efficient use of community resources, promote coordination, cooperation and sharing among organizations and reduce the duplication of services in the community
test or demonstrate new approaches and techniques for solving important community problems
promote volunteer participation and citizen involvement in community affairs
build on local community strengths and assets
initiate efforts that will continue and grow in their effectiveness
For more information, visit https://weldcommunityfoundation.org/grant-programs/

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