FALL GRANT CYCLE LETTERS OF INTENT WERE DUE SEPTEMBER 30, 2019. APPLICATIONS DUE NOVEMBER 1, 2019.
Letters of Intent for the spring grant cycle open on February 1, 2020 and are due March 31, 2020. Applications will be due May 1, 2020.
In an effort to increase our effectiveness as a Grantmaker and create a system that supports you as a grantee, we implemented a new Online Grants Management System in summer 2018.
To begin the application process, please read the information below, then click the button at the bottom of the page.
A grant applicant creates an account in the Online Grants Manager, then logs on to that account to access or to start a new grant application. Your application can be saved as a draft, and when you log on again, it’s easy to return to that draft, make edits, and submit the application. Each account maintains a record of the application history, which is accessible at any time.
Once a grant is awarded, the Online Grants Manager allows grantees an easy way to see the status of their grant, check due dates, and submit electronic follow up grant reports right from their account.
We recommend that you carefully read the instructions and reference materials found on this page before registering and starting your first application.
All applicants are required to create an account in order to submit a Letter of Intent, Application, and any follow-up reports. We suggest creating your account well in advance of the grant deadline to avoid any last-minute issues. At the time of registration, you are required to enter the following information:
- A username that is an email address
- Your contact information
- Your organization’s information, including the EIN/Tax ID number (required)
- Contact information for the organization’s Executive Officer
The first person to register enters the organization’s information, which creates the organization profile. It’s important to enter this information accurately at registration, because after this point the organization profile can only be edited by Community Foundation staff. For an organization to easily view its full history of grants and requests, we recommend consolidating all applications into one user account.
If you are unsure how to set up your organization’s account, or if you are a grantwriter for multiple organizations, please contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 331-208-9428 to discuss your options. (Additional users can be added by Community Foundation staff.)
We encourage you to read through the Guidelines to the Grantmaking Program to determine your eligibility to apply before beginning the application process. In addition, there is a FAQ page on the website that may be a helpful resource as well.
For the best user experience when accessing our Online Grants Manager, we suggest using one of the following browsers: Google Chrome 14 or higher, Firefox 9 or higher, or Safari 4 or higher. It is fine to use Internet Explorer, but you may encounter some minor technical issues.
If you have questions about eligibility, contact Julie at email@example.com or 331-208-9428.