The Fund for Bartlesville seeks to support the charitable work of community nonprofits and to recognize excellence in addressing community needs.

This spring grant cycle looks for applicants with the most innovative proposals in the areas of programs, new initiatives, or capacity building. Organizations may request up to $2,500 in their proposals.

This grant will open February 1st, 2018at 8am and close March 2nd, 2018 at 5pm.

 

PRO TIP: Go through the application and copy all requested information onto a word document. Answer all questions in that word document so you can save your work as you go. When you have answered everything to your satisfaction copy and paste answers into the online form. Save the word document for the next time you submit a grant for that project so you don’t have to start from scratch. 

 

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  • The Fund for Bartlesville seeks to support the charitable work of community nonprofits and to recognize excellence in addressing community needs.

    This spring grant cycle looks for applicants with the most innovative proposals in the areas of programs, new initiatives, or capacity building. Organizations may request up to $2,500 in their proposals.

    Any 501(c)3 is eligible to apply. When reviewing applications for grants from the Fund for Bartlesville, the grants committee will consider the following:

    What type of support is being requested?Project or program support- Supports specific projects or programs that help fulfill the mission of the organization.

    Seed money - To establish or initiate a new project or program. Applicants should take care to explain how the initiative will be sustained after the grant.

    Capacity building- Activities that strengthen an organization and help it better fulfill its mission, such as technology, staff, equipment, training, publications, speakers, and conferences. Applicants should pay special attention to how it will measure the success of the increased capacity.

    Other considerations:

    Is the program, project, or capacity for which funding is requested sustainable? In other words, is there confidence that the initiative will continue after Foundation support ends?

    Questions and request for details are welcome. Contact Shawn Crawford at 918.337.2287.