Fall 2016 Grant Cycle Now Open

The Legacy Hall of Fame and Service League funds are accepting grant proposals. Grant applications may be submitted online until October 31 at 5 pm.

The Legacy Hall of Fame Fund seeks to honor families that have been generous to the Bartlesville community and are members of the Foundation’s Legacy Hall of Fame.

“We can think of no better way to say thank you to our Legacy Hall of Fame members than to give back to the community they have tirelessly supported,” says Shawn Crawford, Executive Director of the Foundation.

Any 501(c)3 is eligible to apply for a grant from the Legacy Hall of Fame Fund. This fund looks for applicants with the most innovative proposals in the areas of programs, new initiatives, or capacity building. Several grants will be awarded and nonprofits may request up to $1,500. Learn more about the Legacy Hall of Fame and its members.

Apply for the Legacy Hall of Fame Fund at http://bartlesvillecf.org/grants-overview/legacy-hall-of-fame-fund/

For more than 50 years, Service League provided teens with a safe place to gather at the Youth Canteen, awarded scholarships to area students and supported the youth of Washington County. The Service League operated the Bargain Box Annex and held the Kitchens & More Tour to support their charitable work.

The Service League continues its legacy of supporting Washington County youth through their Service League Fund, providing grants to programs and organizations that offer services to teens and children.

The Service League Fund invites proposals for their fall grant cycle. Any 501(c)3 offering programs and services for youth in Washington County may apply for a maximum of $5,000. This fund looks for applicants searching for support in the areas of general operating, programming, new initiatives and training.

Apply to the Service League Fund at http://bartlesvillecf.org/grants-overview/service-league-fund/

Questions and request for details are available by contacting Mirelle Onukwube at 918.337.2287.

Both applications are to be submitted online at bartlesvillecf.org by 5pm October 31, 2016.

The Bartlesville Community Foundation strengthens nonprofits through The Power of Together. The Foundation builds permanent endowments, manages grant and scholarship programs, supports new charitable endeavors, and offers educational opportunities to enhance nonprofits and donors’ philanthropic goals.