TERRE HAUTE, Ind. — The Wabash Valley Community Foundation announced Monday its grant cycle is now open.
The Wabash Valley Community Foundation, along with its affiliates the Clay County Community Foundation and Sullivan County Community Foundation, use an online grant application process for Letters of Intent and full proposals. The link to the online application and accompanying forms may be accessed via the Community Foundation’s website at http://wvcf.org/grantapplicationforms.
Grant seeking community groups and nonprofit organizations in Clay, Sullivan and Vigo counties must complete the Community Foundation’s new online Letter of Intent process by the May 1 deadline. Upon submission deadline, Letters of Intent are reviewed and selected applications will be invited to submit the full proposal at the appropriate deadline.
Nonprofit agencies and organizations are encouraged to access the guidelines and instructions to check eligibility and guideline criteria. All interested agencies and organizations must contact Kelli Miller at the Community Foundation prior to submitting an application. Contact Miller via email at email@example.com or via telephone at (812) 232-2234.
The Wabash Valley Community Foundation, a tax-exempt public charity created by and for the people in the Wabash Valley, enables people with philanthropic interests to easily and effectively support the organizations and issues they care about – immediately or through their estate plans. Donors may give to existing funds or establish a charitable fund at the Community Foundation by contributing a variety of assets.
For more information on the Community Foundation, call Beth Tevlin, Executive Director, at (812) 232-2234 or visit www.wvcf.org.