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Grant Guidelines

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We invest in relevant and timely activities that use a cooperative approach to community building. Successful proposals will describe the essential work you do in the community, how it involves others in the community who need to be a part of truly successful problem-solving and long-term planning for our community’s future.

We place the highest priority on ideas that fuel inspiring, actionable, relevant programs which:

Advance diversity, equity and inclusion
Leverage resources
Cultivate neighborliness by building relationships
Link demonstrated needs with opportunities
Address and help resolve important existing or emerging community issues
Facilitate cooperation and collaboration among organizations
Lift community voices
Catalyze change while building capacity


Unless otherwise noted in the grant round you are applying for, eligible applicants include nonprofit organizations with a valid letter from the IRS recognizing its 501(c)3 status, Native American Tribes, religious and educational institutions, and projects with an approved fiscal sponsor. City or County Government requests for non-essential, quality of life, community enhancement projects not typically funded through tax dollars may be eligible.

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