Deadline for Community Impact Grants is June 1, 2019

Community Impact Grant

The purpose and goals of Stateline Community Foundation’s Community Impact Grant Program is to provide financial support to the programs and services of charitable organizations or causes that enhance the quality of life in the Stateline Area.

A Two-Step Process

STEP 1 — Submit a Letter of Inquiry
STEP 2 — If LOI is approved, you will be invited to submit a full grant application


Funds must be used for programs and services benefiting the Stateline Area
Awards vary, depending on availability of funds

Letter of Inquiry

In this initial stage of the application process, the Community Foundation will accept Letters of Inquiry from all interested parties who meet the grant criteria. Letters of Inquiry will be reviewed and selected organizations will be invited to submit a Full Grant Application.

  • Selected organizations will be notified of their status within 10 days following submission of their letter of inquiry.
  • Please submit your letter of inquiry by May 18th.
  • Submit Your Letter of Inquiry Online

BEFORE YOU BEGIN: You will be asked to provide the following information.

  1. Your organization’s name, address, phone, URL etc.
  2. Your name and contact information
  3. Project description
  4. Requested Amount
  5. Target audience for your grant request program/service and how they benefit.
  6. Budget

Letters of Inquiry that do not include all requested items will NOT be considered

Full Grant Application

If you are invited to submit a full proposal to the Stateline Community Foundation for a Community Impact Grant, the guidelines below will assist you in completing that proposal.

Proposals must be received by the Stateline Community Foundation by 5 pm on June 1, 2019.

You will be notified in writing of the Foundation’s Board of Directors decision after August 21, 2019.

When applying for a Community Impact Grant, include the following information:

  • Project summary. (Including evidence of need)
  • Project and agency budgets.
  • Project timeline.
  • Project benefits or outcomes in measurable terms. (Who will be better off and how?)
  • How are you working collaboratively with other local organizations to maximize the benefits to those served as well as resources obtained?
  • Principal sources of support. (Confirmed and potential)
  • If the project continues, indicate future funding plans.
  • A current list of the organization’s officers and directors.

All grant applications must be submitted online.  If you have any questions, please contact Tammy at

The Community Foundation reserves the right to refuse unsolicited proposals.

Community Impact Grant | Follow-up Report

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