Foundation / Corporation
Junior League of Bakersfield
One grant of $50,000 to a Kern County, California non-profit organization for a sustainable capital expenditure project that supports the Foundation's goal of improving the lives of area women and/or children through education, family, social welfare and other programs. Interested applicants must submit a Letter of Intent by October 21, 2014.
While not limited to these, the following are some suggested and customary Capital Expenditures:
1. Acquisition of land, a building or other necessary organizational space.
2. The restoration, repair or renovation of an existing property for the same or a different usage.
3. Acquisition or upgrading of major technology or any other needed equipment.
4. Acquisition of a vehicle(s) necessary to help meet organizational goals.
A grant request for ordinary daily operating expenditures such as rent, utilities, salaries or consumable materials will not be considered.
GrantWatch ID#: 146778
While not completely mandatory, the JLB Selection Committee would prefer a maximum two year timeline from start to completion of the Capital Expenditure Project.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Junior League of Bakersfield
1928 - 19th Street, P.O. Box 2920
Bakersfield, CA 93303
Telephone: (661) 322-1671
Fax: (661) 324-2552
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