Foundation / Corporation
Community Foundation of the North State
09/16/20 5:00 PM PDT
Grants of up to $10,000 to California nonprofit organizations, public schools, and other public agencies to benefit Native American communities, rural populations, and youth in eligible regions. Funding may be requested for equipment, programs, and capital improvements or renovations. The program should benefit residents of Shasta and Trinity counties.
About the Redding Rancheria and Grant Program:
The Redding Rancheria, located adjacent to the City of Redding, is a Native American tribe comprised of members of the Wintu, Pit River and Yana peoples. The Redding Rancheria traces its origins as a Tribal Government back to 1922 and formally adopted its constitution in 1985.
The Redding Rancheria Community Fund at the Shasta Regional Community Foundation distributes the charitable giving of the Redding Rancheria. Contributions to this fund come primarily from Win-River Casino, which is owned and operated by the Redding Rancheria.
GrantWatch ID#: 152658
Grant proposals should be for no less than $500 and no more than $10,000. The average grant size to date is approximately $4,000.
Projects for which grant is being sought should be completed within 12 months of grant receipt.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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