Foundation / Corporation
06/28/19 5:00 PM CDT Receipt
Grants starting at $5,000 to Iowa, Nebraska, and South Dakota nonprofit organizations working in the areas of wildlife, conservation, arts, public broadcasting, or disaster relief to support capital projects. Applicants must request an invitation to apply prior to submitting a full application. The Foundation has a preference for organizations in the Sioux City area.
The goal of a capital campaign grant is to make a significant contribution to worthy renovation or expansion projects that will enhance the mission of the recipient charity. Some preference is given to the use of foundation funds to stimulate matching funds. Over the years, the Gilchrist Foundation has made about 55% of its total grants to endowment and capital campaigns. The Foundation also has a pattern of awarding about 45% of its total grants to the Arts, including not only the fine arts, but also cultural and historical groups.
The mission of the Gilchrist Foundation is to carry out the philanthropy established by the Gilchrist family. The emphasis is on fostering the long-term viability of the charity and enabling special projects rather than supplying short-term operating funds. The Foundation provides incentives and funds to pre-selected nonprofit organizations, with a preference for the Sioux City area. Interests considered for funding include Wildlife and Conservation, Arts and Public Broadcasting, and Disaster Relief.
GrantWatch ID#: 156856
Requests of $5,001 or above.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Request for Invite:
Or mail the invitation request form to:
Security National Bank
601 Pierce St.
Sioux City, IA 51101
Applications should be sent to:
Gilchrist Foundation, ATTN: Cari Gehling
Security National Bank
P.O. Box 147
Sioux City, Iowa 51102
USA: Iowa: Sioux City area; Nebraska; South Dakota
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