Foundation / Corporation
SBM Charitable Foundation
Grants to Connecticut nonprofit organizations and municipalities to improve the quality of life for local residents in eligible counties. First-time applicants are required to submit a pre-application form. Funding areas of interest include the arts, housing, human services, health, and education, with an emphasis on children, basic needs, and education enrichment. Eligible organizations serve individuals and families living and working predominantly East of the River, in Hartford, Tolland, and Windham Counties.
The SBMCF gives high priority to equality of opportunity for all members of society. Accordingly, it is the Foundation's expectation that, in carrying out any program funded by the SBMCF grant, your organization will take appropriate affirmative action steps.
The categories of grants funded by the Foundation are as follows:
Requests for program grants are a main focus, however community sponsorships, special community events, and capital projects may be considered.
GrantWatch ID#: 159882
A written report, including assessment of the program or project funded, will be required by the Foundation within twelve months of the grant award, before any further funding can be considered.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
First-time applicants' online Pre-Application: http://sbmfoundation.org/grant-application/
Please return your completed Grant Application to:
SBM Charitable Foundation, INc.
935 Main Street, Level C, Suite B101
Manchester, CT 06040
Fax: (860) 533-1067
Doreen H. Downham
Executive Director and Corporate Secretary
USA: Connecticut: Hartford, Tolland, and Windham Counties
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