Foundation / Corporation
Juneau Community Foundation
03/05/21 6:00 PM Receipt
Grants to Alaska nonprofit organizations, agencies, and schools to provide healthcare and social services to communities in eligible locations. Applicants must submit a Letter of Interest prior to applying. Funding is intended to support programs that address high priority social issues, including homelessness, suicide prevention, hospice, substance abuse, mental health, and relief for victims of abuse. Funded projects will also meet community needs in the areas of health, education, and income stability. Grants will benefit the residents of Juneau.
The Juneau Hope Endowment Fund was established in September 2014 with the intent of supporting nonprofit organizations and government agencies that provide programs and services in the Juneau community to address the social issues indicated above.
In 2015, the City and Borough of Juneau (CBJ) started adding their social service block grant funds to the Hope Fund grant program. Annually, the Foundation will award grants to organizations and agencies that address these social issues, funding the highest priority social service needs in Juneau.
CBJ Social Service Grants are for non-profit organizations to support services, programs, and projects to people in Juneau in these areas:
GrantWatch ID#: 166939
- Grants do not have a minimum or maximum funding level.
- Approximately $1.7 million will be available for granting.
- Approximately $1,000,000 will be available for Juneau Hope Endowment Fund grants annually;
- Approximately $750,000 will be available for CBJ Social Service grants after July 30, 2020, subject to funds allocated by the Assembly.
Grants are determined each year before the end of April, however funding is not available until after July 15. Grant funds can be expended until June 31 of the following year.
Cooperative proposals: Several agencies addressing a priority may be eligible for multi-year funding. Based on Letter of Interest, the applicant organization will be notified if they are approved for submitting a Cooperative Multi-Year proposal.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Please email the Letter of Interest to the Foundation at email@example.com.
Applications should be delivered or mailed to:
Juneau Community Foundation
350 N. Franklin Street, Suite 4
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Phone: (907) 523-5450
For questions, call Amy Skilbred at 907- 321-8884 or at the phone number indicated above.
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