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The Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester, Tuckahoe

Deadline Date:

01/14/22 - Deadline for Member Agency Grants. Discretionary Grant Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Description:

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Grants to New York nonprofit organizations in eligible regions to address the needs of local residents. Funding is intended to support programs and agencies serving the community in the areas of education, health, and welfare. Eligible applicants are social service agencies or programs serving the needs of residents in the Villages of Bronxville and Tuckahoe, New York, the Town of Eastchester, New York, and areas located in the 10708 zip code (“the BET Target Area”).

There are four categories of grants:

  1. Member Agency Grants: Agencies which receive funding for their operating and administrative budget as well as for program support are considered “Community Fund Member Agencies”. In addition to their regular allocations, member agencies may also receive discretionary grant funding. The Fund reserves the right to review this membership annually.
  2. Conditional Member Agency Grants: An organization not currently a member agency may apply for Conditional Agency Membership, which request will be reviewed by the Evaluation Committee and ultimately must be approved by the Board. 
  3. Discretionary Grants: Discretionary grants are meant to fund either a specific time-limited project/program or provide seed money for a new initiative. Priority will be given to projects that are deemed to meet critical community needs and for which there is no other source of funding available. Emphasis will be placed on projects which encourage collaboration across the community. The applicant organization must meet the basic criteria for membership and the following requirements:
    1. The target area derives direct identifiable benefits from the organization’s services.
    2. The organization’s program is considered to meet a critical local need.
    3. The Program has clearly stated goals/objectives achievable within the grant period.. 
  4. Community Program Grants: Certain discretionary grants may qualify to become a Community Program Grant after the first year of funding if determined by The Fund that it (1) meets a broad, on-going local need, and (2) the sponsoring group is not eligible to become a Member Agency. 

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 167165

Estimated Size of Grant:

Discretionary Grants: Programs in this category shall generally be funded for a maximum of $10,000.

Term of Contract:

Conditional Membership Agency Grants: If approved by the Board, funding may be provided for a minimum of one year and maximum of three years, pending full evaluation of administrative and program effectiveness.

Discretionary Grants: Programs in this category shall generally be funded for one year.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

The Community Fund of Bronxville Eastchester Tuckahoe, Inc.’s (“The Fund”) mission is to provide funding and support for local agencies and non-profit groups serving the health, education and welfare needs of residents in the villages of Bronxville and Tuckahoe, New York, the Town of Eastchester, New York, and areas located in the 10708 zip code (“the Target Area”.)

Community Fund Member Grants:
- The Member Agency shall be an incorporated, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization exempt from Federal and State income tax and registered as a charitable organization with the New York State Department of State (unless exempted by the Board of Directors of The Fund.) The Member Agency shall have a written constitution and/or by-laws that clearly define its mission, its organizational structure and the duties, authority and responsibilities of its governing body.
- Agencies which are organized primarily for religious or political purposes shall not be eligible for participation. An agency operating under religious auspices must clearly distinguish both in its budget and program between those services of a health and welfare nature and those of a religious character.
For a full list of Criteria for Community Fund Member Agency Grants, see https://www.thecommunityfund.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/GRANT-APPLICATION-POLICIES-AND-PROCEDURES.pdf#page=2.

Discretionary Grants:
- As a rule, The Fund does not fund services that are obligations of the local governments or school systems.
- The Fund does not provide funds to groups which are organized primarily for religious or political purposes. An organization operating under religious auspices must clearly distinguish both in its budget and program between those services of a health and welfare nature and those of a religious character.
- Recreational sports leagues and cultural programs which generate revenue through participation fees are considered by The Fund to be self-financing. To the extent that there are safety concerns related to these activities, The Fund may consider applications for funding to address these needs (i.e.: request to purchase items such as safety kits, defibrillators, etc. will be considered). Programs which target a specific social need and “at risk” social group and provide a service unavailable elsewhere in the community may too be considered for funding
- In general, The Fund does not provide funds for capital projects.

Pre-Application Information:

2022 Community Fund Grant Application Schedule:
- Wednesday January 5th (8:30am) – Annual agency meeting
- Friday, January 14th – Grant applications due
- February/March: Applicants meet with Community Fund Evaluators to review agency, process and proposed application/project.
- Tuesday, April 5th , 6:30 PM – Agency Presentation Evening: Agency Applicants make twenty-minute presentations to the Evaluation Committee. (Bronxville School)
- End May/Early June: Allocations Announced, Allocation Letters and Agreements Sent to Agencies

Discretionary Grant Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Each year volunteers meet on-site with applicant agencies to conduct a thorough evaluation of the agency and the services provided, ensuring that they are meeting specific needs in the BET Community and comply with the funding criteria. The Community Fund begins reviewing applications in February and makes final allocations in late May/early June of each year.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

The Community Fund of Bronxville, Eastchester, Tuckahoe, Inc.
17 Sagamore Road
Bronxville, NY 10708
914.337.8808
info@thecommunityfund.org

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Geographic Focus:

USA: New York: The villages of Bronxville and Tuckahoe, New York, the town of Eastchester, NY and areas located in the 10708 zip code (the “BET” Target Area)

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