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Tull Charitable Foundation Grant

Grants to Georgia Nonprofits for Arts, Health,
Human Services, Youth, and Education

GrantWatch ID#: 176229
Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Tull Charitable Foundation

12/01/16

Grants to Georgia nonprofit organizations for a broad range of activities to benefit communities within the State. Applicants may submit an optional LOI prior to applying. The Foundation makes grants in areas such as arts and culture, education and schools, health and human services, youth development, and civic improvement.

The Foundation's Trustees prefer to make grants that will have a significant and lasting impact on an organization as well as its community. Priority is given to grant requests that:

-Are framed within the context of the organization's strategic plan and that result in enhanced organizational capacity;

-Enable the organization to expand its impact on important community needs; and

-Are cost-effective.

Requests for major capital projects are eligible for consideration. Requests for endowments and for the start-up of new initiatives are sometimes considered.

Although multi-year grant commitments are occasionally approved by the Trustees, they are kept to a minimum.

An applicant organization must be exempt from federal taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

The Foundation does not utilize fiscal agents to handle funds for organizations that do not have an IRS certification letter.

Requests for operating support of any kind (program, project or administrative) are NOT eligible for funding.

The Foundation also does NOT make grants:
-To churches
-To sports booster clubs
-For tickets to charitable events or dinners
-For research
-For conferences or seminars
-To sponsor productions, performances or special events
-For legislative lobbying or other political purposes
-To retire accumulated debt

Prior to submitting a full proposal, it is recommended (but not required) that an applicant organization contact the Foundation via a concise Letter of Intent in order to determine the potential eligibility of the request.

A Letter of Intent does not qualify as having met the deadlines listed below. Only full proposals received by these deadlines will be considered at the Trustee meeting. The deadlines for completed proposals are as follows:

-December 1, 2016 for consideration at the January 2017 meeting
-March 1, 2017 for consideration at the April 2017 meeting
-June 1, 2017 for consideration at the July 2017 meeting
-September 5, 2017 for consideration at the October 2017 meeting

Applicants are encouraged to submit proposals well in advance of these deadlines.

Application Procedures: http://www.tullfoundation.org/app_procedures.asp

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

Carol D. Aiken, Assistant to the Director
404-659-7079
carol@tullfoundation.org

Tull Charitable Foundation
191 Peachtree St NE Suite 3950
Atlanta, GA 30303

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