Foundation / Corporation
Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area (CFCSRA) - The St. Joseph Foundation
12/31/17 11:00 AM
Grants ranging from $500 to $15,000 to Georgia and South Carolina nonprofits, public agencies, and other charitable, educational, and health-related organizations for health and wellness programs and projects in eligible counties. For the purposes of these grants, eligible counties include Richmond, Columbia, McDuffie, and Burke counties in Georgia, and Aiken and Edgefield counties in South Carolina.
Funding will specifically be provided for proposals that focus on one of the following areas:
- Health Services Education
- Medical Uninsured
- Medical Underinsured
The St. Joseph Foundation looks for proposals that:
- Have a program/project that will positively impact persons and/or the community;
- Address a significant need, affecting a broad segment of the regions population or special populations;
- Have the ability to leverage other funding through the use of matching grants;
- Promote the cooperation of two or more agencies to avoid duplication of services and to coordinate resources and programs;
- Demonstrate the capacity to provide the necessary services using good administrative and financial management;
- Demonstrate support from outside the organization to sustain programs with volunteers and in-kind resources;
- Promote systems or approaches which can prevent individual, family or community problems.
When evaluating requests, The St. Joseph Foundation also considers the balance of geography, needs, and resources in the community.
Requests From New Organizations and for Operating Support:
The St. Joseph Foundation will consider the funding of new organizations for start-up or operating support, and smaller organizations for operating support. However, because The St. Joseph Foundation is interested in funding work that continues to address community needs long after the grant funds are depleted, these requests are reviewed carefully on a case-by-case basis and must make a convincing case that:
- The condition the proposal addresses is significant and can be measured;
- The applicant has the organizational ability to address the problem, is aware of other organizations that are working in the same area, and is the best organization to do this work;
- The organization and its program are likely to achieve the outcomes described in the proposal; and
- The organization has plans in place to ensure that its programs will continue to operate once grants funds are expended.
GrantWatch ID#: 176568
The St. Joseph Foundation sets a minimum amount of $500 and a maximum amount of $15,000.
A grant recipient has up to 12 months following the award notification date to request the funds. If funds are not requested within 12 months of the award date the grant will be rescinded.
Length of Project:
Normally, The St. Joseph Foundation does not support organizations on an on-going basis, preferring to distribute its currently limited funds among many organizations. When The St. Joseph Foundation receives a request for repeat funding, decision-makers carefully review proposals for other sources of funding and evidence of long-term financial strength. Generally, a project receives funding for one year. If an organization has received funding from The St. Joseph Foundation for the past two consecutive years, the organizations request may be denied. However, organizations are encouraged to apply for grants the following year.
The St. Joseph Foundation considers grant applications from organizations that:
- Are determined as charitable under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, public entities or other charitable, educational or health organizations.
- Provide programs and services to the counties in the CSRA.
- Submit only one Unrestricted Grant Application per year.
The St. Joseph Foundation discourages applicants from submitting applications in support of the following:
- Computer/word processing hardware not directly related to project or services;
- Grants for individuals;
- Building campaigns;
- Deficit financing and debt retirement;
- Fraternal organizations, societies or orders;
- Attendance at professional/association conferences or seminars;
- Political organization or campaigns;
- Lobbying legislators or influencing elections;
- Special fundraising events/celebration functions;
- Surveys, feasibility studies, marketing endeavors, advertising and personal research;
- Travel for individuals or groups such as bands, sports teams, and classes;
- Core operating expenses for public and private elementary and secondary schools and public and private colleges and universities;
- Projects that are typically the funding responsibility of federal, state or local governments;
Grant applications are accepted from August 1 through December 31.
Please Note: When the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, proposals are due before 11:00 AM on the following business day. Final grant decisions are approved by The St. Joseph Foundations Board of Directors in March.
It is preferred that funds granted by The St. Joseph Foundation are to be matched by funding from other sources.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Click here to apply online: http://stjosephfoundationaugusta.wufoo.com/forms/zpiu26o08ql6pm/
Please call the Foundations office at 706-724-1314.
USA: Georgia: Richmond, Columbia, McDuffie, and Burke counties; South Carolina: Aiken and Edgefield counties