Ingram-White Castle Foundation Grant

Grants to Central Ohio Nonprofits for Education, Human
Services, and the Empowerment of Young People

GrantWatch ID#: 178308
Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

The Columbus Foundation - Ingram-White Castle Foundation



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Grants to Central Ohio nonprofit organizations for projects in the areas of education and human services. Applicants are encouraged to attend a grant information session on May 3. The Foundation places a strong emphasis on empowering young people through self-improvement and encouraging full participation in a free society.

The Foundation supports programs that:
-Serve disadvantaged students and help them achieve academic success;
-Help prepare students for the world of work;
-Strengthen educational institutions; and
-Address critical human service needs.

Priority is given to those projects that:
-Encourage matching gifts or additional funding from other donors;
-Yield substantial benefits to the community for the resources invested; and
-Promote cooperation among agencies without duplicating services.

Support is generally given for one year.

Available for nonprofits with a 501(c)(3) status.

Grants are made primarily in the central Ohio area.

Generally, grants are not made for religious purposes, budget deficits, conferences, or projects that are normally the responsibility of a public agency.

There is a grants information session scheduled for May 3, 2017, from 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Grants Information Sessions are appropriate for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organizations serving Franklin County, Ohio. These sessions include information about how to use the online application system to apply for grants. See Contact Information below to RSVP.

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Priority will be given to applications demonstrating matching gifts or additional funding.

The Ingram-White Castle Foundation has two grantmaking deadlines per year: the second Friday of January and the first working day of August.

The next LOI deadline is August 1, 2017.

Only those LOI that best fit the IWCF’s grantmaking interests and are strongly competitive will be forwarded to the full proposal stage. The applicants that move to this phase of the proposal process will be notified of the full-application deadline via email. Decisions for grant awards are announced by the end of June and November.

It is no longer required that an applicant have a conversation with Foundation staff in advance of submitting an application. Instead, organizations are asked to review the Foundation’s mission and values and grantmaking focus to determine whether their LOI are aligned with the Foundation’s grantmaking interests:

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

Online application portal:

To RSVP for the grants workshop:

For questions:

Michael Wilkos

Tami Durrence

General phone: 614/251-4000

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