Foundation / Corporation
Morris Stulsaft Foundation
02/28/19 5:00 PM
Grants to San Francisco Bay Area, California organizations and schools for arts and culture programming for children and youth. Funding is intended to support in-school and after-school programs geared toward children and youth ages 5 to 18 from underserved communities. Eligible applicants may apply from the five San Francisco Bay Area counties of Alameda, Marin, northern San Mateo (extending south to Redwood City), San Francisco, and west Contra Costa.
The Foundation funds organizations with strong and effective leadership that prepare children and youth from economically vulnerable households for fulfilled and productive lives.
The Foundation believes that arts are integral to the development of a well-rounded person, and this is achieved by:
- Inspiring young people to develop an interest in the arts
- Providing hands-on experience in the arts
- Connecting children to their communities and promoting understanding of diverse cultures.
Programs must be connected to a school or school district, either by providing classes during the school-day or after-school. Programs must also offer participants a minimum of 15 hours of immersive art experience in any one summer or semester.
Strong applicants will provide continuous and sequential arts instruction. Programs should align with the California State Board of Education Standards for Visual and Performing Arts. (https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/vapacontentstds.asp).
GrantWatch ID#: 178346
The Foundation does not make multi-year grants, but subsequent requests may be considered.
The Foundation funds organizations that serve youth ages 5 - 18.
Grants are geographically limited to organizations headquartered in and serving the five San Francisco Bay Area counties of Alameda, Marin, northern San Mateo (extending south to Redwood City), San Francisco, and west Contra Costa.
The Foundation considers capital requests by invitation only.
The Foundation does not award grants to individuals or independent schools.
The Foundation does not support conferences, events, endowments, fund development, or deficit reduction.
The Foundation does not support psychological services to individuals or case management services.
Applications will be accepted through the online portal beginning Monday, February 18, 2019, and will be due by 5 p.m. on Thursday, February 28, 2019. The Decision Date will be in June 2019. Please check back as sometimes these dates might change due to unforeseen circumstances.
Only one request from an organization will be funded in a 12-month period.
Organizations may receive funding for up to three consecutive years. After three consecutive years of funding, an organization must take a one-year break before submitting a new application.
Please note: Receiving one grant is not a multi-year funding commitment. The board reviews all grant applications and makes funding decisions on an annual basis.
Submission Deadlines: https://www.stulsaft.org/grantseekers/submission-and-reporting-deadlines/
Application Instructions: https://www.stulsaft.org/grantseekers/new-applicants/
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Online application portal: https://pfs.smartsimple.us/welcome/MorrisStulsaft/
Please direct technical questions and feedback about the application process to:
Jessica Sutton, Grants Manager
Morris Stulsaft Foundation
1660 Bush Street, Suite 300
San Francisco, California 94109
(415) 561-6477 (Fax)
USA: California: The five San Francisco Bay Area counties of Alameda, Marin, northern San Mateo (extending south to Redwood City), San Francisco, and west Contra Costa