Foundation / Corporation
Greater Salina Community Foundation (GSCF)
02/15/19 11:59 PM (CST)
Grants to Saline County, Kansas nonprofit organizations, government agencies, schools, and faith-based institutions for programs that promote a healthy lifestyle and environment. Funding is intended to support community wide projects, public health, capacity building, and seed money for programming and organizations throughout the County.
Grants from this fund will support the following:
- Grants from this fund support the public health of Saline County.
- Public Health is defined as the protection and promotion of the health and well-beings of individuals and their communities through encouragement of healthy lifestyles, behaviors and environments.
- Grants will be made to preventative programs/projects that support healthy living. Grants will not be made to support health care or programs to help those that are already ill.
Funding may be used for the following types of support:
- Project or program support: Specific projects or programs that serve the community and are linked to an organization’s primary service
- Seed money: Funds to establish or initiate a new project, program or organization. Seed money can cover salaries and other operating expenses of a new project (also known as start up funds).
- Capacity building: Activities that strengthen an organization and help it better fulfill its mission, such as equipment, staff, publications, training or convening.
- Capital: For construction or renovation of a facility.
The grants committee can choose to grant to any of the above type of requests, however preference will be given to grants for project, seed money, or capacity building.
The Kansas Health Foundation Fund for GSCF was established in response to the Kansas Health Foundation’s second chapter of the Giving Resources to our World (GROW II) matching grant challenge. (See link in Pre-Application Information below.)
When reviewing applications for grants from the Greater Salina Community Foundation, the following will be considered:
- Description of the project: Is the project clearly defined and easy for someone outside of your organization to understand?
- Definition of Need: Is there information about how the need was determined and also a clear explanation as to why the project needs to be funded at this time?
- Project Results & Evaluation: Are the project goals/results realistic and measureable? And is there a clear plan on how to measure success?
- Project Budget: Is the budget reasonable for the project? Is it clear and specific? Do the project expenses match the project revenue?
- Innovativeness: If this is a new or innovative project/program, does it fill a community need and is it well planned out?
- Repeat Grant: If this is an ongoing project, or a repeat grant, does it fill an important need in the community?
GrantWatch ID#: 182140
Grants may be made to the following:
- 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations, educational, government or religious institutions
- Individuals or organizations that do not fall into one of the above types of institutions (such as for-profit entities, volunteer groups, etc.) will only be considered if the request is for a charitable community grant. are encouraged to partner with a fiscal agent in one of those categories. If that is not possible, a grant may still be awarded for a charitable project, but with additional expenditure responsibility requirements as outlined in the Grant Making and Due Diligence Policy & Procedure guidelines. (See Supporting Documents below.)
- Grants are limited to projects or programs that benefit the community of Saline County, KS
The Foundation will not consider grants to the following:
- Political projects of any kind
- Organizations or projects that practice discrimination by race, color, creed, sex, age, or national origin
- Operating deficits or retirement of debt
All applicants will need to complete a grant application form through the online grant system.
GSCF Grant Applications are accepted and due on August 15, October 15, December 15, February 15. All applications must be submitted by 11:59pm (CST) on the day of the deadline.
Applicants will be notified by email if their organization received full or partial funding or in some cases, if funding has been denied. Decisions are typically made within 6-8 weeks after the application deadline.
For grant application related questions, contact the Foundation via email.
To learn about GROW II and the Kansas Health Foundation’s GROW Initiative: https://kansashealth.org/resources/grow-childrens-health-endowment-report/
Grant Guidelines: http://gscf.org/grant-guidelines/
How to Apply: http://gscf.org/search-apply-for-a-grant/
To view a Registration Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etScRJXC2bE
To view an Application Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oPa0E3V7uU
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For the online application portal: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=gscf
For questions, contact: email@example.com
Kansas Health Foundation Fund for GSCF
P.O. Box 2876
119 W. Iron, 8th Floor
Salina, KS 67402-2876
Ph (785) 823-1800
USA: Kansas: Saline County