Foundation / Corporation
Innovia Foundation and The Zone Project
Grants to Washington nonprofit organizations, federally recognized tribes, school districts, and municipalities to provide high quality out-of-school programming for children and youth in eligible areas. Funding is intended to improve access to health, educational, and social-emotional support that will assist children and youth succeed through the key transitional years. This program should benefit northeast Spokane residents.
The Zone Project is a multi-sector initiative focused on safe and nurtured kids, thriving families, and connected schools and neighborhoods in northeast Spokane.
To support the whole child and whole family, the ELP will work closely with Spokane Public Schools, families, youth-serving organizations and health, education and social service partners. The intention of this program is to support and align high-quality, out-of-school programming that is measurable and sustainable.
When developing your proposal, please consider incorporating one or more of the following:
Proposals for summer grant funding must advance at least one of the following student outcomes:
Successful proposals will also address one or more of the following program objectives:
GrantWatch ID#: 186751
Funding amounts are based on anticipated number of students served:
- Organizations planning to serve 30-300 children total in summer 2020 may request $10,000 – $49,999.
- Organizations planning to serve 100 or more children daily may request $50,000 – $100,000.
Grant funding is for summer 2020 programming. The grant period is April 1, 2020 to September 1, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://www.grantinterface.com/Process/Apply?urlkey=innovia
Alicia Heiser, Innovia Foundation Grants Program Associate,
USA: Washington: Northeast Spokane
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