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For questions regarding WRWF guidelines or process, you may email email@example.com. If we have questions about your proposal, we will contact you.
Wood River Women’s Foundation is committed to a fair, unbiased process. We do not accept any unsolicited communication related to topics other than questions about the guidelines or application process.
The total grant pooled amount is dependent on the number of women who join year to year. Nonprofits receiving the highest number of votes will be awarded their grants.
Yes. We encourage collaboration grants. The collaborating organizations will submit a single application. Each organization must be a 501(c)3 and may apply up to the individual maximum grant limit.
We accept proposals. Committee reviews and evaluate the applications, and will request a site visit, to select a finalist.
After each committee selects its finalist, all WRWF members receive information on the finalists. The finalists attend our Grant Presentation in March and make presentations about their proposals. WRWF members vote by individual ballot and that vote determines the grant recipients. Grant awards are announced in April.
No. As stated in the grant guidelines, WRWF seeks projects that expend grant funds within 12 months.
The $100,000 grant may be paid out over 1-2 years. Additional timing details to be determined.
Your guidelines indicate you will not fund capital campaigns. Will you fund capital expenditures as part of a proposal?
Yes. We will fund capital expenditures that are clearly related to the core mission of an organization.
Yes. If an organization has been awarded a grant 2 consecutive years, then it can not apply the following year.
Yes, you may apply the following year.
You may apply again the following year.
WRWF notifies all applicants at each stage of the application process, even if they do not receive a site visit, or become finalists.
Yes. WRWF distributes project grants through the Idaho Community Foundation in June.
You may apply for both the Focus Grant and the Pooled Fund Grant for different programs/projects but cannot be awarded a grant from both categories.