Registration for Regional Impact Grant Now Open

Application Opens February 1st 
Deadline April 1st

This year, the application for the Regional Impact Grant will be completed through our new CFNCW Online portal. In order to best serve our grant seekers,  we are asking all applicants to first complete a quick Registration Form to give us some basic information on your organization and its request. Click on the link below to submit your registration.

Once we receive the form and approve your eligibility, we will email you a LOGIN and PASSWORD to access  the portal and apply for the grant, which opens February 1st. If you already have a LOGIN for the portal, you will not need to complete the registration form. The deadline for applications is April 1st, with award distribution in July.

Click Here to Register Now 

The Regional Impact Grant provides up to $5,000 available for general programs, special projects, start-up funding, small equipment, and other needs/enhancements for 501c3 nonprofit organizations in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties.

Government entities, public educational institutions, and religious organizations defined by the IRS in Section 170c1 or 170b1A are also eligible. All other organizations are required to seek a 501c3 fiscal sponsor to submit a grant request.

Preparing for the Grant

If you’d like to start preparing for the grant, here are some topics we will be asking you to respond to in the application:

  • Organization’s mission and leadership
  • Proposal description, need, budget, and evaluation
  • Operating budget and population served
  • Documents such as bids/quotes, list of board members, last year’s audit, and your 501c3 IRS determination letter

Questions? Contact Denise Sorom at   denise@cfncw.org or call 509-663-7716.

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