Now Accepting Applications for Regional Impact Grant

The Community Foundation of North Central Washington is now accepting applications for Regional Impact Grants that provide up to $5,000 to support community needs and enhancements in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties.

Organizations eligible include:

  • Nonprofit organizations that are recognized as exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code;
  • Governmental entities, public educational institutions, and religious organizations defined by the IRS in Section 170(c)(1) or in 170(b)(1)(A);
  • Organizations/programs with a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor; or
  • Methow Valley organizations/programs that are supporting programs outside of the Methow Valley.

How to Apply

The Regional Impact Grant (RIG) application is available on our website and is managed by a third-party, Common Grant Application. Applying organizations will need to establish an account; directions on how to do so are on our website. We highly recommend you view the video tutorial to help guide you through the applications process.

Applications are due by the end of business on Monday, September 1st.

If you have previously received an RIG, please note you must sit out two grant cycles (spring and fall) before re-applying. If you have questions or need information about this, please contact us.

Note: Spring Regional Impact Grant awards have not yet been announced; applicants will be notified in late July.

Click here to learn more and apply 

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