Methow Valley Fund Grant Application Now Open

MVFLogoDeadline: January 31

The Methow Valley Fund, managed by the Community Foundation of NCW, has opened its annual Methow Valley Fund Grant application.

The Methow Valley Fund provides up to $5,000 to support nonprofit organizations that address community needs and enhance the quality of life in the Methow Valley.

The types of programs supported include:

  • equipment purchases
  • marketing outreach
  • school field trips and education
  • family health services
  • capacity building
  • music, art, theater
  • other community needs

Established in 2006, the Methow Valley Fund aims to provide sustainable funding for a healthy, vibrant Methow Valley. Funds donated to the Methow Valley Fund are used to support the annual grant-making program.

All grant applications are evaluated by the Methow Valley Fund Advisors, a diverse group of local volunteers that live and work and are passionate about supporting charitable work in the valley.

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