Applications Open for NCW Foundation for Youth Grant

The Community Foundation of NCW is now managing the NCW Foundation for Youth Grant, providing funds to support programs that directly benefit pre-K through 12th grade youth in Chelan and Douglas counties.

Applications are now open, are accepted year-round, and awarded every other month. Up to $1,000 can be requested and funds must be expended within one year.

Examples of previously funded programs include: Shop with a Cop, Beauty of Bronze, Girls on the Run, PTSA programs, after-school programs, and other activities that engage youth.

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  1. Cindy on June 4, 2018 at 11:48 AM

    Hello, My name is Cindy Nelson,I live in Oroville Washington. I was wondering if there’s a program or grant money for Okanogan County. There’s a few members from the Oroville Grange #985 That would like to start a summer youth program, at the Grange. If you have any good ideas or resources, we’d love to here from you. Thanks for your time. Cindy Nelson Overseer and Treasure for the Oroville Grange #985.

    • Jennifer Dolge on July 2, 2018 at 8:42 AM

      Hi Cindy,
      Our Regional Impact Grant is open to 501c3 nonprofit organizations in Okanogan County for programs and support. Deadline is August 1st, you can find more information here: http://www.cfncw.org/regionalimpactgrant. If you have more questions, please call Claire Oatey, director of community grants, at 509-663-7716 or email claire@cfncw.org.

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