Nonprofit Reemergence Grant
Funding Reemergence Efforts for Nonprofits Impacted by Covid
The Nonprofit Reemergence Grant is a temporary grant program to support 501(c)3 charitable organizations located in Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties as they recover from the current public health crisis and adapt their operations for future viability. Organizations are also encouraged to attend the Nonprofit Remergence Learning Series to strengthen nonprofit resilience and support them through this application process.
Reemergence Grants are intended for:
- General Operating Support
- Support for Mergers
Organizations may request funding for up to 10% of their current organizational budget with a maximum grant request of $20,000.
Since the timeline for organizational recovery will look different for each nonprofit, grants awards will be made on a quarterly basis with $100,000 of total funding available per grant deadline. Follow-up Zoom meetings will be scheduled on an as-needed basis.
|Application Open||Application Due (10:00pm)||Grant Awarded|
|August 1, 2020||September 30, 2020||November 30, 2020|
|November 1, 2020||December 31, 2021||January 31, 2021|
|February 1, 2021||March 31, 2021||May 31, 2021|
|May 1, 2021||June 30, 2021||July 31, 2021|
- Grants are for 501(c)3 public charities serving Chelan, Douglas, and Okanogan counties only (nonprofits serving the Methow Valley should apply for the Methow Valley Fund).
- Organizations are only eligible for one Nonprofit Reemergence Grant award.
- Organizations who receive a Helping Hands Grant 2.0 are not eligible for Nonprofit Reemergence Grants.
- Grantees who received a 2019 Regional Impact Grant are eligible to apply for a Nonprofit Reemergence Grant (typically RIG grantees must wait one year before reapplying, but the Regional Impact Grant Program is currently on hold).
- If applying for support for a Merger, each nonprofit organization that is involved can apply for a Nonprofit Reemergence Grant.
- Grant funds must be expended within one year of award date.
- Final grant reports will be required to be submitted 45 days after the close of the grant period indicated on the Grant Agreement.
- No grants will be made specifically for religious purposes but can be made to religious organizations for general community programs (see Grant Guidelines and Policies).
- The Board of Trustees is responsible for final grant decisions and authorizes distribution of grants pursuant to these and other guidelines established by the Community Foundation.
Application Process and Support
Our Director of Community Grants, Claire Oatey, shares some insight and advice on the grants purpose and application process. For further questions, contact Claire at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (509) 663-7716. Click here to watch and learn more.