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New Grant Application Process Begins With Letter of Intent Due June 14

Each spring and fall, The Catholic Foundation awards Dallas-area Catholic schools, parishes and non-profit 501©3 organizations grants through our Philanthropy Fund as well as endowment funds which support specific purposes.

Additional grants, enabled by the generosity of donors, are provided throughout the year that help fund projects that enhance our community by supporting programs and projects of substance and value.

Each spring and fall, The Catholic Foundation awards Dallas-area Catholic schools, parishes and non-profit 501©3 organizations grants through our Philanthropy Fund as well as endowment funds which support specific purposes.

Additional grants, enabled by the generosity of donors, are provided throughout the year that help fund projects that enhance our community by supporting programs and projects of substance and value.

The Catholic Foundation grant application process begins with a Letter of Intent (LOI). The LOI helps us determine whether your organization and project are of interest and eligible for grant consideration. Before proceeding with your LOI, please read through the grant guidelines, https://www.catholicfoundation.com/Grant-Information/Grantmaking-Overview#777186-letter-of-intent, to determine eligibility.

Completing an LOI is a new process that will help all our grant seekers to share their project summary before submitting a full grant application. Letters of intent are due by June 14.

After committee review of your LOI, you’ll be notified whether to proceed, or not, with a grant application. Fall grant applications are due on August 15, 2019.



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