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Seeking a Fall 2020 Grant? Letters of Intent are Due June 15

To streamline our grant application process, we introduced a new step last year known as a Letter of Intent (LOI) that enables grant seekers the opportunity to share project summaries before submitting a full grant application.

This helps us determine whether organizations and projects are of interest and eligible for grant consideration.
Letters of intent, linked to grants that will be announced in the fall of 2020, are due Monday, June 15. 

Before proceeding with a LOI (for grants only and not tuition assistance), please read through our grant guidelines to determine eligibility.

Each spring and fall, The Catholic Foundation awards Dallas-area Catholic school, churches and nonprofit 501c3 organizations with grants through our Philanthropy Fund as well as endowment funds which support specific purposes.

In  May, we announced our spring grant recipients, and you can watch the virtual grant ceremony here.

To streamline our grant application process, we introduced a new step last year known as a Letter of Intent (LOI) that enables grant seekers the opportunity to share project summaries before submitting a full grant application.

This helps us determine whether organizations and projects are of interest and eligible for grant consideration.
Letters of intent, linked to grants that will be announced in the fall of 2020, are due Monday, June 15.

In order for your Letter of Intent to be considered, please submit a digital copy to grants@catholicfoundation.com.

Before proceeding with a LOI (for grants only and not tuition assistance), please read through our grant guidelines to determine eligibility.

Each spring and fall, The Catholic Foundation awards Dallas-area Catholic school, churches and nonprofit 501c3 organizations with grants through our Philanthropy Fund as well as endowment funds which support specific purposes.

In  May, we announced our spring grant recipients, and you can watch the virtual grant ceremony here.



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