Grant Guidelines and Application 2020-03-27T17:00:27+00:00

FRIENDS FOR CHARITABLE GIVING, NFP PLAINFIELD GIVING GALA GRANT APPLICATION GUIDELINES

The Net Income from the 2020 Plainfield Giving Gala will be used to award grants to local charitable organizations. Grant requests will be decided on a case by case basis as determined by the Grant Committee, which is composed of volunteers of the Friends for Charitable Giving NFP, a 501 (c) (3) public charity organized and operated by community minded volunteers exclusively for charitable purposes. A grant application must be filed with the FCG Grant Committee to be considered for a grant. For an organization to be eligible for a grant, it must be a 501(c) (3) nonprofit entity that provides charitable services within the boundaries of Plainfield School District 202. Grant requests must be for a specific charitable purpose pertaining to the grantee’s services or programs. Preference will be given to grant requests pertaining to food insecurity, health and welfare of children and families, education and job training, needs of the disabled and community service initiatives. Additional information or a meeting with the Grant Committee or one of its representatives may be required. All decisions by the Grant Committee are final. Grant money must be spent for its intended purpose within twelve months of its receipt. Grantees are required to submit written confirmation of the grant expenditure to the Grant Committee. Additional information or a meeting with the Grant Committee may be required. All decisions by the Grant Committee are final. Please allow up to 60 days for review of the grant application.

Click HERE to see/download the 2020 grant application


 

 

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