Harry W. & Carolyn W. Galbraith Memorial Fund
East Tennessee Foundation
Next predicted deadline: Jun 1, 2024
Later predicted deadlines: Jun 1, 2026
Grant amount: US $2,500 - US $5,000
Fields of work: Animal Welfare - Domestic Animals & Pets
Applicant type: Government Entity, Nonprofit, Indigenous Group
Funding uses: Project / Program, Education / Outreach
Location of project: Counties in Tennessee: Anderson County, Blount County, Campbell County, Carter County, Claiborne County, Cocke County, Grainger County, Greene County, Hamblen County, Hancock County, Hawkins County, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Knox County, Loudon County, McMinn County, Monroe County, Morgan County, Roane County, Scott County, Sevier County, Sullivan County, Unicoi County, Union County, Washington County Show all
Location of residency: Counties in Tennessee: Anderson County, Blount County, Campbell County, Carter County, Claiborne County, Cocke County, Grainger County, Greene County, Hamblen County, Hancock County, Hawkins County, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Knox County, Loudon County, McMinn County, Monroe County, Morgan County, Roane County, Scott County, Sevier County, Sullivan County, Unicoi County, Union County, Washington County Show all
Harry W. & Carolyn W. Galbraith Memorial Fund
The Harry W. & Carolyn W. Galbraith Memorial Fund (Galbraith Memorial Fund) was established in 2014 to support animal care organizations with their spaying and neutering programs.
Grant funds are intended to be used primarily for spay and neuter expenses for cats and dogs. Both pets and stray cats may be spayed or neutered with grant funds. Funds may also be used to support rabies vaccines.
Grant Amounts and Term
Grants will be awarded in late August 2022 for two-year terms and will range from $1,000 - $5,000.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- General Eligibility and Funding Criteria
- Eligible organizations must have and be able to provide documentation to verify the following:
- Confirmation that the organization is a 501(c)(3) public charity, unit of government , or educational institution
- New or emerging groups that do not have nonprofit status may apply if they have an established nonprofit organization as a fiscal sponsor
- Employee Identification Number (EIN)
- Legal name of organization, address and contact information (phone fax, email address)
- Primary contact person and title
- List of staff administering the project
- Most recent financial statements and/or most recent audit and/or IRS Form 990
- Current year operating budget
- List of current board of directors or equivalent governing body
- Confirmation that the organization operates and is organized so as to not discriminate on the basis of race, color national origin, religion, gender, familial status, sexual orientation, age, disability, covered veteran status, or other characteristics as identified in the Foundation’s Non-Discrimination Policy Statement.
- Additional eligibility criteria specific to the Galbraith Memorial Fund:
- Applicant organizations must be located within the Foundation's service area (see here).
- Organizations must request funding primarily for a spay/neuter program for low-income owners of cats and dogs or free roaming cats OR as seed money to start a program where none exists OR an innovative program designed to increase spay/neuter services to low-income pet owners
- Funding preference will be given to programs that get the most out of grant funds – “stretch the dollar”
- The following types of requests will NOT be funded:
- Projects that have explicit religious content, express a particular religious view or advance a religious purpose
- Debt retirement or budget deficits
- Endowment funds or general fundraising campaigns
- Capital improvements
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