Tull Charitable Foundation Grant
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Next deadline: Aug 3, 2020 (Full proposal)
Later deadlines: Sep 3, 2020 (Full proposal), Dec 2, 2020 (Full proposal), May 4, 2021 (Full proposal)
Grant amount: Unspecified amount
Fields of work: Human & Social Services Civic Affairs Art & Culture Education Community Development & Revitalization Health & Medicine Youth Development & Leadership Show all
Applicant type: Nonprofit, Government Entity, Hospital / Clinic, Elementary / Secondary School, College / University
Funding uses: Capital Project
Location of project: Georgia (US state)
Location of residency: Georgia (US state)View website Save
About this funder:
Note: Prior to submitting a full proposal, it is recommended (but not required) that an applicant organization contact the Foundation via a concise letter-of-intent in order to determine the potential eligibility of the request. There are no deadlines for submission of a Letter of Intent. Full proposals received by the deadlines will be considered at the Trustee meeting.
Tull Charitable Foundation Grant
The Foundation's Trustees limit grant awards to charitable organizations based in the State of Georgia. Requests from organizations located outside of Georgia are not considered.
The Foundation's Trustees prefer to make grants that will have a significant and lasting impact on an organization as well as its community. Priority is given to grant requests that:
- Are framed within the context of the organization's strategic plan and that result in enhanced organizational capacity;
- Enable the organization to expand its impact on important community needs; and
- Are cost-effective.
Although multi-year grant commitments are occasionally approved by the Trustees, they are kept to a minimum. Most grant awards are based upon the Foundation's ability to fund them out of current year earnings.
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- An applicant organization must be exempt from federal taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
- Requests for major capital projects are eligible for consideration.
- Requests for endowments and for the start-up of new initiatives are sometimes considered.
- The Trustees prefer that an applicant organization be able to demonstrate a broad base of financial support for a proposed project from its own community and constituency prior to asking for support of that project from the Foundation.
- The Foundation does not utilize fiscal agents to handle funds for organizations that do not have an IRS certification letter.
- Requests for operating support of any kind (program, project or administrative) are Not eligible for funding.
- The Foundation also does Not make grants:
- to churches
- to sports booster clubs
- for tickets to charitable events or dinners
- for research
- for conferences or seminars
- to sponsor productions, performances or special events
- for legislative lobbying or other political purposes
- to retire accumulated debt
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