Wichita Wagonmasters, the Good Life Grants
Wichita Community FoundationSuggest an update
Anticipated deadline: Oct 31, 2020 10:00am PDT
Grant amount: US $250 - US $1,000
Fields of work: Community Services
Applicant type: Nonprofit, Government Entity
Funding uses: Education / Outreach, Project / Program, Capital Project
Location of project: Sedgwick County, Kansas
Location of residency: KansasView website Save
About this funder:
Established in 2012 by the Wichita Wagonmasters, the Good Life Grants are committed to benefiting the quality of life for people in the Wichita area. The fund serves a wide range of projects enabling more people to enjoy the good life and to promote the idea Wichita is a great place to live, work and play.
What we fund
- Programs serving Wichita, Kansas
- Programs that avoid duplication of existing services
- Programs that collaborate with or facilitate collaboration among nonprofit organizations
- Programs that suggest creative and practical approaches to community problems
- Organizations with fiscal soundness
- Organizations that leverage other funding sources when available
- Programs that exhibit measurable results
- Organizations that demonstrate present and future sustainability
- Programs that address prevention as well as remediation
- Capital equipment, improvements and construction
You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.
- All applicants to the George R. Tiller, M.D. Memorial Fund at the Wichita Community Foundation:
- must be in good standing with the Kansas Secretary of State’s office,
- must be currently exempt under IRS Section 501(c)(3), and classified as an organization to which contributions are deductible under Section 170(c)(2), normally a public charity under Section 509(a).
- If an emerging nonprofit is certified by the Internal Revenue Service through a form 1023EZ, or is working with a qualified Kansas nonprofit as their fiscal agent, they may apply.
- The fund will not accept grant requests for:
- general support of operating budgets,
- reduction of organizational debt,
- direct lobbying or influencing of elections,
- tax-supported government functions,
- funding individuals,
- unnecessary duplication of existing services,
- fundraising campaigns and expenses,
- beauty or talent contests,
- support of religious organizations of religious purposes, or
- courtesy advertising.
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