In 2021, the foundation awarded $32,350 to local nonprofits; over the past four years the foundation has awarded $149,350 in grants
VANCOUVER – The Clark County REALTORS® Foundation is seeking grant requests from qualified local nonprofit organizations committed to fostering, developing, promoting, and encouraging the health, education, and general social welfare of disadvantaged children, families, and the elderly in Clark County.
In 2021, the foundation awarded $32,350 to local nonprofits; over the past four years the foundation has awarded $149,350 in grants.
To be included for consideration of funding, the Foundation asks local nonprofit organizations to submit a letter of request highlighting the following topics:
- Amount of request;
- Organizational background, purpose, and how the organization serves children, families, and/or the elderly;
- Intent of funding and project description in narrative form including goals, project scope, and proposed use of funds;
If the organization has received funding from the Foundation in the past, state how those funds were utilized.
Non-profit organizations can submit their request to the Clark County REALTORS® Foundation at email@example.com. Deadline for funding requests is Friday, October 14, 2022. For more information, organizations may contact (360) 695-5980 or visit https://ccrealtors.com/grant-information/.
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