Grants and Capital Grants
Thank you for your interest in receiving a Grant Award this year. The information that follows provides the qualifications and requirements for submitting an application.
The Foundation will consider two types of grant requests:
Program Grants for a project that has a specific purpose and normally will be completed in one or two years. The maximum funding for these grants is $7,500.
Capital Grants to improve, expand, repair or construct facilities or purchase major equipment that supports the organization’s charitable activities. The maximum funding for these grants is $30,000.
An organization may choose to apply for either a Program Grant or a Capital Grant; however, if an application is submitted for a Capital Grant, a Program Grant application may NOT be submitted until after applicant has received notification of the decline of its Capital Grant application.
Qualifications and RequIrements for a Grant:
You must be a non-profit tax exempt organization as defined by section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code and must include a copy of your IRS Tax Exemption letter.
The grant request must be to partially or fully fund a project in the areas of arts, health and welfare and/or education.
Your organization is not eligible for a grant if:
The beneficiaries of your project are not within New Hanover, Pender or Brunswick counties.
The organization operates as a private non-operating foundation.
The application is for direct aid to individuals.
The grant is primarily for operating expenses, such as administrative costs, general overhead, advertising or signage, principal and interest payments on debt.
The grant is for costs of capital items already acquired or the purchase of real property.
The grant is for a start-up organization (the date of your IRS determination letter must be two years before the date of submission of this application)
The organization is engaged in any way in the promotion or advancement of political or religious beliefs.
The organization will transfer any portion of a Landfall Foundation Grant Award to any other organization
The organization is a local branch of a national organization with internal fundraising staff.
The organization discriminates on the basis of age, disability, ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, race or religion.
The grant application is for research, feasibility studies or engineering and planning.
The organization received a program grant award in the previous year and has not submitted a final or preliminary report by May 15, 2019.
The organization received a capital grant award in the previous year.
The Foundation accepts one grant application from an organization. If there are multiple applications from the same organization, the organization’s director/principal decides which application to submit
program Grant Application PROCESS
One Program Grant application is accepted per year from an organization. The following process is required to apply (deadline June 1, 2019):
Organizations receiving a grant from the Landfall Foundation the previous year and re-applying the following year, must complete and submit a Project Report online by May 15, 2019 (closed). Note: responses are not saved until you click on "Submit".
Prepare to enter your application online by referencing the Guidelines and Questions for Grant Application which provides guidelines, notes, and the questions that are asked in the online form.
Complete the Grant Application by selecting one of the applications that follows. Please note: We use G-Suite Forms by Google. Because uploaded files will be stored, Google requires that you sign in with a gmail account. If you don’t have one, you will be prompted to create one. If this will prohibit your organization from applying, please contact the grants so-chairs or if you have any questions, Grants Co-Chairs.
Grant Applications closed on June 1, 2019.
Organizations receiving grants for 2019 will be notified in October 2019.
Awards will be made at a reception on November 5, 2019.
Capital Grant APPLICATION PROCESS
The Landfall Foundation considers Capital Grants for significant capital projects. Under Capital Grants, the last qualifying date for receipt of application is January 5th.
The Capital Grant Application will be available online from November 15 through January 5 of the ensuing year. The electronic process will be the same as our grant application process.
The following documents will be required to be uploaded during the application process (instructions will be included), current 501(c)(3) tax-exempt letter, financial report, board of directors, and project budget.
Applicants not selected for final review will be notified promptly (no later than February 15) to allow the applicant to submit a regular Foundation Grant Request.
If selected for final review, the applicant may be notified to present to the subcommittee (not to exceed 30 minutes) followed by a site visit (if deemed appropriate).
The subcommittee will present and request a vote of the full Board of the Foundation.
No later than April 15th the Chair of the Subcommittee will inform the applicant of the outcome of this vote which is final and at the sole and absolute discretion of the Landfall Foundation Board of Directors. No appeal is available.
Karen Rogalski, Co-Chair
Linda Harootyan, Co-Chair
Muffy Pepper, Chair
Stephany Del re', Chair
HEALTH & WELFARE
Brenda Roark, Chair
Ken Trojniar, Chair
Clint Briley, MD