Community Foundation to accept letters of intent for 2014
The Shenandoah Community Foundation announced it is now accepting letters of intent from organizations seeking funding next year. Non-profit 501 (c )(3) or affiliated organizations serving Shenandoah County may send a short letter by Nov. 1 describing the project for which they seek funding.
Each year the Shenandoah Community Foundation awards grants to area non-profits to support projects in a wide variety of areas. The program is made possible by a donation from Woodstock Anonymous.
Organizations should submit a letter of intent to the Foundation no later than Nov. 1 to the following addresses:
Shenandoah Community Foundation
P.O. Box 31
Woodstock, VA 22664
The foundation will invite non-profits whose requests fit the program criteria to submit a full application by Feb. 1, 2014. Last year the foundation awarded over $44,000 to 14 area non-profits through its unrestricted grants program. Any non-profit meeting the needs of Shenandoah County citizens is eligible to apply for a grant.
The Shenandoah Community Foundation is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization which helps connect people who care with causes that matter in Shenandoah County.
For more information, visit: www.ShenandoahCF.org or call 540-459-7737.