Applications are now open for the Enterline Foundation Grant Program to improve the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
- Funding priority will be for organizations that provide services for the IDD population and focus primarily on individuals over the age of 22, although requests from organizations focused on children will be considered. Funding requests for specific projects, as opposed to general operating support, are the most competitive. The Foundation has no geographic limitations and will consider applications from anywhere in the United States and abroad. To better focus the ability to impact the IDD sector, they are no longer going to consider event sponsorship.
- Grants typically range from $5,000 to $15,000.
- All grant recipients are required to provide a final written report accounting for expenses at the end of the grant period.
- Organizations may submit Letters of Intent annually. Successful grantees may not submit subsequent Letters of Intent in the same year in which they receive a grant award. Additionally, applications will not be considered if the applicant has not submitted a final grant report for a previous grant.
- The Enterline Foundation is a qualified nonprofit private foundation with tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations to the Foundation are fully deductible for income tax purposes.
- Endowment funds
- Individual travel and conference attendance
- Publication of books
- Projects that promote political or religious views
- Political or lobbying activities
- Direct support of individuals and individual sponsorships
- Program, school or camp scholarships
- Coverage of continuing operating deficits
- Event sponsorship
- Organizations whose sole focus is not individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities
For more information, visit Enterline Foundation.