Grant Application Guidelines
IF POSSIBLE, PLEASE E-MAIL YOUR GRANT REQUEST AND COVER LETTER
Supporting documents and attachments such as Tax Returns,
Financial Statements and 501c(3) paperwork may be sent via US
REQUESTS SHOULD INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
- A brief background of the organization
- When it was organized
- What is its purpose
- Description of current programs, activities, and
- Contact person/title
- Mailing address, Telephone number, Fax number, and E-
- List any previous support received from The Stackpole-Hall
Foundation in the last ten years
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THE GRANT IS
BEING SOUGHT AND HOW IT WILL WORK:
- Why is it necessary?
- How will it benefit the organization?
- Description of the target population, number of people
served by this project.
- Is this project new or a continuing program of the
- Other organizations participating in the project and their
- Timetable for implementation.
- An explanation of who will be responsible for carrying out
project goals, and a definition of their qualifications.
- List and describe all sources of support, including other
known or potential funding sources.
- Long-term strategies for funding this project at the end of
the grant period.
- A statement identifying the specific amount being
requested from The Stackpole-Hall Foundation.
- Two copies of the current Internal Revenue Service
determination letter indicating 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status.
- List of officers, directors, and administrative staff.
- Organization’s current annual operating budget, including
income statement and balance sheet.
- Most recent annual financial statement (audited statement
- Most recent IRS Tax Return Form 990
The Stackpole-Hall Foundation Trustees meet four times each year
to award grants. Grant proposals are due a month prior to the
meeting at which they will be considered. Grant proposal deadlines
are January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1.