Swantz Family Foundation
Swantz Family Foundation

Guidelines for Grantseekers

Funding Guidelines

  • Only nonprofit charitable organizations, exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, are eligible to receive a grant.
  • The Swantz Family Foundation accepts grant requests up to $5,000.
  • Please use the online form to submit your application. If the form below is not accessible, click here to open it in a new window. If you are unable to access the form by either of these means, you may download the Word version of the application and submit by email.
  • Grants are awarded for one year only. Projects in areas the Foundation has a special interest in may be considered for multi-year funding and larger gifts. Organizations may reapply from one year to the next.
  • If awarded, grant funds must be used only for the purposes for which the grant was made. Organizations are required to submit a final written report within 12 months of when the grant was made, which will include a narrative of project activities and a final accounting of how grant funds have been used.
  • The Swantz Family Foundation reserves the right to withhold and/or recover grant funds in the case that funds have been, or appear to be, misused.

 

Submission Instructions

  • Please submit all materials on or before March 1st through the online form or send via emaill to swantzff@gmail.com.
  • Questions can be directed to Jennifer Swantz, President, at swantzff@gmail.com.
  • Upon receipt of the completed proposal, the Foundation may request additional information or schedule a visit.

 

 

Swantz Family Foundation - Grant Application and Cover letter
Grant Application and Cover Letter.docx
Microsoft Word document [243.0 KB]
Grantee Final Report Form (for use by current grantees only)
Grantee Report form.docx
Microsoft Word document [242.1 KB]

2019 Grants Awarded

  • Allison Woods Outdoor Education Center - Bird of Prey Program
  • Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary - General Operating Support
  • CitySprouts - Summer Youth Internship Program
  • ElevateHer - Expanding Program Opportunities for Rural Girls
  • Friends of MacArthur Beach State Park - Transportation to MacArthur Beach State Park Programs
  • Hawthorne Valley Association - Kids Can Cook Summer Camp
  • Hudson Highlands Nature Museum - Dulce Esperanza
  • North Cascades Institute - Mountain School
  • Phipps Conservatory & Botanical Gardens - Nature Leadership Academy
  • Solar Youth - Steward Team
  • Wild Earth - Kingston Middle School Nature Connection
  • Yellowstone Forever - Expedition Yellowstone

 

2018 Grants Awarded

  • Allison Woods Outdoor Education Center - Watershed Exploration Program
  • Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary - General Operating Support
  • Clifton Park - Halfmoon Public Library - Backpack Lending Program
  • ElevateHer - Outdoor Adventures for Young Women
  • Friends of MacArthur Beach State Park - Transportation to MacArthur Beach State Park Programs
  • Grand Canyon Youth - Bat Monitoring on the Rivers of the Southwest
  • Ramapo for Children - Integrating Environmental Education into the Ramapo Leadership Program
  • Thorne Nature Experience - Nature Immersion Program
  • Wild Earth - Kingston Middle School Nature Connection
  • Wolf Conservation Center - General Operating Support
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