The Solomon Valley Community Foundation is now offering Mini-Disaster Relief Grants to help local non-profits during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mini-Grants are made available by generous donations to the Disaster Relief Fund, as well as dollars allocated from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation. If you are a local 501(c)(3) and have been impacted by COVID-19 you are eligible to apply. The deadline to apply is June 15, announcements will be made June 22nd. Max request of $2,500. For more information please see the Frequently Asked Questions Below.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
WHAT IS THE SOLOMON VALLEY DISASTER RELIEF FUND?
The Solomon Valley Disaster Relief Fund was established in response to the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic as a way to receive tax-deductible donations for assistance to Mitchell County and its citizens during a designated crisis or disaster. The Solomon Valley Community Foundation, with support from the Dane G Hansen Foundation, is now able to offer Mini-Grants from the Disaster Relief Fund.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY FOR A MINI-DISASTER RELIEF GRANT?
The Mini-Disaster relief grants are only available to organizations with a
501(c)(3) tax status who have experienced an increased need directly related to COVID-19.
HOW CAN I APPLY?
Grant applications will be made available on June 1, 2020, with a maximum request amount of $2,500 per application. Applications must be submitted no later than June 15th. Preference will be given to those charitable organizations that filled out the COVID-19 Non-Profit Impact Survey, as well as those organizations who are reflecting their own efforts. APPLY
IF ACCEPTED, WHEN CAN I EXPECT TO RECEIVE FUNDING?
Applications must be submitted by June 15th. Grantee awards will be announced by June 22nd with checks arriving shortly thereafter.
WHAT ABOUT SVCF'S FALL GRANT CYCLE?
As you may know, the Solomon Valley Community Foundation runs both a spring and fall competitive grant cycle. The upcoming fall grant cycle will still run as expected and will be accepting applications from June 1st-Aug 1st with awards being made in September.
DISASTER RELIEF MINI-GRANTS
Solomon Valley Community Foundation invites non-profits and charitable organizations in Mitchell County who are facing challenges as a direct result of COVID-19 to apply for the Disaster Relief Mini-Grant Funding.
Preference will be given to those charitable organizations that filled out the SVCF COVID-19 Non-Profit Impact Survey and also those organizations that display efforts of their own in addressing organizational needs to COVID-19. Your organization must also carry a 501(c)(3) tax status.
Applications are due by June 15th and awards will be announced by June 22nd.
The maximum request amount per application is $2,500.