• Grant Applications for Non-Profits

    January 21, 2020
    The Skagit Community Foundation is accepting applications for the 2020 grant season from nonprofits serving primarily Skagit County. 
    Grants are awarded in the areas of art & culture, education, health, and the environment. 
    The Skagit Community Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 1993 by community members and funded largely by local donors who want to make a difference where they live.  
    In 2019, the Foundation awarded over $400,000 in grants. Letter of Intent (L.O.I) deadline is February 1, 2020
    Final applications are accepted by March 1, 2020.
    See the website for details: www.skagitcf.org.  

    New giving group accepting grant applications until January 30, 2020. 
    The Skagit Community Foundation is proud to partner with the Anacortes Women's Giving Circle to help fulfill their mission. This Circle, created in 2019, represents a group of community-minded women of all ages and diverse backgrounds who understand that when they pool their giving, they can better support a worthy cause or fund an important project that will impact their whole community.  
    AWGC is focused on awarding grants to 501(c)(3) organizations that have a positive impact on the Anacortes community.
    Each year, the group will choose a new focus. The focus for 2020 is “Women Helping Women and Children” and the group is offering up to $18,000 to area nonprofits for community groups.
    Community groups are welcome to submit a Letter of Interest (L.O.I.) by Jan. 30, 2020. Final applications are accepted by March 27, 2020. The Women’s Giving Circle will review the applications, and finalists will present to the Giving Circle more information about their organizations and projects in April. Money will be awarded in May.
    The Anacortes Women’s Giving Circle is an approved fund with the Skagit Community Foundation. Find grant applications at
    www.skagitcf.org. Information: www.awcircle.org