Donor Name: Immanuel Vision Foundation
State: Nebraska and Iowa
County: Selected Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
The Immanuel Vision Foundation seeks to support organizations that:
- Demonstrate strong leadership, financial stability and consistent planning.
- Implement innovation and catalytic opportunity.
- Clearly define objectives and strategic plans.
- Have developed additional, reliable sources of funding for the project requested.
- The Foundation supports programs and initiatives that embody the Immanuel vision that “All people will grow and age with dignity, safety and wellness.” Immanuel’s expertise for the health and well-being of seniors, identified as the post-65 age population, make this a particular priority area for Foundation funding.
- Community Health
- The Foundation supports programs and initiatives that help strengthen and stabilize community growth, health and well-being.
- The Church
- Grants in this area support ELCA congregations and organizations that reflect a heritage of faith-based service to others. This priority area is funded through the fall grant cycle.
- Organizations may only apply for grant funding if the project benefits people in at least one of the following geographic areas:
- The state of Nebraska.
- Select Iowa counties: Boone, Dallas, Harrison, Jasper, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Mills, Polk, Pottawattamie, Story or Warren.
- The organization must qualify as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit federally tax-exempt organization under the regulations of the United States Internal Revenue Service.
- Applicants may not apply for more than one grant per calendar year. Applications will not be considered for organizations with an “active” grant. An “active” grant is any grant that has not yet completed the reporting requirements or has been awarded, but not expended.
- The Immanuel Vision Foundation will give preferential consideration to projects/programs not previously funded by the IVF, but will also consider historically funded projects/programs.
- Community grants during the spring grant cycle may be submitted as a multi-year (up to three years) grant application. Multi-year grants must be for the same project/program. A subsequent grant application following the closure of a multi-year grant must be for a different project/program.
For more information, visit Immanuel Vision Foundation.