The Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation is seeking applications for its Grant Program to advance the great State of Idaho.
Donor Name: Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation
County: Selected Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
Each year the Foundation accepts applications from throughout the State, allowing organizations of all types to express their need. Each year those needs change, but they are consistently impressed with the good work these organizations are doing in Idaho. There are so many volunteers and community leaders throughout Idaho who make each community more successful. From after school programs and field trip bussing to providing breakthrough technologies to improve rural medicine, the Foundation has been able to aid communities throughout the State.
The Foundation accepts inquiries from any qualified tax-exempt Idaho nonprofit organization. Particular grantmaking priorities include rural healthcare, educational programs for children, and programs in underserved communities and for underserved populations.
The Foundation does not limit giving to a certain type of program or need (i.e.: programs, equipment, bricks and mortar, salaries and benefits), however administrative costs are not preferred. They are interested in organizations run in a cost-effective manner and serving large numbers of people who are truly in need.
Applicants must be tax exempt organizations serving Idaho communities. Individuals are not eligible. If you have filed for tax exempt status, but not yet received it, you do not qualify. If you are an organization outside Idaho, you may only apply for programs that will be totally within Idaho (occasionally we make exceptions for border communities such as Ontario, OR or Clarkston, WA). If you are a governmental entity (like a library), the application must be for a program that meets the IRS standard for “charitable purposes”. If you are an organization within Idaho but the project is international or out of state, it does not qualify.
For more information, visit Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation.