The Triangle Community Foundation offers SUN grants of up to $2,000 to assist nonprofit organizations in the Triangle experiencing an unbudgeted, unforeseen, and time-sensitive crisis that significantly interferes with their ability to provide critical services or presents an imminent threat to the organization’s continued operations.
Donor Name: The Triangle Community Foundation
State: North Carolina
Type of Grant: Grant
Type of Entities: Nonprofit Organizations, Religious Congregation, or Governmental Agency.
Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): Ongoing
Size of the Grant: $2,000
For the SUN grants, the foundation will consider any eligible organization that meets a critical community need in their funding region. Successful applications will allow an organization to:
- Obtain essential equipment, technology, or resources whose need could not have been anticipated, for which there is no other source of funding, and without which the work of the organization would be severely hampered. (Ex: to obtain equipment necessary due to new regulations or other requirements.)
- Conduct emergency repairs of building structure or mechanical systems (heating/cooling, water service, etc.) whose sudden and unexpected failure interferes with the provision of services. (Ex: to remediate mold after a flood or cover cleaning and repair costs after a disaster that are not covered by insurance.)
- Otherwise address an emergency need that could not have been anticipated and for which there is no other source of funding (Ex: to expand program operations due to unexpected and dramatic increase in demand for services.)
up to $2,000
- The organization must be located in one of the four counties served by the Triangle Community Foundation: Chatham, Durham, Orange or Wake.
- The organization must meet a critical community need in the Foundation’s funding region.
- The organization must be a tax-exempt nonprofit under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, a religious congregation, or governmental agency.
- The organization must meet the terms of the Foundation’s non-discrimination policy.
- The organization must be able to demonstrate financial stability.
- The organization must not have received a SUN grant within the same fiscal year (July-June).
- The organization must demonstrate that their need is unbudgeted, unforeseen, and time-sensitive, and significantly interferes with their ability to provide critical services or presents an imminent threat to the organization’s continued operations.
For more information, visit The Triangle Community Foundation.