Applying for Grants in the Spring Grants Catalog:
Spring Grants Catalog will be live in May. Review of grant proposals will be in April, applications (online) will be live in March.
The meeting to discuss how to apply will be:
February 13, 2020, 1-2 p.m.
Ilwaco Community Meeting Room, next to the library
This meeting is free, and open to local nonprofit organizations in Pacific and west Wahkiakum Counties
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The next NPO class is on Grant Writing--a critical skill for nonprofit organizations. Learn how to compose proposals, complete applications and improve the odds that your organization will get the grants it applies for.
Grant Writing Class:
March 27, 2020, Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Columbia-Pacific Heritage Museum.
Cost: $15 for Washington Nonprofit Members, $20 for the rest
Lunch is included
This course is sponsored by a grant from Medina Foundation and presented by staff from Washington Nonprofits.
Click to March 27th to sign up, and learn more about how to write outstanding grant proposals.
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Also in spring comes graduation from high school, and applications to colleges and universities. Many scholarships are available for graduating seniors. Local education foundations offer high school-specific scholarships.
The Foundation has several county-wide scholarships, including:
Silent Key STEM Scholarship, two $500 awards [apply in senior year, award is given out after first term in college]
Wilson STEM Scholarship, $5000 award--Raymond and South Bend High Schools only; renewable [apply in senior year, award is given at start of first year]
Carol P Schwartz Medical Scholarship, one $750 award for year 2, $1000 for years 3-4 [begin application in senior year, complete during first year of college for year 2 award]
For details, see the college counsellors in local high schools, or contact the Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.