Thu Feb 23rd, 2023
Robert L. Ortiz
The Southern Ute Drum
Tags: and well-being of children, arts & culture, Community Development, Education, Gates Family Foundation’s Capital Grants program, parks & recreation, Senior Program Officer Lisa Rucker, youth & families
Gates Family Foundation’s Capital Grants program deadline
March 15 is the first of two 2023 deadlines to apply for a grant from Gates Family Foundation’s Capital Grants program this year — and our team is hosting office hours to help you navigate the application process. If you are planning to submit for the March 15 deadline and have questions, sign up today for a 30-minute Zoom session with Senior Program Officer Lisa Rucker.
What do we fund?
Our capital grants are generally limited to comprehensive capital campaigns, which are typically for building purchases, construction, expansion, renovation, and/or land acquisition. Only nonprofit organizations with capital projects that benefit Colorado and its residents are qualified to apply. Full eligibility requirements and restrictions are here.
What do we prioritize?
We make capital grants in five priority areas — arts & culture, community development, education, parks & recreation, and well-being of children, youth & families. You can see examples of what we fund in each of these areas here. The program is highly competitive, and not every application will be funded; when making award decisions, we prioritize:
How do I apply?
More information on the process can be found online at: https://gatesfamilyfoundation.org/engage/how-to-apply/; if you have additional questions, please sign up to join Lisa for office hours! https://gatesfamilyfoundation.org/types-of-support/capital-grants/. Gates Family Foundation, 1390 Lawrence St., Suite 400, Denver, CO 80204-2081.