• Brittany Erikson

New Application Portal Coming Soon

In 2016 we piloted a new grantmaking application process. We had some hiccups, but it generally went very well. We had our largest, most competitive applicant pool ever, a trend we expect to continue this year. But we certainly still see room for improvement to our process.

To improve the application process this year, we will use a new software for application intake. For that reason, we're suggesting that 2017 prospective applicants wait a few weeks before submitting 2017 proposals. We will send out an update like this one when we are ready to take applications through the new portal.

For folks who have already submitted an LOI, we will contact you to submit via the new portal once it is up and running in a few weeks.

Thanks so much, and we look forward to another year of helping others make the world a better place.

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