• Brittany Erikson

LOI Season Approaching (Deadline: Feb 1, 2019)

With the new year just around the corner, a new Letter of Inquiry (LOI) season is quickly approaching. We'd like to remind all potential applicants that we'll be accepting LOIs until February 1, 2019 in our grant portal. We have an open application process, so any interested 501(c)3 organization is welcome to apply. To learn more about what we look for in LOIs and whether your organization or program might be a good fit, you can check out our updated grantmaking criteria.

Also, as a reminder--for any of our current grantees whose last year of committed funding will be 2019, you are invited to apply for renewal funding for 2020 and beyond this year. For more information on our new grant renewal policy, please see here.

Wishing all of our impact-focused friends a happy and warm holiday season!


The RTNF Team

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