Changes to the
Grant Application Process
Every year Impact100 Sonoma assesses how to improve the grant process based upon the changing needs of our community and feedback from Sonoma Valley nonprofits. Below are changes for 2020.
As of 2020, there will be no Statement of Interest/Letter of Inquiry required. In addition, the application process is entirely online.
The primary change to Community Grants is that funds may now be spent over two years. Previously the funds had to be spent within one year. Additionally, there are no longer separate application processes for program and capital grants, with the exception that capital grants require a minimum of two estimates or bids as part of their proposal. The application process for all grants is now entirely online.
For further information, please contact Margaret Grandy at email@example.com.
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