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New Earth Foundation Grants

Type: Foundations
Source: New Earth Foundation
Program: New Earth Foundation Grants
Eligibility: New Earth Foundation (NEF) funds projects of 501(c)(3) organizations. If your organization applies under a 501 (c)(3) umbrella organization, your application must be accompanied by a letter of agreement detailing your project and the nature of that organization’s support or involvement. This letter must state an agreement of the umbrella organization’s Board of Directors and be signed by the president/chair of the organization. Include the organization’s name, address and phone number and a copy of its 501(c)(3) authorization letter.
Purpose: New Earth Foundation (NEF) Funds Projects Through Letters Of Inquiry And Grant Applications According To The Criteria Listed Below. The Project Meets NEF’s Vision And Mission (see Home Page)
Contains Transformational And Practical Aspects
Fulfills An Important Need
Has Clearly Defined Goals, Implementation Plan And Expected Results
Indicates Who Will Benefit And How
Is Replicable
Involves Those Who Are Served
Contains An Evaluation Process To Measure Success, Progress And Future Decision-making
Seeks Community Involvement And/or Collaboration With Other Organizations
Is Cost-effective, With A Realistic Budget Appropriate For The Proposed Program And A Suitable Balance Between Administrative Costs And Benefits To Those Served
Has A Plan Of Acquiring Future Funding From Other Sources
Has Qualified Staff/volunteers To Carry Out The Project, With Staff Qualifications Clearly Specified
Deadline: 07-01-2013
Award Min: $15,000.00
Award Max: $500,000.00
Quantity: Unknown
Period: One year.
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NEF reviews Letters of Inquiry twice a year.

NEF will respond around March 1st to Inquiries received by February 1st.
NEF will respond around August 1st to Inquiries received by July 1st.
NEF evaluates invited Grant Applications twice a year.

NEF will respond around June 1st to Applications received by May 1st.
NEF will respond by November 1st to Applications received by October 1s
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