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Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Pathways Out of Poverty Program

Type: Foundations
Source: Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Program: Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Pathways Out of Poverty Program
Eligibility: The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is a private, grantmaking foundation based in Flint, Michigan. Prior to submitting a request for funding, we strongly recommend you click on the links below and review all of the information about our funding programs, funding limitations, and guidelines for organizations located outside the United States.
Purpose: This Program Area Seeks To Ensure That Education Serves As A Pathway Out Of Poverty By Advancing Systemic Changes That Improve Educational Policies And Practices, Particularly For Children And Families Living In Low-income Communities.
Deadline: Rolling
Quantity: Unknown
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we strongly prefer that unsolicited requests be made through Letters of Inquiry. The letter should describe the purpose and objectives of the project, general methodology and total cost of the project. A letter of inquiry enables the Foundation program staff to determine the relevance of the proposed project to the Foundation's programs and to provide advice on whether to submit a full proposal. Submitting your Letter of Inquiry online: Mailing your Letter of Inquiry: If you are submitting a Letter of Inquiry or a formal proposal by mail, please mark the envelope LETTER OF INQUIRY or GRANT PROPOSAL and mail to: Office of Proposal Entry C.S. Mott Foundation Mott Foundation Building 503 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 1200 Flint, MI 48502-1851 U.S.A.
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