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Grants to Iowa Nonprofits, Schools, Faith-Based Entities, and Agencies in Eligible Areas to Benefit Local Youth

PBnJ (Youth Philanthropy Board in Jackson County) Grants


Agency
Foundation

GrantWatch ID#
200793

Funding Source
COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF GREATER DUBUQUE
Community Foundation of Jackson County
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Geographic Focus
USA: Iowa: Jackson County

Important Dates
Deadline: 02/28/24 Save

Grant Description
Grants of up to $1,000 to Iowa nonprofit organizations, faith-based entities, schools, and government agencies in eligible locations for programs and projects that benefit local youth. Funding is intended to empower young people, help them learn and develop important life skills, and offer youth-serving organizations the opportunity to strengthen and grow their programs. Eligible proposals benefit youth in Jackson County.

PBnJ strives to engage and empower young people throughout the community. PBnJ grants provide youth-serving organizations with the opportunity to strengthen and grow their programs.

Requests for funding through the PBnJ grant process should clearly demonstrate how:

  • The grant will be used to support the costs of youth programs and projects.
  • How does the program help youth learn and develop necessary life skills?
  • How the program specifically address at least one of The Iowa 4-H Program’s Priorities
    • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)
    • Healthy Living
    • Leadership and Civic Engagement
    • Communication and the Arts

Priorities include:

  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
  • STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics)
  • Healthy Living
  • Leadership and Civic Engagement
  • Communication and the Arts


Recipient

Additional Eligibility Criteria
501(C)(3) nonprofit organizations, church, school or governmental groups or other organizations that have partnered with a fiscal sponsor organization are eligible. Organizations must have been in active service to the public for at least one year prior to the application. Organizations must operate in a manner that no applicable anti-discrimination laws are violated. Only one proposal may be submitted per organization.

Pre-Application Information
Cycle Dates:
- Available January 15
- Due Feb. 28

To view information about this grant, choose "All Communities" or "Jackson County" in the "Filter Grants by Community" dropdown list.

All applications are reviewed by the PBnJ students. Grant recipients will be announced in the spring.

Estimated Size of Grant
Up to $1,000

Term of Contract
One-year awards

Contact Information
Apply online:
https://goapply2.akoyago.com/dubuque/application/pbnj

To learn more, please contact Lori Loch at lori@dbqfoundation.org or call 563-588-2700.

Roshek Building Suite 195
700 Locust Street
Dubuque, IA 52001

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