Skaggs Foundation Legacy Grants
Skaggs Foundation is changing the health of Stone and Taney Counties for GOOD! We are excited to invest in the health and wellness of our community today, knowing that the impact of good health will last for generations to come.
2014 Legacy Grant awards were recently announced at a community celebration at Silver Dollar City’s Culinary & Craft School. Learn more about the programs that are improving health and wellness in the Ozarks and impacting more than 35,000 Taney and Stone County residents this year.
2015 Skaggs Legacy Endowment Grants
Programs will be considered that meet the following criteria:
In 2015, collaborative programming that implements a Community Health Worker model to benefit both Taney and Stone County residents will also be a priority. Evidence-based Community Health Worker Models
New in 2015! A concept paper must be submitted by April 30, 2015.
Download the “Request for Concept Papers” here: RFCP
A “Request for Applications” with detailed instructions will be released in June 2015. Concept papers will be reviewed and qualified applicants will be invited to submit a full application due July 31, 2015.
Informational Sessions on the Legacy Grant Process and
Additional Links to On-Line Learning Resources are provided below:
Additional documents, forms and templates are provided below for the convenience of grant applicants:
Program Budget Spreadsheet Template 2
All applications will be scored using this scoring metric.
To learn more about the 2015 Skaggs Legacy Endowment Grant Application Process, download the presentation here!
Please contact Heather Zoromski, Grants Administrator with questions or if you need technical assistance at 417-335-7340 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Skaggs Legacy Endowment Grants
Any non-profit charity, school, or government organization may apply for a grant. The award floor is $5,001 and there is no award ceiling. Requests can be made for up to a three year period although funding is committed for one year at a time. Future funding is contingent upon program results and funding availability. Programs that are collaborative in nature and address a top identified health need are of high priority. A “Request for Applications” with detailed instructions will be released in June, 2015.
Helping Hands Grants
Helping Hands Grants are available to any non-profit organization serving Stone and/or Taney County for a specific health and wellness related purpose or program. Awards range from $1,000 to $5,000. Helping Hands Grants are one-year awards. There is no guarantee of funding for a second year. Any health education request must fall within this category.
RFA – HH – Helping Hands Request For Applications
Pre and post award interviews will be conducted and quarterly reporting is required. Grants are not automatically renewable and unless otherwise specified are awarded for a one year time frame. Types of grant distribution are subject to change annually as additional community health needs are identified.
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