Reminder: January 31st is the Deadline to Submit a Letter of Inquiry

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Reminder: January 31st is the Deadline to Submit a Letter of Inquiry

Just a reminder that January 31st is the deadline to submit a Letter of Inquiry for our Spring 2023 grant cycle.

We are accepting proposals for new, expanded and/or proven programs that improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers.  Our priority is for those that provide direct services to vulnerable seniors and unpaid caregivers in the following areas:

Respite and support services for caregivers, including adult day programs

Transportation

Food insecurity

Home-based services

Safety and security

Grant requests can range from $5,000 to $50,000+.

Attached is the LOI Cover Sheet, with submittal instructions.  More information can be found on our website, www.fieldhallfoundation.org.

Please contact me if you would like to discuss a proposal.

Sincerely,

Patti Lavan Horvath

Program Officer

Field Hall Foundation

2302 Catherine Street

Cortlandt Manor, NY  10567

(914) 813-9103

phorvath@fieldhallfdn.org

Spring 2023 Grant Cycle

Letter of Inquiry Cover Sheet

Field Hall Foundation provides grants for programs and projects that improve the lives of older adults and caregivers in Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester Counties, NY. Priority is given to proposals focused on the basic needs of low-income seniors (60+ years old) and their unpaid caregivers, new or expanding programs, collaborations, and organizations not previously funded.

Instructions

Visit the Foundation’s website, fieldhallfoundation.org, for guidelines and eligibility requirements. Previous grant recipients are not eligible to apply for another grant until 1) at least one year has passed since they received a grant, and 2) a final report for that grant has been submitted to and accepted by the Foundation. The Foundation does not award multi-year grants.

If your organization is eligible to apply, complete the second page of this form and email it, along with an LOI to Patti Lavan Horvath at phorvath@fieldhallfdn.org by January 31, 2023.

The LOI must be a Word or pdf document, two pages or less, using black, 12-point Times New Roman type and include the following information:

  1. A brief introduction to the organization, including the mission and programs offered
  1. A summary of the proposed program/project, the need it addresses, and its goal(s)
  1. The approximate starting date and duration of the program/project
  1. A preliminary budget showing how the requested funding will be allocated and if additional funding is needed for the program/project. Refer to the Dates & Forms page on the Foundation’s website, fieldhallfoundation.org, for allowable costs.
  1. How the program/project will be funded if it is to continue after the grant year. Please note that the Foundation does not renew grants or award multi-year grants.

Field Hall Foundation

Spring 2023 Grant Cycle’s Letter of Inquiry Cover Sheet

Date:

Name of Organization:

Organization’s Executive Director:

Contact Person and Title (if not the Executive Director):

Telephone Number:

E-mail:

Address:

Federal Tax Identification #:

Organization’s Operating Budget: $

Proposed Program/Project Name:

Purpose of Program/Project (one sentence):

Focus Area(s) Addressed: Food Insecurity Home-based Care Services

Respite/Support Services for Caregivers ___ Safety/Security

Social Work/Case Management Transportation

___ Other; Specify:

County(ies) Impacted: ___ Dutchess Putnam Westchester

Proposed Program/Project’s Operating Budget: $

Grant Amount Requested from Field Hall Foundation: $

Number of Unduplicated Seniors/Caregivers Impacted by the Requested Funding:

 

Author: Harlem Valley News