Watertown Community Foundation accepting applications for 2016 spring grant programs

The Watertown Community Foundation is now accepting applications for two 2016 spring grant programs:

  • Educational Program Grants grant applications are now available. WCF’s Educational Program Grants are designed to help organizations that serve Watertown develop new or continue existing programs with an educational focus, broadly defined. Eligible organizations may apply for grants up to $5,000. Average grant size is expected to be $1,500 – $3,000. These grants are funded by WCF’s Arsenal Education Fund.
  • Institutional Support Grants grant applications are now available. WCF’s Institutional Support Grants are designed to help institutions central to the Watertown community by providing funds to maintain critical programming and retain paid staff. Grants under this program impose neither restrictions on the use of funds nor any program requirements. Eligible organizations may apply for grants of $500 to $5,000. These grants are funded by WCF’s Arsenal Education Fund.

The deadline for both programs is April 8, 2016.

Learn more about the Watertown Community Foundation at this link.

 

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