Since 2003, the foundation has provided over $4 million in grants via requests for proposals, to support educational programming in Santa Clara and Los Angeles counties, and many thousands of hours of pro-bono consulting and project-based technical assistance to grant recipients.
In 2013, the foundation made the strategic decision to temporarily suspend accepting unsolicited proposals in order to focus our limited resources on two major initiatives, Youth Philanthropy Connect and Education by Nature. The foundation completed a strategic planning process in 2014 that has led to our Youth Innovation in Action Grant in 2015 and 2016.
The foundation will continue to accept Letters of Introduction – from organizations that are new to Frieda C. Fox Family Foundation so we may continue to learn about organizations in our communities and notify them in the future about requests for proposals. If your organization has never received a grant from the foundation, please review the foundation’s Eligibility Guidelines, and consider submitting an introduction letter that tells us a little about your organization and its goals. This will be reviewed and your information placed in our database for possible future calls for proposals.
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By registering your organization or submitting your letter of introduction to us, we can notify you when there are eligible grant opportunities for you. Click here to register for Grant Alerts or to submit a Letter of Introduction on our online grants system. For help logging on, click here.
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