Small grants for youth, elderly programs – Feb 1
Posted by Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial on January 25, 2022
Wurts Memorial offers small grants for youth, elderly programs
The Henrietta Tower Wurts Memorial is a charitable foundation formed to carry out the wishes of Henrietta Tower Wurts, who passed away in 1933.
It supports programs in which a modest grant can play a significant part and which have meaningful goals in relation to the total resources committed to them.
The Philadelphia Foundation provides administrative and management support services for the memorial. We receive grant applications and distribute grants approved by the Wurts Memorial’s Board of Directors.
FOR NONPROFITS SERVING THIS POPULATION:
Disadvantaged children and youth and/or the elderly in the City of Philadelphia.
COMMON REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL GRANT APPLICANTS:
- Operating budget under $2.5 million
- 501(c)3 status
- One year of financial data
AMOUNTS OF GRANTS:
$1,000 to $5,000
TYPES OF PROJECTS FUNDED:
Programs or General Operating Support for organizations serving disadvantaged children and youth and/or the elderly.
Two cycles: Feb. 1 and Sept. 1 deadlines
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