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Grants to Michigan nonprofit organizations in eligible locations to enhance the local community. Proposals should align with the following areas of interest: arts and culture, community service, education, environment, and healthcare. Funded projects and programs must serve residents of the Kent County and Grand Rapids metropolitan area.
The Wege Foundation's Grants Policy affirmed Peter M. Wege's five “pillars” and established target grantmaking allocations for each of these topics of interest. In addition, the Wege Foundation has long embraced certain cross-cutting themes applicable to all five pillars, such as requiring LEED certification for capital grants and a commitment to helping the vulnerable and disadvantaged. The themes are:
For more information on the five focus areas and the cross-cutting themes, see https://wegefoundation.com/areas-of-interest/.
GrantWatch ID#: 146231
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applicants must complete an eligibility quiz in order to have access to the application. To take the quiz, click here: https://www.wegefoundation.org/eligibility-quiz/
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The Wege Foundation
99 Monroe Ave NW, Suite 902
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
USA: Michigan: Kent County and Grand Rapids metropolitan area
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