How To Apply


Who is Eligible for Funding?

The Taylor Foundation awards project and general support grants to recognized IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that focus on family values in the community. These nonprofit organizations must demonstrate an ability to secure current and future grant amounts through a variety of community support and sources. Partnerships are allowed between 501(c)3 organizations and other organized groups with out IRS non-profit status, however, the 501(c)3 must serve as the fiscal agent in the partnership and all funds will go directly to the 501(c)(3) with the expectation that the funds will be used solely for the tax exempt purpose, and that 501(c)3 will be responsible for any reporting obligation on the use of the funds.

How to Apply for Funding?

The Taylor Foundation will review a maximum of one (1) grant application per calendar year per eligible nonprofit organization. Applications must be submitted by post-mail and include the following:

  • Formal, typed request letter presented on the nonprofit organization’s official letterhead which includes the organization’s vision, mission and purpose, history, general funding proposal, dollar amount requested, past accomplishments and demonstrates support in the community or by the organization’s board for the proposal. If not listed on letterhead, please include names and primary affiliations of board members.
  • The Taylor Foundation Grant Application Form completed in-full:
    Download Taylor Foundation Application Package
  • Signed Fiscal Requirements Agreement:
    Download Fiscal Requirements Form C
  • Completed Financial Budget Request Spreadsheet:
    Download Budget Request Form D
  • Any materials (e.g. annual report, budget reports, timetables, etc.) requested in the application form.
  • Optional attachments – any additional relevant materials detailing project and efforts to raise necessary funds, recent press materials