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Grants ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 to eligible Arizona Native American tribes to address critical issues within their communities. Eligible tribes include San Carlos Apache, White Mountain Apache, Hualapai, and Tohono O’odham. Programs may impact and benefit tribal communities in the areas of health and wellness, the preservation of tribal cultures, and education and training.
The Native American Partnership Fund has been established to support projects in designated Native American reservation communities that address priority issues and needs identified through ongoing engagement between Freeport-McMoRan and tribal leaders/community members.
- Provide opportunities for tribal members to increase their education, skills and employment
- Ensure that grants/investments yield maximum positive results for the greatest number of people, support community wellbeing, and increase the long-term prosperity of the community
The Fund has also been established to support programs and projects that encourage a strong focus on capacity-building, community development and sustainability.
Consideration will also be given to projects within the priority areas that support women’s development and engage elders.
Eligible projects should:
-Focus on initiatives and outcomes that will be sustainable beyond the life of Freeport-McMoRan
-Benefit the community as a whole and not a single organization or individual
-Have a clear purpose and operate transparently based on demonstrated need for project
-Measure and evaluate impact
GrantWatch ID#: 174882
Requests to the Fund should be for $10,000 or more to support the objective and goals of the Fund. Grants will generally range from $10,000 to $50,000, depending upon the scope of the proposed project/program and the anticipated benefit/impact to the community.
Qualifying tribes eligible to receive funding are Hualapai, San Carlos Apache, Tohono O’odham, and White Mountain Apache.
Nonprofits that work collaboratively and seek to service the eligible Tribes can also apply for the grant. All applicants MUST submit a tribal resolution demonstrating their project has been approved by the respective Tribal Council.
Funds will NOT be awarded to the following:
-Organizations that do not have 501(c)3 or other nonprofit status as designated by the IRS
-Foundations that intend to re-grant the funds
-Requests for individuals, including those for travel support, teams that are restrictive in participation (such as All Star teams), or anything else that benefits a single individual or a very limited number of individuals
-Fraternal, labor or veteran organizations/activities limited to organization membership
-Religious activities, churches or church sponsored activities limited to church membership
-Political or lobbying activities
-Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status
Application Cycle: March 15 - May 30
Awards Announced: July 15
Requests to provide 100% of a project cost or budget should not be submitted, unless the project is part of a larger overall budget of which the requested project funding is just one part. The maximum indirect cost allowed by the Freeport-McMoRan Foundation is 8% of direct project costs.
All applicants MUST submit a tribal resolution demonstrating their project has been approved by the respective Tribal Council.
A printable version of the application may be found in the attachments below. This may be used as a reference when completing the online application. Please note that applications must be submitted online.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply Online: http://www.cybergrants.com/pls/cybergrants/quiz.display_question?x_gm_id=4250&x_quiz_id=4703&x_order_by=1
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