North Texas Community Foundation’s young professionals group, WORTH, announced they are designating homelessness as the grant focus for 2018-19. The North Texas Community Foundation will be accepting funding requests for up to $20,000 from nonprofits with annual budgets of under $1 million that provide services to people who are experiencing homelessness in Tarrant County. To be considered for a grant, applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that has maintained nonprofit status for at least one year. Applications must be received no later than 11:59 pm on Friday, December 14th.
Please contact Garrett March at 817.877.0702 or email@example.com if you have questions.
The Next Generation of Philanthropists, WORTH, is a program of the North Texas Community Foundation comprised of young professionals committed to making our community a better place through informed giving for a collective impact. Every year young professionals ages 25-40 learn about needs in the community, choose a focus area, review proposals from nonprofits working in that space, and collectively decide on who to fund. After making a grant, members follow up with a site visit to the nonprofit(s) they funded.
Members join WORTH by making a $250 annual donation to the WORTH Endowment Fund at the Community Foundation. In return for the members’ donation, four private investors have provided dollar for dollar matching, up to $40,000 per year for members to grant at their discretion.
WORTH members have granted more than $72,000 to-date to five local nonprofits. By combining donations, the group’s members achieve great charitable impact.