We can help you with answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
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After you have logged into our online grants manger, click the "Apply" link on the left. This will take you to the list of grant opportunities currently accepting applications.
If you can’t find an application here, its deadline may have already passed, or it might not have opened yet. Most of our applications appear online six weeks prior to the deadline.
No. The online system will not allow you to submit your application unless you attach the required materials. If you do not have the documents electronically, you can scan the information into a PDF file. If you do not have a scanner at your organization, you can scan your documents at a copy shop or a public library.
You can also use the ‘Fax to File’ option located under ‘Tools’ section to the left of your application. Follow the instructions.
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For information about the foundation's overall grantmaking:
Maeve O’DeaProgram Director413.229.0370 x 111Email Maeve For information or questions about our grant and scholarship eligibility requirements:
Natashea Winters Community Engagement Officer for Education & Scholarships 413.229.0370 x 106 Email NatasheaFor questions about our application processes or how to claim your award:
Brandon Williams Grants Coordinator 413.229.0370 x 115Email Brandon
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