Grants and Scholarships

Grants and Scholarships

Grant Opportunities

Juneau Hope Endowment Fund/City & Borough of Juneau Social Service Grants

The annual process for the Juneau Hope Endowment Fund/City & Borough of Juneau Social Service Grant program begins with a Letter of Interest in December, applications are available by mid-January and due in early March. To learn more about the grant program and the application process, please review the following.

Juneau Hope Endowment Fund/CBJ Social Service Grant

CURRENTLY CLOSED

 

Youth Action Committee
Annual grant process, opens in December/January and applications due in March
CURRENTLY CLOSED – click here for information.

 

Douglas-Dornan Fund
Annual grant process is open and applications are due annually on June 1.
CURRENTLY CLOSED – click here for information about this grant.

 

Margaret Frans Brady Fund
Annual grant process, opens in August/September and applications due in November.
CURRENTLY CLOSED, check back in late summer – click here for information about this grant.

 

Scholarship Opportunities

Margaret Frans Brady Scholarship for Arts
Annual grant process with applications due in mid-April.
CURRENTLY CLOSED – click here for information about this scholarship.

 

Simon and Anna Kirk Memorial Scholarship
Annual grant process with applications due in mid-April.
CURRENTLY CLOSED – click here for information about this scholarship.

 

Grants Opportunities from Other Organizations

Alaska Community Foundation – Strengthening Organizations Program
Eligible nonprofit organizations apply for grants to build the capacity of their organizations. Eligibility is limited to 501(c)(3) nonprofit, or equivalent, organizations located in Alaska. Grant awards support professional staff and board of directors in their efforts to access tools, develop practical skills, and cultivate support systems needed to effectively achieve the organization’s mission in the following areas: leadership development, organizational development, program development, collaboration and community engagement, and evaluation of effectiveness.

To find out more about Strenthenting Organizatons Program click here.

 

Alaska Community Foundation/Alaska Children’s Trust – Teen Suicide Prevention Grant Program
The Teen Suicide Prevention program seeks applications for projects that will directly enhance community based efforts to prevent teen suicide. Applications are accepted from qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit or equivalent organizations located in the state of Alaska. Equivalent organizations may include tribes, schools, churches, local government agencies and programs. Organizations throughout the state of Alaska are encouraged to apply.

To find out more about Teen Suicide Prevention Grant Program and application click here.

 

Don’t see anything here that helps your organization?

The Juneau Community Foundation has a very limited amount of discretionary funds at any given time. But, sometimes we do have limited funds for grants. Also, we can discuss your project with donor advisors who have expressed an interest in the area you seek funding, to see if they are interested in funding your project.

To alert us to your organization’s needs, please fill out a short Grant Request Form to let us know about a project or program that you would like funding for. Please send the completed form to Amy Skilbred at amy@juneaucf.org. We will get back to you.