Grants

How to apply

Application Process

The Pupkewitz Foundation awards grants in the following areas: Education, Health, Community Care, Environment, Arts & Culture,  and Sport. Occasionally, program teams will do an open call for proposals within a focus area. For initiatives, we often use a request for proposals process to fund specific efforts in a cohort model. 

To Apply

Before considering applying to Pupkewitz Foundation, we recommend first visiting the relevant pages in the Our Work section to explore our current strategies.

If you believe your charitable organization has a request that fits within our guidelines, we suggest that you write us a preliminary letter of no more than two pages. The letter should tell us about your organization, the project you have in mind and the amount of support you will need from us. We respond in writing to all preliminary inquiries. In cases that warrant further consideration, we may ask you to furnish a full proposal. Email or faxed requests will not be considered.

We wish to appreciate the distinctive nature of your charity so we don’t use rigid forms, but we do ask that you read our guidelines carefully to ensure you have included all the information our Trustees need to make an informed decision – this will speed up the decision process for you.  You may submit your application online through our website and receive an immediate acknowledgement email, giving you the comfort that we have safely received it. Applying online also enables you to save your proposal and share it with colleagues.

Getting Started

Who is Ineligible

Organizations that fail to comply with all applicable Legal and National Statutes and local laws relating to nondiscrimination. Organizations that fail to take affirmative action to ensure that employees are treated during employment and applicants are considered for employment, without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, ancestry, age, physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability, marital status, or unfavorable discharge from military service. See Non-Discrimination Statement and Screening Policy.

Any organization which uses any of the categories outlined in the non-discrimination provision found in the Form Grant Agreement in staffing or hiring decisions or in who receives services, will not be eligible for Foundation grant opportunities.

Programs operated to benefit for-profit organizations.

Grant Programmes

Before considering applying to Pupkewitz Foundation, we recommend first visiting the relevant pages in the Our Work section to explore our current strategies.

Reporting

Communication and accountability by grantees are critical to the Foundation in ensuring the continued effectiveness of our grantmaking.

Grant Holders

Communication and accountability by grantees are critical to the Foundation in ensuring the continued effectiveness of our grantmaking.

Application Resources

  • Guide to Portal
  • Grant Terms

Additional Support