Funding Inquiry

Are you currently receiving funds from the Barker Welfare Foundation and want to submit a report inquiry for your organization?
Please email SusanDeMaio@barkerwelfare.org for access.

Barker Welfare Foundation

Application Process

In advance of submitting a funding request for your organization, we ask that you please adhere to the application process.

A telephone call is suggested to determine if the organization seeking to apply for a grant falls within the current General Policy of the Foundation.

If you believe that your organization’s mission and programs are consistent with the Foundation’s interests then please complete the Funding Inquiry, click on “Continue” below. Funding Inquires are accepted all year long.

Other requirements for an Funding Inquiry:

  • Copy of the first page of your most recent 990 filed with the IRS.
  • Current budget (including income and expense) for the whole organization.
  • Copy of the organization's 501(c)3.

If the organization falls within the Foundations guidelines and is of interest to the Grants Advisory Committee you will be asked to complete a full application. Applications are initiated by the Foundation.

The Foundation Board meets twice per year. For our Spring meeting, completed proposals must be received before February 1 and for our Fall meeting, before August 1.

Because the Foundation receives many more requests than it can fund, applicants may be notified at anytime during the process that funds are not available. Should we decline to support a proposal, we ask applicants to wait at least one year before reapplying.

Organizations who are approved for a grant will receive the funds approximately six weeks after the Directors meet.

Grantsmanship

Funding Inquiry

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