Emma Carey Groh Trust – Foundation Grants – Wells Fargo

Emma Carey Groh Trust

    
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Mission

To benefit children, including children with disabilities, who live in group homes, orphanages, and homeless shelters.

Application deadlines

May 1

Program areas

Education
Health
Human Services

States served

All

Types of support

Grants must provide direct benefit to children. No support for construction costs, capital improvements or other indirect expenses.

Population served

Children and children with disabilities.

Trustees

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

The Emma Carey Groh Trust provides grants to group homes, orphanages, and homeless shelters for programs that specifically benefit children, including children with disabilities.

Requirements

  • To be eligible, organizations must qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
  • Applications must be submitted through the online grant application form or alternative accessible application designed for assistive technology users.

Limitations

Grants must provide direct benefit to children. The foundation does not fund requests for:

  • Construction costs
  • Capital improvements
  • Expenses that do not directly benefit children

Grantmaking priorities

Preference may be given to requests for the following:

  • Programs that serve children with disabilities

Average giving

Average grant size: $4,000
Average number of grants per year: 1-2
Average total giving per year: $4,500

Application period and deadlines

Applications are accepted year-round. Applications must be submitted by May 1 to be reviewed at the annual grant meeting.

Communications

Applicants will receive an email confirming their submission. Grant decisions are generally communicated within 3 months of the application deadline for applications received by the deadline.

About the Foundation

The Emma Carey Groh Trust was established under the Last Will and Testament of Emma Carey Groh. The trust benefits children, including children with disabilities, who live in group homes, orphanages, and homeless shelters.