Paul and Elizabeth Younts Trust – Foundation Grants – Wells Fargo

Paul and Elizabeth Younts Trust

    
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Mission

To provide grants to qualified 501(c)(3) organizations that offer health services.

Application deadlines

February 28

Program areas

Health
Public/society benefit

States served

North Carolina

Types of support

Program support

Geographic limitations

North Carolina

Trustees

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

The Paul and Elizabeth Younts Trust provides grants to organizations that offer health services in North Carolina.

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

The foundation typically does not fund requests for:

  • Salaries

Average giving

Average grant size: $27,500
Average number of grants per year: 1-2
Average total giving per year: $36,000

Application period and deadlines

Applications are accepted year-round. Applications must be submitted by February 28 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.

Required agreements and reports

Periodic progress reports and final reports may be required for funded projects.

About the Foundation

The Paul and Elizabeth Younts Trust was established under the Last Will and Testament of Paul R. Younts.

A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Paul R. Younts (1899-1971) served in the U.S. Army during World War I and was the longest serving commander of the Army Air Force’s Overseas Replacement Depot (ORD) located in Greensboro, NC during World War II. In addition, he served as North Carolina state highway commissioner in the early 1960s. After his death, a section of the expressway that runs through Charlotte, NC was named in his honor.