We are excited to announce the launch of our new grant application format, effective for the November 1, 2016 proposal deadline. Below are PDF documents to help you successfully prepare and submit a funding request.
Please read What We Fund carefully to determine if your organization’s programs or projects meet our funding criteria. Organizations may also complete the Eligibility Quiz to help determine their suitability for a grant from The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation.
Eligible organizations, including current grantees requesting a new grant, begin the application process by submitting a proposal through our online application system.
Before you begin your application, we suggest you print the PDF documents below, to be sure to submit a complete application. Please note the online application has individual text boxes that coincide with the numbered questions in the Narrative guideline below:
Application step-by-step flow chart (230 KB)
Financial Attachments Instructions (181 KB)
Attachments Checklist (265 KB)
SPECIAL NOTE FOR ARTS AND HUMANITIES ORGANIZATIONS: The Foundation is no longer requiring arts and humanities applicants to submit organizational and financial data via the Cultural Data Profile (DCP) of DataArts (formerly Cultural Data Project) effective November 15, 2018.
As noted in What We Fund, the Foundation does not generally fund capital requests. However, if you have spoken to a member of our staff and still wish to apply for capital support, in addition to submitting the Organization and Project Narrative and Attachments through the online application system, please also submit the Capital Project Narrative and Capital Project Attachments to the Foundation by mail.
Capital Project Narrative (212 KB)
Monday, July 1, 2019
Friday, November 1, 2019
Monday, March 2, 2020
NOTE: The online application portal closes at 5:00pm on deadline days.
If you have specific questions about the work of your organization, your project or program, please contact email@example.com or 202.223.3100.