Letters of Intent Now Being Accepted for 2019 Grant Funding


Konza United Way Now Accepting Letters of Intent for 2019 Grant Funding

NEWS RELEASE

For immediate release – Thursday, January 11, 2018

 

Contact: Mark Claussen, director@konzaunitedway.org, (785) 776-3779

Konza United Way is Accepting Letters of Intent for 2019 Funding

Konza United Way is accepting letters of intent for 2019 funding from viable 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations whose programming provides for local community needs in health, education or income within the six-county region of Clay, Marshall, Potawatomie, Riley, Washington and Wabaunsee County.

All letters of intent must outline each program’s services and needs for funding in 350 words or less. All letters must be accompanied by the nonprofit organization’s most recent audit or review; compilations will not be accepted.

Letters will be accepted now through Monday February 5, 2018 at 5:00 pm. The letters will be accepted by hand-delivery to the Konza United Way office, sent via US Mail or electronically via email.        

Konza United Way

                                    PO Box 922

                                    Manhattan, KS 66505-0922

                                                      or

                                    555 Poyntz Ave., Suite 269

director@konzaunitedway.org

 

Additional details regarding the letter of intent process and deadlines may be found on the Konza United Way site at: www.konzaunitedway.org  For further information, please contact Konza United Way at (785) 776-3779.

 

Financial Requirement Policy

for Agencies Applying for Konza United Way Funding

 

Konza United Way requires all agencies applying for grants to submit either a review or an audit. An audit will be required if one of the following conditions apply: the agency has revenue that is equal to or greater than $300,000 or the agency has assets that are equal to or greater than $500,000. Compilations will not be accepted.

 

This policy will be enforced beginning with the 2017 Letter of Intent process.

 

Financial Requirement Policy amended:  May 19, 2015