The Parasol Tahoe Community Foundation invites proposals for its 2023 Community Fund Grant Cycle.
Submission Deadline: Complete proposal with cover page and attachments must be submitted to email@example.com by 4:00pm on Monday, June 5. Late or incomplete submissions will not go through to the evaluation process.
Cover Page: All applicants must provide a cover page providing the following in the order listed:
Proposal: Narrative must address each of the following items in the order listed below. Please include each number, and question or statement in bold prior to your written response. Please limit narrative responses to no more than three pages.
Attachments: Please include the following attachments:
When possible, please combine all documents (cover page, proposal narrative, and attachments) into one file for submission.
All applicants will receive a determination letter by July 31, 2023.
For any questions regarding this grant cycle, please contact Laura Roche or 775.298.0190.
If you want to learn more about the Community Fund grant application or have any questions about the application and/or process, please watch our Community Fund Information Session Webinar.
Lahontan Community Foundation (LCF) was founded in 2002 by the members, homeowners, and employees of the Lahontan Community in Truckee. LCF’s mission is to bring the Lahontan community together to have fun and raise as much money as possible to support the good works of local nonprofit organizations making a difference in the Truckee-North Tahoe region. Each year in late winter/early spring, LCF awards grants through a competitive grant cycle to nonprofit organizations working toward the betterment of Truckee and North Lake Tahoe communities.
WHEN: The annual Lahontan Community Foundation Fund Grant Cycle opens for application in late Winter each year.
HOW: Sign up (BELOW) for our Nonprofit E-news to get notified when the grant cycle opens.
The purpose of the Donald W. Reynolds Community Nonprofit Center (DWR Center) is to provide an economical and collaborative environment for nonprofit organizations. Since 2002, Parasol has operated the DWR Center as an innovative grant program providing nonprofit organizations with furnished office space, secure storage space and access to professional meeting rooms and event space. These grants are awarded to nonprofit, public charities and are annually renewable.
WHEN: All DWR Center Grants are open for application at any time throughout the year. All DWR Center Grants terminate on December 31st each year and are open for renewal annually.
HOW: See each individual grant section for more information.
If your organization meets the above requirements and is interested in using meeting space in the DWR Center, please contact Laura Roche, Program Director for more information on how to apply.
The DWR Center storage is currently full. Please contact Laura Roche, Program Director, to add your organization to the waiting list.
The DWR Center Resident Grant presents an excellent opportunity for an organization to leverage generous operational support provided in the professional and secure DWR Center, allowing staff to focus their efforts on offering quality programs and services and sharing their passion with the community.
Organizations applying for a DWR Center Resident Grant must meet the following criteria:
If your organization meets the above applicant criteria and you are interested in applying for a DWR Center Resident Grant, please review the DWR Center Resident Grant Information Packet to find details on how to begin the application process.