Micro Grants Program
Micro Grants are designed as a timely funding mechanism for requests that address community problems. Preferred requests are project or program-based and have meaningful community benefit.
Grant Program Details
Eligibility & Requirements
- Applicant must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, government entity, or other IRS-recognized charitable organization serving Teton County, Wyoming OR be fiscally-sponsored by an entity that meets these requirements.
- Grant funds must be used exclusively in Teton County, Wyoming.
- Funds may not be used for debt retirement or religious or political activities.
- Applicant’s work must not be primarily focused on influencing legislation.
- Grant funds may not be used for a project or training that has already been completed.
Funding for Micro Grants is limited. Applicants may request up to $2,000 once per calendar year. (Larger requests may be submitted through Competitive Grants.) Proposals may be partially funded.
Micro Grants are designed as a timely funding mechanism for requests that address community problems. Preferred requests are project or program-based and have meaningful community benefit. Operations-related requests may be considered in the case of unanticipated, one-time expenses.
This program typically does not support recurring expenses, general operating expenses, routine maintenance, or requests that have been previously funded by the Community Foundation or requested more than once within a 12-month period.
Application period: 1st-15th of each month
Review period: 16th-30th/31st of each month
Response period: by the 7th of the following month
Grant checks mailed for funded proposals: by the 21st of the following month
The Micro Grants program will reopen in January 2023.
Grant reports are not required for Micro Grants.
Micro Grants are funded by Old Bill’s CoChallengers.
Information from your proposal may be shared with other potential funders or used in Community Foundation of Jackson Hole marketing materials or in grant writing workshops. The Community Foundation reserves the right to verify any information provided in your proposal. This includes but is not limited to references to data sources, collaborative partners, and financial information.