The San Diego-based Conrad Prebys Foundation is launching its first grants cycle this fall/winter.
Conrad Prebys Foundation will consider proposals from nonprofits in San Diego working in one of the following areas: medical research, health care, higher education, visual and performing arts, youth development, and animal conservation.
The foundation will consider requests for general operating funds, program support, technology/equipment, scholarship funds, new strategic initiatives, capital campaigns/projects, and, on occasion, multiyear grants. (For capital requests, additional documentation is required.)
The foundation does NOT make grants to or for individuals, endowments or endowment campaigns, private foundations or other regranting organizations, debt retirement or to cover past operating deficits, special event or gala sponsorship, or any type of activity intended to support candidates for political office or influence legislation or for religious or doctrinal purposes (although faith-based organizations may apply for program support in one of the foundation’s focus areas).
Applicants must be tax exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Letters of Intent are due by October 30.
For additional details and a link to the online application portal, see the Conrad Prebys Foundation website.