• Great Expectations Fund Expands to Vallejo

    October 21, 2019
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE            Contact:  Samantha Fordyce
    11 October 2019
                               Development Associate
                                                   Solano Community Foundation
                                                   707-399-3846  *  Samantha@solanocf.org
     

    Great Expectations Fund Expands to Vallejo
    Schools and Nonprofits Eligible for Enrichment Grants

    FAIRFIELD, Calif.:  Vallejo schools and nonprofits looking for youth enrichment funding have a new option – Solano Community Foundation announces the application cycle for grants from The Great Expectations Fund is open now and until 15 May 2020.

    This is a competitive award program, making grants of up to $2,500 each max, to support public schools and qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations serving Fairfield, Suisun, and Vallejo children and youth ages 5 to 20.  The purpose of these grants is to provide low-income and at-risk (at promise) children with a variety of academic, cultural enrichment, and/or character development activities and experiences.

    Specifically, funding will support out-of-town field trips and excursions which expand horizons and cultivate new interests, both academically and culturally.  Nature and travel activities are included, but not attendance at sports events.

    Successful applicants will be those organizations (schools and nonprofit agencies) that have limited or no funding, or lack the ability to raise their own funds for this purpose.

    Grants are not intended to promote religion/religious practices.

    Visit SCF’s website, www.SolanoCF.org for further information and to apply.

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    The Solano Community Foundation is a qualified public charity that received its 501(c)(3) tax-exempt determination in March of 1996.  It serves the charitable needs of Solano County residents.  It administers a number of component funds that make grants and award scholarships to other non-profits and schools.  The Foundation also offers community workshops and training in the areas of governance, fundraising, leadership, and management, and advocates for needed programs and services.  To learn more about SCF’s mission, funds, or programs, or to join their Nonprofit Partnership Program, visit their website at www.solanocf.org.  Look for them on Facebook as Solano Community Foundation.  They are also on Twitter and Instagram.
    Contact:
    Samantha Fordyce, Development Associate
    (707) 399-3846
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