Applying for a grant
WFM’s 2019 Grant Cycle
The Women’s Foundation of Montana’s Grant Cycle is currently closed. We are working on a listening tour of Montana to better inform the focus of our grantmaking. Watch for our new grantee announcement in the spring of 2020!
We are proud of more than nineteen years of improving the ability of women to lead economically independent lives and creating brighter futures for girls.
WFM is most interested in projects that directly improve the ability of women and girls to become more economically successful. We have three focus areas for our grantmaking:
· Ensure All Women Have the Tools, Skills and Opportunity to Reach Their Full Economic Potential
o Career and entrepreneurship programs
o STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) programs
o Financial literacy programs
o Training and resources to increase women’s employability and earnings
· Create Systemic Change to Improve the Economic Status of Women
o Advocate for public policies that improve the economic status of women
o Conduct research in support of policy change that improves the economic status of women
· Advance Women’s Leadership and Power
o Increase political participation of women
o Increase women’s leadership skills
Grant sizes range from $1,000 to $10,000. Grant recipients must be a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. We support current programs, pilot projects, improved organizational efficiency, and advocacy campaigns. We value innovation, collaboration, and tangible, measurable results that are statewide or regional in nature. We are particularly interested in projects taking a two-generation approach.
We do not fund the following types of requests:
- Educational scholarships or business loans for individuals
- Capital campaigns for building projects
- Endowment campaigns
For more information on how to apply for funding contact Jen Euell at 406-461-7695 or email@example.com.