Application Process and Eligibility:
The Foundation annually funds in several grantmaking strategies. Our application process in all of our strategies is invitation only; we do not accept solicitations. To be eligible for a grant from Grousemont Foundation, applicants must be classified as a 501(c)(3) public charity or 170(c)(1) government instrumentality by the Internal Revenue Service.
In support of current needs in our focus area of Youth and Children:
Through an invitation-only Request for Proposal (RFP) process, we make several grants to programs supporting youth and children in focus areas determined each year by the Grousemont Foundation Board of Trustees.
In honor of our founders:
We make one (or more) large gifts in support of a capital or project campaign in the areas of community development, the arts, education and civic renewal.
In support of the learning and engagement of our younger generations:
The Grousemont G3 Grantmaking Committee is comprised of members of the third generation of the Wright/Rolfe family. The Committee decides on a focus area each year for a collective grantmaking process, and distributes one or more grants totaling $30,000 through an invitation-only RFP process.
In support of the civic involvement of our current family members:
Trustees of the Foundation and family members involved with community organizations are encouraged to submit funding requests to the Foundation for support of causes that are important to them.