Applicants should review funding interests before submitting a Letter of Inquiry.
If, upon review of a Letter of Inquiry, the Foundation invites a Grant Application, instructions will then be provided.
A Letter of Inquiry should address the following on not more than two pages:
- organization description
- proposed program description
- anticipated outcomes
- evaluation measures
- budget and amount to be requested from the Foundation
- other funding sources
- if the applicant is an environmental group, a description of any public position taken on national population concerns
Applicants should submit one copy to John F. Rohe, Vice President-Philanthropy in Microsoft Word format by e-mail (preferred) or mail.
A separate Letter of Inquiry must be submitted for each program. A Letter of Inquiry need not be sent for a project previously-funded by the Foundation.