To help our applicants be as well informed as possible, we share what we look for in a variety of programs and proposal types.
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On March 15, MMT will take a hiatus from some grantmaking through the summer and into the fall while we engage with our partners. The Trust is suspending our Responsive Grants and Grassroots Grants programs to reorganize our grantmaking into priority funding areas. After March 15, we will no longer award grants to organizations for work done in Clark County, Wash. We will dedicate $1.5 million to the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington in support of its community grantmaking.
Because Meyer Memorial Trust funds a wide array of projects and organizations, it is impossible to predict with certainty what proposals will be funded going forward. This tool is designed to help you quickly determine if you are eligible to apply for funds from MMT and if so, which program may best match your needs.
We're sorry, your organization does not meet all MMT's eligibility criteria. You might want to check these other resources for funders with different eligibility criteria.
We're sorry, you are seeking support for something MMT generally does not fund. You might want to check these other resources for funders that do not have these restrictions.
You should apply for a Program-Related Investment. If you are seeking a combination grant and loan, submit both requests in the same application. When completing your Initial Inquiry, be sure to include information regarding the size, terms, and repayment strategy for the PRI you are requesting in addition to indicating the amount requested in the form of a grant. You can access the PRI guidelines below. You can also find information useful in applying for this program at our Help Desk.