The Janice Seagraves Family Foundation, Inc., will grant funds to nonprofit organizations along the Hwy 93, Hwy 75 Corridor between the northern Nevada border and the southern Custer County, Idaho border, which:
§ Provide financial assistance and/or scholarships for education, or education related activities
§ Provide funding assistance to nonprofit organizations benefiting families and/or children
§ Further humanitarian principles by the provision of grants and scholarships
§ Provide funding assistance to non-profit organizations specifically organized to provide for the humane treatment of animals
Janice Seagraves Family Foundation
The Janice Seagraves Family Foundation has made many grants to organizations in the Magic Valley. The Foundation accepts grant applications via email from new entities and those who have previously received grants.
The Foundation’s Board of Directors meets bi-monthly to review the grant applications received by the Foundation. For those grant applications under $12,000, the Foundation will generally make a decision at the next meeting following receipt of the request. Larger grant requests are reviewed and the most promising applications are invited to present their grant requests at the Large Grant Meeting. The Large Grant Meeting is held twice a year once in the late spring and once in the late fall.
Grant submissions for the spring meeting are due by April 1st and the fall meeting by October 15th and should be done by email in a PDF or word processing format.
Please review the Mission Statement below prior to submitting an application to ensure that your request meets the funding and categorical limitations.
Past Large Grant Recipients include:
Twin Falls School Foundation, Projector in Every Classroom Project
People for Pets
St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center Endowment
CSI Foundation Scholarship Endowment
Buhl Pocket Park
South Central Community Action Partnership
Blaine County Senior Connection
Rotarun Ski Hill
Mustard Tree Community Wellness Clinic