Grant Application and Reporting

The Summit Foundation accepts nonprofit grant applications twice per year: Spring and Fall.

Spring 2015 grant applications are due Friday, April 17th, 2015 at noon at The Summit Foundation offices in Breckenridge.

Please note there are some changes to the application.  Our funding categories have changed from Art & Culture, Education, Environment, Health and Human Services and Sports and Recreation to the “Impact Areas” listed on the application.  Please feel free to contact The Summit Foundation with any questions regarding the application.

Prior to submission, first-time grant applicants are encouraged to contact Executive Director Jeanne Bistranin regarding the intended application. 

Grant applications may be submitted electronically.  To apply, please download the application below.  The Funding and Submission Guidelines are also below for your assistance in your application process.  Please read and follow these directions carefully.

Submit one completed application in a PDF format to: [email protected].  We suggest you print your completed Common Grant Application and all attachments and scan them as one document which you would then email as your completed Grant Application.

Description of new Impact Areas

2015 Spring Grant Guidelines

2015 Spring Summit County Grant Application

Alternatively, one hard copy grant application may be submitted to The Summit Foundation via mail or in person at our office. The same deadlines apply. A postmark is not sufficient to be sure the application is received by the deadline.

2015 Spring Neighboring Communities Grant Guidelines

2015 Spring Neighboring Communities Application