Mar 26, 2024

Our Grantmaking Portal is Open!

Are you a changemaker with an idea?

Beginning on March 25, 2024, the portal will open for funding proposal submissions. New this year is a short pre-application process, which you can submit as soon as you have an idea for a mental health or substance abuse-related initiative. Funding for proposed projects will be awarded to applications with solid evidence-based data arguments.

501(c)(3) not-for-profit organizations, churches, state-accredited schools, and government entities can apply for funding from Bethany Legacy Foundation.

Visit the grantmaking tab on our website to see the 2024 funding calendar, the grant guidelines pdf, and the grant application pdf. Click the “Apply For a Grant” button to apply.

The portal will accept grant applications through August 16, 2024. This timing is subject to change based on the amount of funding requests and projects we fund.

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