Guidelines for Organizations Requesting Contributions from the

Contribution priorities:
· projects for youth (newborn through college age)
· projects which affect a large number of youth
· projects which take place locally
· projects in which Kiwanis support can be recognized prominently
· projects which members of Kiwanis Club of Fargo serve as volunteers

Contributions generally not made for:
· general operating expense support
· permanent endowments for scholarships or other purposes
· specific religious programs, although programs conducted by religious organizations which are open to all youth regardless of religious affiliation will be considered

General instructions:
The Kiwanis Club of Fargo makes contributions to nonprofit organizations which have obtained a 501 C (3) ruling from the Internal Revenue Service. Please provide a copy of this documentation and a copy of your Board of Directors.

Complete the Grant Application email to:
Ann Schoenberg, Fargo Kiwanis Grant Review Chair

You will be contacted if further information is required.

The committee will review your application and make a recommendation to the Board of Directors. If funding is approved here, a general membership vote may be required. This process generally takes a few months.  

Our Kiwanis Grants Committee meets twice a year in late-January and late-July. 

Deadline for grant applications are January 1st and July 1st. 

Click here for the Application