Grant Application

The Giacoletto Foundation was established in 2007, fulfilling the wishes of John and Lawrence Giacoletto.Application

The two brothers were life-long supporters of education, institutions of higher learning, and libraries. The Giacoletto brothers’ devotion to education, as well as their interest in the technical and cultural aspects of life, are carried on through this foundation. A better educated public will honor the lives and memories of both John and Lawrence.

The Foundation staff carefully screens grant applicants. Those meeting the established criteria are presented to the Advisory Board for consideration. The board reviews proposals approximately four times a year.

When a decision has been reached, the organization is notified promptly in writing of the approval or denial of the grant proposal.

When a grant is approved, it is essential that the grantee also accept the terms and conditions set forth in an “Agreement of Donee”. These conditions include financial reporting, a summary of the fund-raising results, and other information needed to review and evaluate the project.

  • Grants are confined to nonprofit tax-exempt organizations, to be used for charitable purposes.
  • Grants must be for programs and projects for the benefit of the educational, technical and cultural aspects of life.
  • Please read before completing this form

    Only complete this form AFTER your Grant Letter of Inquiry has been approved!
    You will be required to upload proof of 501c3 status AND your most recent financial statement or form 990.
    Please have these documents ready to upload with this form in PDF or JPG format.
  • Your history, purpose, activities, etc..
  • One name per line with title
  • A clear and detailed description
  • How much are you requesting for your proposed project?
  • Accepted file types: pdf, jpg.
    Or the last IRS Form 990-Income Tax Return of Organization Exempt from Income
  • Accepted file types: pdf, jpb.
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