Sadie and Harry Davis Foundation*
Evelyn deFrees, Executive Director
P.O. Box 109
Belfast, ME 04915
Maximum Grant Amount
NOTE: The May 6 LOI deadline has been extended to May 15, 2019
Sadie and Harry Davis Foundation is accepting applications for the 2019 Small Grants program for projects and programs that advance Maine children's health.
Almost all forms of grants will be considered (e.g., program grants, capacity building grants, challenge grants, matching grants, etc.). However, as a rule, the Foundation would not expect to make capital grants (e.g., funding for equipment, building, etc.), or grants to individuals.
Successful applicants typically have strong track records and take approaches that are creative but well grounded (e.g., in data, theory, best practices, evaluation methods, etc.).
In general, the Foundation looks for proposals that address Maine’s poorest and most underserved populations (e.g., low-income, rural, etc.).
This year, the Foundation will not accept unsolicited oral health proposals. Oral health proposals will be by invitation only, as the Foundation aligns its oral health funding with other significant oral health initiatives in Maine.
There is a two-step process for applying to the Small Grants Program -- a Letter of Interest (Step 1) and a Full Application (Step 2). Letters of Interest are due by May 6, 2019 - Extended to May 15. Invited Full Applications will be due by June 21, 2019.
Go directly to guidelines and application