Community Support Fund Grant Application 2018-19

The Junior League of Boca Raton (JLBR) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving the community through educational and charitable works. The purpose of the Community Support Fund (CSF) is to identify and aid non-profit agencies who support communities within the JLBR service area (Palm Beach County south of Lake Worth Road and Northern Broward County). The proposed funding is required to be used towards assisting the community in one or more of the three focus areas of the Junior League of Boca Raton: hunger, child welfare, or non-profit support.

The Community Support Fund (CSF) grant applications are reviewed and funded during the JLBR's administrative year (September-May).  Although grants are accepted throughout the year they are only awarded in December & April.  Applications must be completed and submitted no later than September 30th for the December distribution and no later than March 1st for the April distribution.  

Please contact the Administrator of the Community Support Fund should you have any questions by emailing csf@jlbr.org or calling the Junior League of Boca Raton at (561) 620-2553 ext. 307 to leave a message.

Project Details

Please list current sources of funding for the entire organization (include amounts and sources):

Promotion & Logo Info

JLBR logos can be found at www.jlbr.org and then by selecting Press and Enter Press Room or by clicking here.

Other Information

By submitting this application, I certify and agree to the following:

  1. If my organization is awarded a grant, the money granted will be spent to support only the above project proposed. Any money not utilized for this grant will be returned to the Junior League of Boca Raton (JLBR).
  2. A record of all expenditures, together with copies of legible receipts, will be maintained for grants of $1500 or more and must be submitted, within 6 months of expense, to the JLBR. Smaller grants may also be asked to provide proof of expenditures.
  3. The JLBR may use grant information and the amount awarded for publicity purposes.
  4. The organization receiving funding is required to provide an impact statement detailing how the project has impacted the community served and submit photographs (organization will be responsible for receiving parental consent).
  5. Organization agrees to acknowledge JLBR support of the project in any and all public promotion and social media posts. Click here to download a copy of our logo.
  6. Organizations receiving a grant less than  $1500 are encouraged, while grants of $1500 or more are required, to complete one training session offered through the JLBR Non-Profit Leadership Series within one year of receiving an award.

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