Q1. What is the deadline for submitting a grant application? A1. All  final grant applications must be received by August 31. However, the Grants committee will begin review of received grant applications beginning August 1. Clarification requests regarding the application will be sent to applicants in August.   

Q2. What is the amount of funding that can be requested? A2. Any amount up to $5,000.00.

Q3. Will partial funding be considered?  A3. Yes. We will provide partial funding in some cases. 

Q4. Does The Women's Fund provide grants to fund staff salaries?  A4. No. Our focus is on providing funds for new, innovative programs for the benefit of women and girls in Weld County, not on-going salaries for existing programs.

Q5. Will The Women's Fund provide grants for men/boys?  A5. No. Our focus is on providing funds for new, innovative programs for the benefit of women and girls in Weld County.

Q6. Can I apply for a grant if I have received a previous grant from The Women's Fund?  A6. Yes, an organization can apply if funds are being requested for a new and innovative program, different from previous requests, and as long as the Grant Evaluation form has been submitted.

Q7. Does the organization need to be located in Weld County?  A7. No. However, the program requesting grant funding must benefit women and girls in Weld County.

Q8. When will I be notified if I have received a grant?  A8. All grant recipients will be notified by October 1.

Q9. Will I be notified if I do not receive a grant?  A9. Yes. An email will be sent to all grant applicants after grants are accepted by the recipients. 

Q10. Who do I contact if I have questions about the grant process?  A10. Please contact The Women's Fund Grant Committee by emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Q11. Do the agencies seeking grant funding need to be non-profit organizations?  A11. Yes. The organization seeking grant funding must be a non-profit.