Grant Application

Grant Application

There are two paths to be considered for a grant from The Janice Seagraves Family Foundation, Inc; 1. If the request is under $10,ooo you must submit a letter detailing your request.  Along with a copy of your IRS 501(C)(3), authorization letter. You must also give us the EIN number for your nonprofit.  OR  2. If the request is for $10,000 or greater, you must complete the following application and attach the required documents. Once you finish the application, please return it to the Foundation via email to so the review process may begin. Once the Board completes its review, it will notify the contact person of its decision. Grant requests made by organizations that are not recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3), or are not a school, religious organization, or a governmental entity will not receive grants. Please understand that funds are limited and if your project proposal does not fall within the scope of the Foundation’s focus, the proposal will not receive grant money. To inform potential grantees, the Foundation’s Mission Statement has been affixed below.

The Foundation’s Board of Directors meets bi-monthly to review the grant applications received by the Foundation. For those grant applications under $10,000, the Foundation will generally make a decision at the next meeting following receipt of the request. Larger grant requests are reviewed and the most promising applications are invited to present their grant requests at the Large Grant Meeting. The Large Grant Meeting is held twice a year once in the late spring and once in the late fall. 

The Janice Seagraves Family Foundation does not make grants to individuals.

Examples of past grant recipients include:  Camp Rainbow Gold, Magic Valley Youth Orchestra , Shoshone Animal Shelter, Twin Falls, Police  Department, Buhl Fire Department, Lincoln County Youth Center, Magic Valley Fellowship Hall, Wooly Burgers 4-H club, Kimberly School FFA, Stanley School Library, and Racing For Charity.

Mission Statement

The Janet Seagraves Family Foundation, Inc., will grant funds to non-profit organizations, schools, religious entities and governmental entities along the Hwy 93, Hwy 75 Corridor between the Northern boundary of Nevada and the Northern boundary of Custer County, Idaho (inclusive of Custer and Butte counties) which:  
  • Provide financial assistance for education, or education related activities 
  • Provide funding assistance to non-profit organizations benefiting families and/or children
  • Further humanitarian principles by the provision of grants 
  • Provide funding assistance to non-profit organizations specifically organized to provide for the humane treatment of animals.