Request for Proposals

The North Carolina Community Foundation is seeking proposals from June 28, 2024, to NOON on July 30, 2024, from nonprofit organizations with programs, projects and general operations that serve eastern NC and focus on one of the following areas:

Read on for more information about these focus areas, eligibility and how to apply.

Information for Grantseekers

How to Apply


All proposals must be submitted electronically, using NCCF’s online application system.

  1. If this is your first time applying, follow the instructions in Training Module I to create a profile. If your organization already has an account, use your information to log in.
  2. Once your profile is created or you have logged in to an existing account, you will be directed to your dashboard. Click on the word “Apply” at the top of the page.
  3. You will arrive at a page with information about applying for a grant from NCCF. In the upper right-hand corner, you will see an “Access Code” box. In that box, type the word: MrsB. Then, click on the Enter Code button. NOTE: The Access Code is case-sensitive.
  4. The page will refresh, and a link to the online portal, titled “Louise Oriole Burevitch Fund – 2024 Grant Program for Eastern NC” will appear. Click on the blue “Apply” button to access the application form, which is only available during the program’s open cycle.


We recommend reviewing the application in its entirety prior to applying in order to familiarize yourself with the information required. The application is accessible in the online system before and during the open cycle by clicking the “Preview” button. You must complete the steps above in order to preview the application.

Questions?

Contact our grants manager

NCCF cannot attempt to speak on behalf of the advisory committee or pre-approve ideas based on pitches. Use the links above to review tips to strengthen your application and frequently asked questions. Once you enter the online system, we encourage you to review the entire application and its instructions. You can even print a copy.