The S.T.E.P. program (Students Teaching and Empowering Philanthropy) is excited to announce a $20,000 funding opportunity for nonprofits in the Marshall County area.
Now in its third year, S.T.E.P. is a philanthropic program open to sophomores, juniors and seniors and is sponsored by the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation and the Community Foundation of Marshall County, an affiliate of the Community Foundation of Northeast Iowa, in cooperation with Marshalltown High School. This program allows high school age students in Marshalltown to learn about local non-profit organizations and practice philanthropy.
The S.T.E.P. grant application form for 2014 is now available. The postmark deadline is February 3, 2014. Non-profit organizations and projects located in Marshall County, Iowa may apply for funding from the S.T.E.P. Committee, which is responsible for allocating $20,000 this year to support projects addressing community issues. Organizations interested in receiving an application may send an e-mail request to firstname.lastname@example.org or access the application online at www.marthaellentyefoundation.org on the Grantmaking page.
For more information contact Program Manager & S.T.E.P. Coordinator Heidi Pierson at the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation, (641) 752-8340.