Quick Response Crisis Grant
2018 Core Support Grant program suspended
January 16, 2018 — Our community is experiencing extraordinary times. The impacts of the recent natural disasters that struck our area are just beginning to be realized and felt. Individuals, families and businesses are all reeling from the devastation. Our nonprofit sector is not immune to these impacts. Now, more than ever, our nonprofits will be called upon to help our community come together to rebuild, renew, support and nurture one another. Hutton Parker Foundation is committed to helping our nonprofits maintain operational stability while meeting the demand for consistent and in some cases expanded program and service to their clients.
For these reasons, Hutton Parker Foundation is suspending its 2018 Core Support Grant program and replacing it with a Quick Response Crisis Grant program. $1 million has been designated to fund Quick Response Crisis requests. A Streamlined application form and procedures have been provided. Please follow the link below or contact Pam Lewis, COO at email@example.com or 805-957-4740 x 105 with any questions.
The Thomas Fire and the ensuing Montecito Mudflows have delivered a disaster to Santa Barbara that hasn’t been felt since the 1925 earthquake. Lives lost, property destroyed and many local businesses under server economic pressure.
Hutton Parker Foundation strives to provide organizational sustainability to community-based nonprofit organizations throughout Santa Barbara County and to assist agencies in achieving their highest level of performance and delivery of services resulting in stronger, more efficient communities for all.
Effective January 16, 2018, Hutton Parker Foundation is suspending its 2018 Core Support Grant program and replacing it with a Quick Response Crisis Grant program. Applications for the Quick Response Crisis Grant program are being accepted now.
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