Foundation / Corporation
Home Instead Senior Care Foundation
Opportunity to USA nonprofit organizations serving seniors to be included in an online platform for charitable giving. Funding is intended to improve the quality of life of seniors. Nonprofit organizations listed on the crowdfunding platform will also be eligible for both matching funds and financial rewards during the annual event, and matching funds during the Giving Tuesday event.
There are two ways nonprofit organizations can participate on the GIVE65 platform:
1. Participate in the annual GIVE65 Event
Apply to participate in Home Instead Senior Care Foundation’s annual 65-hour GIVE65 Event. If selected to participate, the nonprofit will harness the power of generosity in its local community while competing for matching grants and financial rewards. All participating organizations are eligible for both matching funds and financial rewards.
2. Participate in the GIVE65 #GivingTuesday celebration
#GivingTuesday is a global day dedicated to giving back. Held annually on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving, this international day of giving inspires people to give back in impactful ways. If selected to participate, the organization will be eligible for matching dollars.
The Foundation currently intends to offer two financial reward category types in connection with the annual GIVE65 Event in the U.S., with each category further divided into three subcategories to accommodate Nonprofits at various operating budget levels, for a maximum total of six (6) financial rewards.
- Financial Reward Category #1: Most Dollars Raised (three categories based on operating budget)
- Financial Reward Category #2: Most Unique Donors ((three categories based on operating budget)
The Value of GIVE65 Participation
Home Instead Senior Care Foundation promotes the GIVE65 site through a comprehensive social media and e-communications strategy. These marketing efforts help increase awareness for GIVE65 crowd-fundraising projects among an entirely new audience of potential donors. Participation on GIVE65 is easy and unique. Resources and support will help make GIVE65 crowd-fundraising efforts successful. And, the annual GIVE65 Event presents opportunities for matching grants to encourage donations and financial prize rewards to recognize outstanding crowd-fundraising efforts.
GrantWatch ID#: 176998
- Inclusion on Give65 crowdfunding platform
- Every participating nonprofit is eligible for up to $5,000 in matching grants.
- In connection with the annual GIVE65 Event scheduled for 2019, Home Instead Senior Care Foundation intends to award financial prize rewards to selected participating nonprofits in the total amount of $60,000 - to be divided evenly among two prize categories, with $30,000 available for each category.
If invited to participate on the Site, and subject to the Terms, a Nonprofit may remain listed on the Site through April 30 of the year immediately following the year of the application.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
To apply: https://www.give65.org/admin/application
For questions regarding eligibility, please contact Home Instead Senior Care Foundation at info@HomeInsteadFoundation.org
Home Instead Senior Care Foundation
13323 California Street
Omaha, NE 68154
Phone: (402) 455-0883
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