Review Our Guidelines
The Dodge Foundation’s 2014 guidelines reflect a continuing evolution of our grantmaking in the areas of the Arts, Education, Environment and Media; we take an active interest in Public Policy initiatives as well, particularly as they support our areas of focus.
Funding priority will be given to applicants who meet multiple criteria, either under a single category or across all of the Foundation’s guidelines.
Though we are open to the best thinking and models anywhere that might be applied to the challenges we face in New Jersey, our focus is on funding organizations based here, as well as projects with a direct and substantial impact on this state.
Please review our guidelines in full here.
In order to help you submit your proposal to the Dodge Foundation through the online application process, our Application Overview outlines the questions you will be asked to respond to. Click here for the Overview.
Submit Your Proposal
If you are a current Dodge Foundation grantee, you may submit your proposal for the grantmaking cycle of your choosing by starting here. Please read and follow the instructions carefully. Please note that current grantees do not need to submit a Letter of Inquiry.
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Dodge reserves the right to defer grant proposals to a subsequent grant making cycle.
Applicants may receive only one Foundation grant within the three annual grant making cycles. (Exceptions may be made for collaborative projects and technical assistance grants.)
Return to Your Saved Application or Check the Status of Your Submitted Application
If you are a current grantee with an application in progress or you have already submitted an application, please click here to resume processing your saved application or to check the status of your submitted application.
If you have general questions regarding our guidelines or the application process, please contact our Grants Manager RoseAnn DeBois.