Grants at a Glance
Visit our How to Get Started section to understand the steps of our grantmaking process. All new applicants must be a 501(c)(3) or a public entity to apply and must first submit an online Letter of Inquiry.
Ready to submit your proposal? Want to check on your saved application? This section is just for you.
You can find our 2012 deadlines here, including information about when funding decisions will be made. Remember that Letters of Inquiry may be submitted at any time, but no later than one month before the proposal due date.
Once you start filling your online proposal, you can save it and return to it at any time. Already submitted a proposal? Check the status here.
If you have general questions about our guidelines or application process, contact our Grants Manager RoseAnn DeBois at any time.
Need help strengthening your Board? Struggling with your organization's communications? Dodge's Technical Assistance workshops are here to help you grow and thrive as a nonprofit organization.
Looking for a place to host a meeting or a workshop? Dodge has two conference rooms available to current grantees free of charge and to other groups for a modest fee.
Did you know? Scholarships are available for a number of services provided by Dodge partners, including legal assistance, financial consultations, nonprofit crisis management advice, and a variety of educational workshops.