Grant Fact Sheet

Why does The Frank M. & Gertrude R. Doyle Foundation, Inc. award grants?

The Frank M. & Gertrude R. Doyle Foundation, Inc. awards grants for the betterment of life.

Will The Frank M. & Gertrude R. Doyle Foundation Inc. grant be the answer to our organization’s entire financial needs?

No. Our goal is to be a part of the solution, not the entire solution.

Are there any restrictions on how grant funds can be used?

Yes. The grant funds may only be used for the agreed upon purpose.

May we apply for funding any time?

Grants are awarded once a year. Grant proposals can be submitted on our website. Grant proposals must be submitted no later than July 1st to be considered. Grant recipients will be notified by mid-November.

May our organization apply to The Frank M. & Gertrude R. Doyle Foundation, Inc. for more than one project at a time?

No.

Are there any other important criteria?

Yes. Only complete proposals for funding submitted in the format described in the online application will be considered. Grant proposals not submitted in the required format will be found incomplete and not accepted.

Grant Proposal Application

Accepted ONLINE January 1st through July 1st.

Apply for a Grant

Login above to complete a Grant Proposal Application.  All grants proposals should be submitted online.

Grant Proposal Applications MUST contain all of the following to be considered.

I. Overview of the funding request/project.

II. Executive Profile

A. Contact Information:

  1. Name
  2. Address
  3. Phone Number
  4. Email address
  5. Web address

B.  Your organization’s mission statement

C.  Description of the program (what will be  the money).

D.  Project Timeline

E.  Demographics associated with the project.

F.  Budget

  1. Project budget including amount requested
  2. List of other entities being approached for this project.

G.  Copy of minutes detailing Board approval to submit grant proposal.

III.  Qualifications. Explain applicant’s ability to see this project through to completion.

IV.  Conclusion

V.  All of the following documents are required as part of the application:

  1. Copy of IRS Determination Letter
  2. Copy of Articles of Incorporation
  3. Copy of Bi-Laws
  4. Copy of most recent annual report
  5. Copy of IRS Form 990, assuming the applicant is a tax-exempt organization

Grant Recipients

Here is a list of some of the organizations we’ve had the opportunity to help:

  • Abbey Reinke School. Temecula, CA
  • ACT for MS. Palm Desert, CA
  • Alzheimer’s Family Services Center. Huntington Beach, CA
  • Animal Ark. Reno, NV
  • Animal Samaritans. Thousand Palms, CA
  • Ashland Community Fitness Center. Ashland, KS
  • Best Friends Animal Society. Kanab, UT
  • Big Brothers & Sisters of Northern Nevada. Reno, NV
  • Broad, Sword, and Shield
  • California State University, Sacramento. Sacramento, CA
  • Camp Mak-A-Dream. Goldcreek, MT
  • CARE Chest of Sierra Nevada. Reno, NV
  • Casa de Vida. Reno, NV
  • Charle Street. Costa Mesa, CA
  • Children’s Hospital of Orange County. Orange, CA
  • Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, PA
  • Coastal Animal Services Authority. San Clemente, CA
  • Columbus Cancer Clinic. Columbus, OH
  • Columbus East High School. Columbus, OH
  • Discovery Museum. Reno, NV
  • Doctors Without Borders. New York, NY
  • East High School. Columbus, OH
  • Father Joe’s Villages. San Diego, CA
  • First Tee of Northern Nevada. Reno, NV
  • Friends of Rollo. San Diego, CA
  • Friends of the Poor
  • Garden Grove Alano Club. Garden Grove, CA
  • Girl Scouts of Sierra Nevada. Reno, NV
  • Golden West College. Huntington Beach, CA
  • Guide Dogs of the Desert. Palm Springs, CA
  • Hornet Football Alumni Club. Placentia, CA
  • Human Society of Truckee Tahoe. Truckee, CA
  • Huntington Beach High School. Huntington Beach, CA
  • Imua Family Services. Kahului, HI
  • Jacque Cordle Children’s Fund. Centerburg, OH
  • Joint Organization for Inner City Needs. Columbus, OH
  • Kids and Horses Therapeutic Riding Center. Minden, NV
  • Lahainaluna High School Foundation. Lahaina, HI
  • MARSOC Foundation. Temecula, CA
  • Martha’s Village. Indio, CA
  • Maui County Boy Scouts of America. Wailuku, HI
  • Meals on Wheels of La Mirada. La Mirada, CA
  • Mercy House. Santa Ana, CA
  • Misericordia. Chicago, IL
  • Museum of Geology, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
  • National Tay-Sachs & Allied Diseases Association. Boston, MA
  • NeuroVitality Center. Palm Springs, CA
  • Ocean Institute of Dana Point. Dana Point, CA
  • Ocean View High School. Huntington Beach, CA
  • Ocean View High School Future Finder’s Class. Huntington Beach, CA
  • Ohio Dominican University. Columbus, OH
  • Operation Amped. San Diego, CA
  • Orange Coast College. Costa Mesa, CA
  • Orange County Community Housing Corporation. Santa Ana, CA
  • Paleontology Center, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Rapid City, SD
  • PBSHawaii.org. Honolulu, HI
  • Remote Area Medical Foundation. Rockford, TN
  • Safe House. Riverside, CA
  • Saint Mary of the Springs. Columbus, OH
  • Saint Patrick’s Hospital and Health Foundation. Missoula, MT
  • San Diego Food Bank. San Diego, CA
  • Second Chance. San Diego, CA
  • Sierra Association of Foster Families. Reno, NV
  • Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Northern Nevada. Reno, NV
  • Soroptimists House of Hope. Desert Hot Springs, CA
  • Step 1. Reno, NV
  • St. Vincent de Paul Society. St. Louis, Missouri & Los Angeles, CA
  • The Charles School. Columbus, OH
  • The Children’s Cabinet. Reno, NV
  • The Delta Society. Bellevue, WA
  • The Launching Pad. Sparks, NV
  • The Shea Center for Therapeutic Riding. San Juan Capistrano, CA
  • The Warrior Foundation. San Diego, CA
  • The Warrior Foundation, Freedom Station. San Diego, CA
  • University of Hawaii Maui College. Kahului, HI
  • West Maui Improvement Foundation. Lahaina, HI
  • Westminster High School. Westminster, CA
  • Wiley Animal Rescue Foundation. Incline Village, NV