Capital One Bank to Award $360k in Competitive Grants to La. Orgs
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Posted by: Matt Mullenix
LANO supporter Capital One Bank announced its 2012 Investing for Good Award program, a competitive grant-making process that will provide support through volunteerism and grants totaling up to $360,000 to six (6) Louisiana nonprofit organizations advancing education, financial literacy, and small business and workforce development.
Investing for Good Details & Timeline
The Investing for Good Award is designed to spotlight the best direct service models that are serving people in need and building strong neighborhoods throughout Louisiana.
The Award will provide two (2) years of grant funds and intensive volunteer support to build the capacity of nonprofits to serve the needs of low-to- moderate income communities.
The Capital One Bank Investing for Good Award will be selected through a two-part application process made up of 1) an online Letter of Intent (LOI) due June 21st, 2012 and 2) the Award Application due August 10th, 2012. Capital One Bank will review all LOI submissions and invite full applications from a select number of organizations by July 19th.
Winners will be notified in mid-September. The public award announcement will be made at a community reception in early October.
Qualified nonprofit organizations may access the online Letter of Intent beginning May 17, 2012 at www.cybergrants.com/capitalone/LAinvestingforgoodawardLOI