Application Information

Welcome to the Wild Geese Foundation application.

The Wild Geese Foundation supports US-based organizations with 501(c)3 tax-exempt designation or those fiscally sponsored by a 501(c)3 tax-exempt group. Deadlines for submissions are May 1 and October 1 of each year. Submissions to the foundation will be reviewed and responded to following the application deadline for which the proposal is submitted.

The deadline for this application cycle is May 1, 2024.

PLEASE NOTE: The Wild Geese Foundation does not accept or review applications from:
  • Organizations with budgets over $5 million.
  • Organizations outside the United States or international projects emanating from within the United States.
  • Organizations engaged in arts productions, including films, writing projects, theatrical productions, musical productions, or museum-based productions.
  • Organization which are religious in nature or activities.
  • Organizations not engaged in Youth work, Food Justice, Reproductive Justice, or Climate Justice.
  • Food Justice funding from organizations outside of New England.

The application consists of the following questions:
  • Contact information
  • Mission
  • Website
  • Program Finances: Program name, Request Amount, Grant start and end dates, Top 3 Program Funders
  • Program Narrative: Narrative – For what program or project are you seeking a grant for? What are your goals and what do you hope to accomplish? How will this program serve participants, the community, and others? Who will manage the project? (1,000 characters max.)
  • Objectives/Activities – Share 2-3 objectives of the proposed project or program. What activities does the program/project create? (1,000 characters max.)
  • Accomplishments and Challenges – List three accomplishments and three challenges your organization faced in the last year. (1,000 characters max.)
  • Organizational Finances: Fiscal Year End Date, Current Year Budget, Current Year Budget Committed, Last Year’s Budget, Next Year’s Budget.
  • Community Representation: Share with us your organization’s philosophies of community representation and how that shapes and drives your work. (1,000 characters max.)

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Organization Name

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What is your organization's mission? (1,000 characters max.)

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Website (if none, write 'n/a')