Local Non-Profits Are Invited To Apply For Community Grant Funds From ...

The TEGNA Foundation, the charitable arm of media company TEGNA, is now accepting grant proposals for projects that "focus on improving the mental health of the communities they serve," according to a press release.

KTVB and KTFT, NBC affiliates in Boise and Twin Falls, Idaho, are accepting grant proposals through Aug.

16 on the TEGNA Foundation's application form.

"We value projects that focus on improving the mental health of our communities," the release says.

"If you have not been determined a tax-exempt organization under IRS 501(c)(3) tax exemption, please apply once you have received determinationNeeds statementObjectives of the project to be fundedYour organization's qualifications to carry out the project information on whether the project is new or ongoing Description of constituency to be served information on whether the project will be evaluatedPlans for continued funding of the project, if applicable,One-page project budget, and an organizational budgetList of other funding sources, committed and applied for."

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