The Mary Gale Foundation (“MGF”) is a private, grantmaking foundation that supports housing, health and other in-home services and programs for low-income women age 65 and older living in the Greater Manchester area. The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation accepts applications on behalf of the MGF, which has established a donor advised fund with the Foundation to support its grantmaking. This grantmaking program is open to nonprofit organizations.
If you are looking for funds to meet emergency or safety needs of an individual low-income senior woman, the Mary Gale Flex Fund, a project funded by the Mary Gale Foundation and administered by Easter Seals, may be of help. Contact them at MaryGaleFlexFund@eastersealsnh.org or 603-621-3485.
Application and grant process
Carefully review the information above. If you have additional questions about this grant program, please contact Deborah Schachter at 603‐225‐6641 ext 259 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Log in or create a new profile in GrantSource.
Log in to GrantSource, update your profile and access open applications. If you have never applied, please create a new profile using the “Register here” button.
If your project is funded, you will be notified in approximately six to seven weeks with funding to follow in January 2021.
Publicize your grant.
If you are awarded funding and you’d like to share the good news, please credit support as coming from the Mary Gale Foundation.
If your organization is submitting a new grant application before the conclusion of your most recent MGF grant (and the submission of your final report), please submit an interim report to enable the MGF trustees to understand how you have used this recent grant, as they consider your request for new funding. You may log into GrantSource and submit your interim report via the online portal by selecting “Create Progress Report” under the “My Reports” section of your dashboard.
Log into GrantSource to submit final reports on any completed grant your organization may have been awarded in fall 2018 and expended in 2019.