Letter of Inquiry

Letters of Inquiry may also be submitted at the Goosefoot office, emailed, or mailed by US Mail

Goosefoot Community Fund (GCF) Letter of Inquiry

To ensure that proposed projects/programs are in alignment with Goosefoot’s mission, we require a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) as the first step in the application process. LOIs are due (date TBD) and we will let you know whether or not you are invited to submit a grant application on your organization’s behalf. Goosefoot funds projects/programs that are in alignment with our mission and that serve South Whidbey. Proposals must fall within the following categories: Addressing People’s Basic Needs Growing Local Business Preserving Great Places No phone calls, please. The LOI is your way of introducing yourself to us: we are unable to discuss your request via phone, email, or in person. Thanks for your understanding! If you have a question about the application process, please email: [email protected] Applicants may apply for grants ranging from $2,000 to $15,000.
    Note: Your Grant application must act on and respond to the needs of Whidbey Island within one of the following categories:
  • (Describe your project/program and also describe the changes that will be seen on South Whidbey as a result of your project/program.) Please limit to 250 words.
  • Please enter a number from 2000 to 15000.
    Applicants may apply for grants ranging from $2,000 to $15,000.