September 1. Submittal deadline for grant applications.
September 15. Transmit all grant application submittals to the trustees.
October 7. Prepare final annual meeting agenda and transmit to all trustees.
Fourth week in October is the target for the Annual Meeting.
What we will Fund
Program grants in the areas of Culture and the Arts, Education and Social Welfare as defined in our Mission, Vision and Values Statements and other published materials.
Grants for capital campaigns and capital acquisitions, including construction and renovations.
Operational and/or program grants not to exceed three years resulting from the completion of a capital campaign grant.
Multi-year program grants not to exceed three years. Program grants may include general operating expense reimbursement.
What we will not Fund
Membership or affiliation campaigns, dinners or special events.
Conferences and symposia and related travel.
Grants that further political doctrine.
Grants that further religious doctrine.
Grants to individuals.
Individual scholarships or sponsorships.
Medical, scientific or academic research.
Organizations that discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or military status, except to serve an historically disadvantaged group. (Note: Inclusiveness is one of The Hubbell-Waterman Foundation's Values. Therefore, we wish to fund organizations that are inclusive in their policies and practices.)
Targeted Allocation of our Annual Distributions
Allocations of our annual distributions shall be targeted to areas of need defined in our Mission and Values Statements and other published materials.
We will target up to fifty percent (50%) of our annual distributions for capital campaign grants.
We will target the balance of our annual distributions for program grants.