Wooden Hut

OUR GRANTS

We offer two different grant funds. Our K-12 Changemakers grant is designed for students and educators in our elementary, middle and high schools. Our Intergenerational Changemakers grant is designed for community members partnering with youth or positively affecting youth in our community.

We also offer a program for high school students and local nonprofits known as the Youth Philanthropy Initiative, a.k.a. YPI. This takes place once a year within the local high schools in the Wood River Valley.

Learn more about each one below and how you can get involved!

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K-12 Changemakers Grant

Open grant calls for 2022-2023 
September 1st- October 15th 2022
February 15th - April 5th 2023

 

Our K-12 Changemakers is a classroom grant that allows students and teachers the opportunity to take something they are passionate about and apply for a grant to positively impact life in Blaine County, Idaho. You can partner with a local nonprofit or work on your own to create positive change in our community.

To apply for a K-12 Changemakers grant email hollyn@hollyn.com and we will connect with you and get you started. 

Intergenerational Changemakers Grant

Open Year Round

Our Intergenerational Changemakers grant is available to any group of community members who would like to apply for funding to address a local need that benefits our local youth or is collaboratively spearheaded by them.

To apply for a K-12 Changemakers grant email hollyn@hollyn.com and we will connect with you and get you started. 

Community Service

Youth Philanthropy

Initiative

Our Youth Philanthropy Initiative is an annual project that engages students from all of the high schools in the Wood River Valley. Under the guidance of our grant managers and teachers, students meet weekly for six weeks to evaluate grant applications from local nonprofits. 

Grant call for local nonprofits will be open soon and our deadline for submission is November 15, 2022!

Feel free to reach out with questions to Louise Stumph at lstumph1@gmail.com