Current Grant and Scholarship Programs
Homer Foundation Quick Response Grants Program
Grant requests up to $5,000 are accepted year-round with a thirty-day response time. We have transitioned to a new software management system and the link below will take you to that platform. You will need to create your profile to apply. If you are unable to complete an online application, a paper copy may be available upon request. Contact the Homer Foundation staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 235-0541 for more information.
The Quick Response Grants are considered at a monthly meeting on the 4th Tuesday of the month. The dates for 2022 in which applications are due to be considered in that month are as follows:
- July 18th
- August 15th
- September 19th
- October 18th
- November 14th
- December 12th
Previous Grant Recipients
Other Grant Programs
Community Impact Grants
This grant program is for support over $5,000. These types of requests are reviewed by the entire Board of Trustees and begin with a Letter of Inquiry. Please contact the staff for more information for these types of projects.
The Homer Foundation has the ability to provide short-term, no-interest loans to nonprofits experiencing closure due to natural disaster or unforeseen events. Contact the Homer Foundation for more information.
City of Homer Grants Program
The City of Homer grants program provides funding to many Homer nonprofits who provide essential and enriching programs to the community. The Homer Foundation administers the program as well as manages an endowment fund for the city. Applications open January 1st annually and a due late February.
YAC (HF Youth Advisory Committee) Grants Program
The Foundation’s Youth Advisory Committee administers its own grants program for youth-related issues. Contact the Homer Foundation staff for more information. This program will open again in Fall 2022.
Homer Foundation COVID-19 Response Fund Grants Program
This program was created to respond to local needs from COVID-19 pandemic effects on non-profits. This program is no longer accepting applications. For more information on this program, please go here.
The Homer Foundation administers several scholarships for students in the greater Homer area. For more information about these individual scholarships, or to apply, visit our page here. Applications will open in January 2023.
Educators Professional Development Scholarship
The Educators Professional Development Fund was established by local area educators and community members. The purpose of the fund is to provide support to public school educators seeking to expand their knowledge/teaching ability/obtain continuing education credits. Funds may be used for, but not limited to:
- class tuition/workshops/conferences
- books, equipment and/or supplies for professional development purposes
- transportation and/or accommodations for professional development
- bringing in guest speakers/presenters for educators
This grant program will open again December 1, 2022.