4
< Previous    Next >  

G. N. Wilcox Trust

Area Served: Hawaii - Statewide
Proposal Due: Quarterly

The Committee on Beneficiaries generally considers one request each year from qualified tax-exempt (501 (C) (3) organizations within the State of Hawaii. Its first priority is to assist Kauai organizations or agencies serving that island.

Although the Trust is broad-purposed, it does not make grants to individuals, to endowments, for reserve purposes, or deficit financing; neither does it provide multiple-year funding.

Foundation Documents:
  - Historical Background (PDF)
  - Grant List (PDF)

Program Information

Policy
Support is provided for programs that better the lives of individuals and families in the state of Hawaii.

Deadline Date
Postmarked by the 1st of April, July, or October

Fields of Interest
  - Arts & Culture
  - Education
  - Environment
  - Health
  - Human Services
  - Religion
  - Community

Specific Eligibility Criteria
  - Requires 100% Board of Director financial participation
  - Commitment of school principal (if applicable)
  - Accepts fiscal sponsors

Foundation Documents for Program Grants

Grant Application Information (PDF)

Reporting Guidelines (PDF)

General Operating Information

Policy
General Operating support is usually provided to organizations that have an established relationship with the Trust.

Deadline Date
Postmarked by the 1st of April, July, or October

Fields of Interest
  - Arts & Culture
  - Education
  - Environment
  - Health
  - Human Services
  - Religion
  - Community

Specific Eligibility Criteria
  - Requires 100% Board of Director financial participation
  - Plan for continued sustainability

Foundation Documents for General Operating Grants

Grant Application Information (PDF)

Reporting Guidelines (PDF)

General Capital Information

Policy
Funding for General Capital grants are provided for small capital projects or equipment with total costs of less than $500,000.   

Deadline Date
Postmarked by the 1st of April, July, or October

Fields of Interest
  - Arts & Culture
  - Education
  - Environment
  - Health
  - Human Services
  - Religion
  - Community

Specific Eligibility Criteria
  - Requires 100% Board of Director financial participation
  - Validation of expenses

Foundation Documents for General Capital Grants

Grant Application Information (PDF)

Reporting Guidelines (PDF)

Tuition Aid Program Information

Policy
Grants for are available to learning institutions serving children from preschool through 12th grade in the state of Hawaii.  Generally the Trust prefers to be one of several contributors to a school’s tuition aid program, expecting the school to acquire needed funds from several sources to assure continuation of the program.

Normally the Trust accepts only one request a year from an organization; however an additional request may be considered from a school.

Deadline Date
Postmarked by January 1st

Fields of Interest
  - Education

Specific Eligibility Criteria
  - Requires 100% Board of Director financial participation
  - Learning Institution

Foundation Documents for Tuition Aid Program Grants

Grant Application Information (PDF)

Reporting Guidelines (PDF)