Grant Application Process
The Mzuri Wildlife Foundation has one funding cycle each year. Grant applications are accepted only in the fourth quarter of each calendar year for consideration in the first quarter of the following year.
Deadline for Formal Grant Applications: November 1, 2020
Grant Notification: March 2021
Letter of Inquiry
Letters of Inquiry will not be considered for the Fall 2020 Grant Cycle. Only current grantees may apply.
The Mzuri Wildlife Foundation invites applicants that have not previously received a grant from the Foundation to submit a brief letter of inquiry prior to a formal grant application. Past grantees of the Foundation are not required to submit a letter of inquiry.
The letter of inquiry should include the following:
- The requesting organization’s name, tax ID number, and its mission statement.
- The organization’s mailing address, its website address and the contact information for the officer(s) responsible for directing the funding.
- The organization’s annual budget.
- The amount of the grant request and the total project cost.
- A summary description of how the proposed grant will be spent, if awarded.
- A detailed description of how the proposed grant will be spent, if awarded, including:
- The goal(s) of the work or project to be funded by the grant.
- The expected duration of the work funded by the grant, and the anticipated impact on wildlife or wildlife education.
- If the grant is to be combined with other monies, an explanation of the amounts and sources of those funds.
The Foundation will contact applicants within 6 to 8 weeks about whether to proceed with the application process.
Please email your letter of inquiry to email@example.com.
Formal Grant Application
If your project falls within the parameters of work we would like to consider, you will be invited to submit a formal grant application. We will notify you via email and provide the application forms. Grant applications from organizations that have not been invited to apply cannot be considered.