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GLOBALFOUNDRIES - Town of Malta Foundation Grant

MALTA — The GLOBALFOUNDRIES - Town of Malta Foundation was established to fund programs and projects that provide tangible benefits of a public nature to the community and citizens of the town of Malta.   

The Foundation is now accepting grant applications for its next round of funding. Complete grant applications must be received by the Board by Nov. 6, 2020, and grants will be announced and awarded in December. 

Applications may be submitted electronically or downloaded and mailed. 

Criteria: Applications will be accepted only from not for profit entities. Grants will be awarded only upon demonstration to the Board’s satisfaction that the grant will result in a clear benefit to the Community and Citizens of Malta. 

• Organizations based in Malta are strongly encouraged to apply; however, applications are welcome from any qualifying organization intent on contributing to the mission and meeting these criteria.

• Applications that leverage grant funding to achieve maximum benefit are preferred.

• Use of funds directly in the town of Malta is favored; however any use of funds with demonstrable benefits to the Community and Citizens of Malta will be considered.

• Applications supporting under-served segments of the community
encouraged.

Online submittal is preferred.  Application may also be submitted by mail. Emailed applications are not accepted. For more information and to download application, search online at: GlobalFoundries – Malta Foundation. Mailing address is GLOBALFOUNDRIES-Malta Foundation, P.O. Box 2914, Malta, NY, 12020

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