Seminaries Can Qualify for Funder’s Grants

Grants_ImageThe Chatlos Foundation, based in Longwood, FL, was founded by Bridgeport, CT builder and lumber man William Chatlos. The foundation’s areas of interest are: high school education, Bible colleges/seminaries, faith-based efforts, healthcare, liberal arts colleges and social services.

Deadline: Rolling.

Grants to Bible colleges and seminaries total 33% of foundation distribution with an individual award range of $10,000 to $50,000. First time grantees normally receive about $10,000 each. Grantees may receive only one grant per 12-month period. Organizations may resubmit six months after a denial. The foundation expects the projects it funds eventually to become independent of the Chatlos Foundation.; William J. Chatlos, CEO, 407/ 862-5077 or for questions about the competition.

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