Graybird gives grants in the form of marketing services to nonprofits focused on Community, Education, Environment and the Fine Arts in the San Francisco Bay Area and Idaho.
A TYPICAL APPLICATION ADVANCES THROUGH THE FOLLOWING STEPS:
Nonprofit organization emails letter of interest to Graybird Foundation.
If request meets criteria, Graybird extends invitation to complete grant application.
Client and Graybird meet to discuss background for marketing initiative.
Graybird proposes and scopes specific marketing project to be completed by the Graybird team and the client.
Graybird Foundation projects typically last from 3 to 12 months. During that time, we supervise all components of the marketing project, liaise with the expanded team of partners and vendors, mentor in-house client marketing staff throughout the engagement, and finally transition the project so the client staff may carry it forward.
General Requirements for Client Applicants:
- Must be a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization
- Must be an organization dedicated to serving the San Francisco Bay area or Idaho
- Organization’s operations must fall under one of the following categories:
Organizations with the goal of enhancing communities by helping stabilize the lives of underserved families, individuals and veterans
Organizations with the goal of strengthening education for children in grades K-12
Organizations with the goal of promoting cultural arts, especially with a mission to educate and give back to their communities