KFMB STATIONS – CBS 8, CW SAN DIEGO, NEWS 8, KFM-BFM, AM 760 - accepts grant proposals from qualified, non-profit organizations that serve San Diego County.
Grants are awarded through the TEGNA Foundation, a corporate foundation sponsored by TEGNA Inc. The Foundation's mission is to invest in the future of the communities we serve and in the future of our industry.
We value projects that take a creative approach to fundamental issues facing our community, including education, securing basic needs, neighborhood improvement, economic development and youth development.
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San Diego County Application Deadlines: February 28, 2019 and August 29, 2019
Completed grant proposal application packet must be mailed/postmarked by February 28, 2019 or August 29, 2019 to:
Patricia Elwood, Director of Community Relations
KFMB Stations - TEGNA Foundation Grant Request
7677 Engineer Road
San Diego, CA 92111
Applicants should plan on a 90-day waiting period while the committee reviews and finalizes funding decisions.
All applicants will be notified of funding decisions.
Your grant proposal application packet MUST contain the following information:
1. Completed TEGNA Foundation Grant Application Form »
2. IRS letter of determination for 501(c)3 tax exemption
3. Your organization’s non-discrimination policy
4. One-page project budget, and a one-page summary organizational budget
5. Project proposal of no more than three pages that includes:
6. Pertinent recent publications may also be included
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What we don’t fund:
About the TEGNA Foundation
The TEGNA Foundation is a corporate foundation sponsored by TEGNA Inc. Through its Community Grant Program, TEGNA Foundation empowers the people we serve by supporting nonprofit activities in the communities in which TEGNA does business. Through its other programs, the Foundation invests in the future of the media industry, encourages employee giving, and contributes to a variety of charitable causes.
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