The Seniors and Youth Partners in Philanthropy (SAYPIP) Board is asking for Hudson-based non-profit organizations to submit applications for grant funding now through April 7.
The SAYPIP Board consists of Seton Catholic School eighth grade students and residents of the Laurel Lake Retirement Community who work together to learn about philanthropy, grant-making, allocating money and community service. The year-long program culminates with the request for proposals and distribution of grants to worthy organizations within Hudson. The grants are funded by the Burton D. Morgan Foundation. Grant applications must be received by April 7 and grant funding will be awarded in May.
To request a grant application, contact Pat Fritz, Seton's communication director at 330-342-4200 extension 226 or email email@example.com.