GRANT APPLICATION GUIDELINES
For The Dixon Water Foundation
The mission of The Dixon Water Foundation is education, outreach and research on water issues, with a particular focus on ecologically and financially sustainable land management that will enhance water retention and minimize erosion in watersheds.
The Foundation makes grants for projects (preferably in Texas) addressing the Foundation’s mission to nonprofit organizations that are recognized as charitable organizations by the Internal Revenue Service. Grant applications are accepted throughout the year. The review process may take up to six months.
Applicants should submit a proposal containing the following information:
- Project Description – A description (2-3 pages) of the proposed project, including the expected results and process for evaluation.
- Project Budget – A line-item budget for the proposed project, showing total project costs (including revenue and expenses), the amount and proposed allocation of funds requested from the Foundation, the amounts and sources of matching, committed, and pending funds.
- Organizational Profile – A description (1 page) of the organization, its mission and achievements, names and qualifications of key project staff; a current list of the organization’s board of directors or trustees with short bio.
- Supporting Information – The organization’s current operating budget (including revenue and expenses) and year to date financial statements.
We only accept grants sent in by email. copies of each proposal should be e-mailed to:
All applicants will be notified of any decisions regarding the application taken by the Foundation.