Submit a detailed report on the activities and milestones for the South Florida News Service, which is funded, in part, through a grant from the Scripps Howard Foundation. 

The Scripps Howard Foundation is committed to the growth of quality investigative reporting by providing support to a program that identifies and develops talented individuals who produce impactful work. The grant would provide $3 million over a three (3) year period.

The deadline for proposals to be submitted is February 1, 2018. The selection team plans to interview and visit finalists in March and April, and make its decision in late spring 2018.

Submit your budget as an Excel file. Submit the rest of your information as a Word document.  

Welcome to the application for Matching Gifts

Please note:
  • The Matching Gift program is available for active E.W. Scripps Company employees only.
  • Your matching gift may be allocated to any qualifying 501c3 organization that you support financially.
  • Gifts to religious organizations are restricted to secular community services only.
  • Deadlines are May 31 and November 30 annually. (May and November submissions could take up to 6 weeks to process)
Step 1: If you haven't already done so, please take a few moments to review the FAQs prior to filling out your application.

Step 2: Your Matching Gift Certification must be completed and uploaded in order to submit your request. Your application will not be submitted without this form. If you do not have this form, go to Matching Gift Certification Form to start the process.

If you have technical questions about the application, we’ll be happy to help. Please call us at (855) 467-8264 between 10:30 AM EST to 7 PM EST, or leave a message at support@submittable.com anytime.

Welcome to the application for Volunteer Gifts

Please note:

  • The Volunteer Gift Program is available to both active E.W. Scripps Company employees and retirees. 
  • Your volunteer gift may be awarded to any qualifying 501c3 organization where you have been an active volunteer for a minimum of six months. 
  • Gifts to religious organizations are restricted to secular community services only. 

  • Deadlines are May 31 and November 30 annually. (May and November submissions could take up to 6 weeks to process)
Step 1: If you haven't already done so, please take a few moments to review the FAQs prior to filling out your application.

Step 2: Be prepared to upload a budget to your Volunteer Gift application.

If you have technical questions about the application, we’ll be happy to help. Please call us at (855) 467-8264 between 10:30 AM EST to 7 PM EST, or leave a message at support@submittable.com anytime.

Thank you for your interest in partnering with Scripps Howard Foundation.

Grants greater than $15,000 for Greater Cincinnati nonprofits

To streamline its grant-making process in Greater Cincinnati, Scripps Howard Foundation is splitting its grant cycles into two categories and revamping its application process.

The Corporate Contributions Committee, the group that determines grant funding in our hometown, reviews grant applications based upon their sizes. Small grants are considered to be $15,000 and less; large grants are more than $15,000.

Areas of focus
We make grants on The E.W. Scripps Company’s behalf to nonprofits that provide childhood literacy, basic needs and job skills training for those living in poverty. Please use this letter of intent to apply only for request that align with these areas.

This is form is to be used for requests greater than $15,000.

Please note: We support the Greater Cincinnati arts community exclusively through ArtsWave.


Thank you for your interest in partnering with Scripps Howard Foundation.

The Corporate Contributions Committee, the group that determines grant funding in our hometown, reviews grant applications based upon their sizes. Small grants are considered to be $15,000 and less; large grants are more than $15,000.

Areas of focus
We make grants on The E.W. Scripps Company’s behalf to nonprofits that provide childhood literacy, basic needs and job skills training for those living in poverty. Please use this letter application only for request that align with these areas.

This is form is to be used for requests $15,000 or less.

Please note: We support the Greater Cincinnati arts community exclusively through ArtsWave.

All judges are required to fill out this form as part of their participation in the Scripps Howard Awards 
Ends on April 30, 2018

Thank you for visiting the Scripps Howard Foundation online grants application site.

Before the application launches, we have a quick questionnaire to determine if your organization and our priorities are aligned.  If we’re a match, you’ll be able to apply for a grant.

We hope the following links will answer your questions about our grants programs:

If you have technical questions about the application, we’ll be happy to help. Please call us at (855) 467-8264 between 10:30 AM EST to 7 PM EST, or leave a message any time. We can also be reached at support@submittable.com 24/7.

Scripps Howard Foundation, Greater Cincinnati Foundation, Duke Energy Foundation and WCPO Channel 9 on Your Side are continuing their charge to break the cycle of poverty through literacy. The organizations are leveraging resources to provide $150,000 in grants nonprofit that supports family literacy in impoverished neighborhoods in Greater Cincinnati. 

A grant of $100,000 will be awarded to a single nonprofit that empowers parents with skills, confidence and tools to help their children develop emergent literacy and language skills from birth through pre-K.

The program must be ongoing, serve families living in poverty, and develop deep relationships with parents.

A grant of $50,000 will be awarded to a finalist.  

Successful programs will:

  • Provide quantitative and qualitative measurement outcomes for both parents and children.
  • Illustrate prior program success or how new programs are based on successful models.
  • Demonstrate the ability to sustain the program at the end of the grant period.

Applicants may submit either a one-year or two-year grant request.

For this application, a parent is defined as an adult caregiver --- mother, father, grandparent, foster parent, guardian --- who lives with and cares for a child(ren).

Who may apply: 

An applicant must be one of the following:

  1. A nonprofit with a 501c3 status that serves children and their families living in poverty from birth through pre-K children 
  2. A nonprofit in Hamilton, Clermont, Butler or Warren counties in Ohio; a nonprofit in Boone, Kenton or Campbell counties in Kentucky; or a nonprofit in Dearborn County, Indiana
  3. A nonprofit that provides direct services to children and families living in poverty in one or more of the aforementioned counties; the nonprofit may not be a grant-making agency

 

Key dates:

  • The organizations are accepting letters of intention on through noon on January 24.
  • No more than 10 applicants will be invited to submit a full application on January 31. Those applications will be due by midnight February 21.
  • The committee will announce no more than five semi-finalists on March 13 and request site visits of those organizations the week of March 19.
  • The two finalists will be announced April 3.
  • The winner will be announced during the Scripps Howard Awards show Thursday, April 19, at Memorial Hall. By applying for the grant, you are agreeing that if selected as a finalist, representatives from your organization will attend the program.

The show begins at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall’s Anderson Theater. Tickets are complimentary. Reserved seating will be available for up to five people from the finalists' organizations.

Additional tickets will be available through Memorial Hall’s box office beginning March 8.

Questions?

Please direct your questions to info@gcfdn.org.

Do not contact the funders directly.