PRESS RELEASE: Clipper Ship NEW Grant Strategy Announcement – Oct 2017
The Foundation now employs a single, annual grant making cycle. Applicants must first submit a Concept Paper indicating the focus area that best aligns with its request. A select group of applicants will be invited to submit full proposals and, potentially, to host site visits to review their requests in more depth.
The Clipper Ship Foundation’s new guidelines focus on achieving impact in three issue areas:
- Housing and shelter
- Foster care
- Opportunity youth
For more information, please review our Guidelines page.
Audio recording of 10/25 Q&A Conference Call
If you were not able to join us for the question and answer session on Wednesday, October 25, you can listen to a recording of the call by dialing 1-888-203-1112 and entering the code 1226556 when prompted. The recording will be available until Friday, December 1st at 5:00 PM
The Clipper Ship Foundation was founded in 1979 by David Parmely Weatherhead. The Foundation makes grants to federally tax-qualified nonprofit organizations offering critical services to individuals living in Greater Boston (cities and towns lying on or within Route 128) and the cities of Lawrence and Brockton. The Foundation focuses its grant activities in the areas of housing and shelter, foster care, and opportunity youth.