Farm Neck Foundation Grants
How to Apply for a Grant
The Farm Neck Foundation issues a call for applicants for the Foundation's grants annually each September. Eligible are all Island non-profit organizations whose goal is to improve the quality of life in the Martha's Vineyard community, with a preference toward those organizations with 501(c)3 status.
Each year the Foundation's Board of Directors requests submittals from all Vineyard non-profit organizations in need of help to fund their unique projects or programs. Traditionally, the Board does not fund salaries but gives special consideration to innovative approaches to problems or needs that cannot get funding through traditional sources. The Board does not award grants two years in a row to the same organization.
Island non-profit organizations are invited to submit a concise proposal describing their specific project, its potential benefits, budgetary requirements, grant amount requested, and two (2) letters of support from sources outside of the organization. Proposals must be received by November 15th and may be sent to:
Farm Neck Foundation
P.O. Box 1656
Oak Bluffs, MA 02557
You can also go to the online versions of the MV Times and Vineyard Gazette to see our press release.
Martha's Vineyard Hospital Integrated Care Management Program: $5,000
Discretionary funds to be used for chronically ill patients to support related, uninsured health costs.
Friends of Sengekontacket: $2,500
To partially fund the internship program.
Sail Martha's Vineyard: $4,464
To purchase eight new windsurfing sails and four new rigs.
Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society: $5,000
Funds to relaunch the Agricultural Enhancement Program.
Martha's Vineyard Cancer Support Group: $5,000
Animal Shelter of Martha's Vineyard: $3,500
To fund the renovation of the kennel area for dogs.
Camp Jabberwocky: $3,000
General funds for the Scholarship Fund.
West Tisbury Library Foundation, Inc.: $2,500
To help fund the "Learning Lab", an after school computer lab.
Martha's Vineyard Center For Living: $3,000
To fund therapeutic programs for the Center's Supportive Day Program.
The Martha's Vineyard Film Society, Inc.: $2,500
To help fund the 2nd Annual Spectrum (LGBTQ+) Film Festival.
Martha's Vineyard Playhouse: $3,000
To purchase new lighting and microphone equipment for the Marilyn Meyerhoff Lobby.
Martha's Vineyard Network on Homeless Prevention: $3,790
To help support the warming center.
Island Housing Trust: $2,495
To fund tuition for a Professional Fundraising Certificate Program.
Habitat For Humanity Of Martha's Vineyard: $2,950
To purchase a laptop and printer/copier/scanner with Tech setup and support.
Seven Hills Vineyard Supports: $2,600
To help provide Therapeutic Art and Wellness activities for adults with disabilities.
Martha's Vineyard Arena: $8,334
Second year of three year pledge totaling $25,000.