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Green Bay Packers Foundation seeking grant applicants

Posted Mar 7, 2013

The Green Bay Packers Foundation is seeking applications for its annual grant program. The application period is open until July 1, 2013.

Organizations that are classified as exempt from Federal income tax under section 501 (c)(3) of the IRS code and are located in the state of Wisconsin are eligible to apply for a grant.

Interested applicants can find more information and complete the application online at www.packers.com/community/packers-foundation.html.

All grant applications received will be reviewed by the Green Bay Packers Foundation Trustees who will finalize the list of grant recipients in November.  A public announcement of grant recipients and the awards luncheon will take place in December on a date to be determined after the football schedule has been released. 

Last year, in its annual distribution of funds, the Foundation awarded $450,000 to 145 civic and charitable groups throughout the state of Wisconsin. With these disbursements, the Foundation has distributed more than $3 million for charitable purposes since it was established in 1986.

 
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