Taproot Foundation makes grants of high-quality, professional consulting services, called Service Grants


Service Grants Program

Unlike traditional foundations that make cash grants, the Taproot Foundation makes grants of high-quality, professional consulting services, called Service Grants. 

Through our Service Grants, we are working to provide high-potential nonprofit organizations with the tools and services necessary to maximize the impact of their critical work in the community. We believe that the right capacity-building Service Grant, at the right time, can greatly enhance the ability of an organization to serve its constituents. 

Each Service Grant is executed by a team of professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to help the community. Unlike a lot of pro bono work, we guarantee these professionals will deliver high-quality services, customized to meet specific objectives.

Why Apply for a Service Grant?
  • Get tangible tools that will make a meaningful impact on your nonprofit’s ability to accomplish its mission
  • Receive professional services that rival those of consulting firms, where you could expect to pay $30,000 or more for each project
  • Maximize your limited time and resources thinking through the tough issues on the project, while we handle the recruitment, screening and management of the pro bono consulting team.

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Grant Deadlines
We review grant applications quarterly. Applications are due according the following deadlines:

  • September 1st We will give special consideration to early applications for September and strongly encourage non-profits to apply during the month of August.
  • December 1st
  • March 1st
  • June 1st


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