Thinking about Applying for a Grant? Receive Feedback via a Letter of Inquiry

RRF Foundation for Aging acknowledges the time and effort needed to submit a proposal and invites interested applicants to submit a brief Letter of Inquiry (LOI).

This step is optional, but offers valuable one-time feedback as you prepare a full proposal.

The LOI should be submitted online as a Word or PDF attachment using this link:

Please submit LOIs according to these deadlines:

Submit LOI by:           For the Following Proposal Deadline:
December 1                  February 1
March 15                       May 1
June 15                         August 1

When a deadline falls on a weekend or federal holiday, the due date is moved to 5 p.m. CT the following work day.

To see what should to be included in your LOI, click on the link below that best corresponds to your project.

Once you have opened a link, be sure to open the Letter of Inquiry drop-down menu to view the instructions.

Advocacy Grant LOI

Direct Service Grant LOI

Professional Education and Training LOI

Research LOI

Standard Organizational Capacity Building LOI

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