RRF Announces Letter of Inquiry Update

Beginning in Spring 2021, a brief Letter of Inquiry (LOI) must be submitted via our online grant portal prior to submitting a full proposal; in the past this step was optional.  This new process will save the substantial time and effort organizations might invest in developing full proposals that ultimately are not closely aligned with RRF’s guidelines, funding priorities, and/or strategic approach.

The next LOI deadline is November 15th. All organizations submitting LOIs will receive feedback by mid-December.  Invited organizations will be eligible to submit full proposals beginning in February 2022. 

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

LOIs will be accepted no later than 11:59 PM (CT) of the deadline day. If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, proposals and LOIs will be accepted as late as 5:00 PM (CT) the following workday.

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

Once you have opened a link, be sure to open the drop-down menu to view updated instructions and procedures.

Advocacy Grant LOI

Direct Service Grant LOI

Professional Education and Training LOI

Research LOI

Standard Organizational Capacity Building LOI

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