Grant Application and Guidelines


The Mason Family Foundation grantmaking policies reflect the legal requirements governing private philanthropy. To be considered for funding:

  • Applicant must have non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.
  • Applicant must be a group or organization(s) that has come together for a specific project and is submitting an application through a fiscal sponsor that is a tax-exempt organization under IRS Code 501(c)(3) and agrees to accept funds on the group’s behalf.
  • Grant requests must satisfy the objectives of the Mason Family Foundation mission.

Application Procedure

The mission of the Mason Family Foundation is to provide meaningful financial assistance to qualified educational, charitable, and cultural organizations located in Washington state with an emphasis on Grays Harbor County.

Step 1 – Grant Application

Step 2 – Application Review

For consideration, applications must contain all the required documentation as listed in the Grant Application Guidelines.

If a grant is awarded, a Grant Award Letter and a General Grant Terms, Conditions and Understandings document will be sent to your organization. If a grant is not awarded, a letter declining your request will be sent to your organization.

Step 3 – End of Grant Process

If your organization is awarded a grant, you must submit a Grant Final Report within sixty (60) days of project completion. If you are awarded a multi-year grant, you must submit an annual Grant Progress Report.

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