Beginning January 2019, children listed in our Eastern European # (EE#) and EE4 programs are eligible for a $2000 grant when they have an approved family commit to them! We are excited to help adoptive families start the process with a little seed grant!
We currently have a MATCHING GRANT!
All donations made to this grant fund for our 15th anniversary will be matched, up to $10,000!!
Please share and help this important grant fund grow! Our goal is to see this number at $14,500 — then another $10,000 will be added!
*** IF YOU ARE ON A MOBILE AND HAVING DIFFICULTY, Please sign into PayPal and send via ‘Friends and Family’ to email@example.com with ‘EE Grant’ in the message. Thank you! ***
Checks save us fees, and can be mailed to:
PO Box 146
Combined Locks, WI 54113
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW:
- This is a new grant pool, specifically for the children listed in these two Eastern European countries. We do not publicly share the name of these countries.
- ONLY CHILDREN LISTED WITH RR (currently or previously) are eligible for these grant pool funds. The children who are eligible for this grant will all have a # in the title of their profile (after their name) *OR* were listed with us, in EE4.
- Please email Michelle (at) ReecesRainbow.org if you have questions about a specific child being eligible for this grant.
- Older children are still eligible for Older Child Grants instead of this grant, where applicable.
- Once a complete FSP (Family Support Program) application is received & family profile posted, we will allocate the 2K in the child’s name. Funds will be shown on the child’s individual profile on MFFM (My Family Found Me), and at the bottom of the family’s FSP profile.
- A current running total of available funds for each grant pool will be provided above, for full transparency.
- Donors can (and should!) give to keep these grant pools adequately funded! Donation button is available above; checks still welcome!
- Donations will go 100% to this grant pool.
- This program and these children need WARRIORS! Our job as a community is to find adoptive families for them as quickly as possible.