Chevron has announced a new grant program that will provide funding to nonprofit organizations working in the areas of education, human services, and environmental stewardship. The Chevron Grants program is open to all types of nonprofits, and applications are due by July 31st. This announcement comes at a time when many nonprofit organizations are struggling to maintain their budgets. So if you're a nonprofit looking for some financial help, be sure to check out the Chevron Grants program.
If you would like find out a number of specific details in relation to the file you intend to use, here's the facts you can study before filling out the chevron grant.
|Form Name||Chevron Grant|
|Form Length||1 pages|
|Avg. time to fill out||15 sec|
|Other names||chevron grant application form, chevron grant, chevron donation request, chevron grants|
Chevron Grant Application Guidelines
Chevron is a
If grant applicants believe their requests fall within our focus, the following should be considered. Eligible applicants for charitable contributions must a be private,
No phone solicitations will be accepted.
The written request should
Because of our
Chevron contributes to a broad variety of educational, environmental, health, human service, civic, cultural and international activities.
We give priority to programs that encourage creative STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs for grade levels
Local community organizations should direct grant proposals and requests for information to the Chevron Policy, Government
&Public Affairs Manager nearest their area of operation.
Contact information for the Los Angeles Area Basin:
Rod K. Spackman
Policy, Government &
Chevron El Segundo Refinery
324 W. El Segundo Blvd.
El Segundo, CA 90245
Special project request:
•Brief description of activity or project;
•Description of need and how the project meets identified needs not being met by other community groups;
•Timetable for project implementation;
•Method of evaluating project effectiveness and communicating results to donors and similar organizations;
•Project budget, including sources of financial support and amounts received, committed or pending;
•Plans for continued funding, if activity or project will be ongoing.
•Organization name, address, phone number and contact person;
•Brief statement of the organization’s history, goals and accomplishments;
•Geographical area and number of people served by the organization;
•Number of volunteers participating in the organization’s activities;
•A copy of the organization’s most recent IRS tax exemption
501 (c)(3) determination letter, and tax ID number;
•The names and affiliations of the organization’s governing board and brief background information on the Executive Director and key staff members;
•A copy of the organization’s most recent audited financial statement and current operating budget containing:
•Amounts and percentages of income utilized for program, administration, fundraising and general expense;
•List of current sources of unrestricted and restricted funds (i.e., corporations, foundations, government, federated campaigns, individual contributions);
•A copy of the organization’s most recent Form 990, including state supplement, if applicable.
Generally excluded from consideration are grants for:
•Personal assistance for individuals, including grants, loans or subsidies for basic services; religious, labor, fraternal, athletic or political organizations;
•Capital funds for buildings and equipment;
•Endowment funds; conferences and seminars; organizations receiving support through the United Way;
•Sports activities (i.e., runs, races or tournaments);
•National health, medical and human service organizations specializing in research;
•Secondary funding(where funds are pooled to make contributions to others);
•Freelance films, videotapes or audio productions;
•Tickets for benefits;