HOME DEPOT GRANT NOW OPEN APPLY TO FIX UP YOUR POST BUILDING
VFW Posts can receive up to $5,000 to fix up their buildings
February 24, 2012
Home Depot (HD) has opened their Community Impact Grants cycle which will be in
effect from February 6, 2012 through August 13, 2012, though it is suggested
you apply as soon as possible.
Posts can receive up to $5,000 to fix up their buildings; however, of course,
there is no guarantee of funding.
begin the process, type in the following Internet link:
the bottom of the web page choose “Click here to start the application”
help you complete this application, the VFW Foundation has prepared a
step-by-step how-to guide.
have tried to make the instructions as simple as possible. Any deviation from
this guide will most likely result in not being able to submit the application.
receive this information send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
the following in the subject heading: Need
Home Depot Guide
application must be filled out via the Internet only (no telephone calls to HD,
emails or written submissions will be accepted nor will you be able to turn
this application in at your local HD store).
close attention to the Tax ID Instructions Section. You will use the
Employee Identification Number (EIN) of your Post and upload the Post’s
501(c)(19) IRS determination letter at the end of the application.
you receive funding it will come in the form of Home Depot gift cards that can
be used to buy materials at your local HD store. You will need to recruit Post
members or other community volunteers to do the work. The project must be
completed within 6 months. You will also be required to fill out a final
report. Failure to do so will negatively impact your Post’s ability to receive
any future funding from The Home Depot.
(816) 968-1124 or email@example.com
After submission of the application, you should receive a written email
response from HD usually in six weeks letting you know if you received the
Should you have any questions, please contact Richard Freiburghouse, Grants
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