To be considered for a grant from the Anthony Robbins Foundation, an organization must submit a Letter of Intent online. A Letter of Intent may not exceed 3 pages in length and the online form of the Letter of Intent permits narrative information to be provided for items 1-6 of not more than one-half of an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper, single-spaced.
Paper applications will not be considered. Individuals seeking funds and organizations seeking start up funds are not eligible to receive grant funding through the Anthony Robbins Foundation.
Note: Organization must receive tax-exempt status from IRS and applicable state income tax authority prior to be considered.
If your organization meets the following criteria, please submit a letter of intent:
We do not offer funding for the following:
Deadline: None. Grants are awarded on a rolling basis. You may submit your letter of intent at any time.
Once submitted, the online Letter of Intent will be reviewed by the Anthony Robbins Foundation grant committee. The length of the review process will vary but generally takes over 90 days. Only "invited" grant applications will be considered. All organizations submitting an online Letter of Intent will be informed of the Foundation's decision by e-mail.
If your organization is denied, you may re-apply for funding next fiscal year. Approved organizations will be invited to submit a formal grant application. We will provide approved organizations with the formal application and directions for completion by email. We will inform you of deadlines based on when our next Board of Directors meeting is intended to take place. The Board has the final say on all formal grant applications. Only approved formal grant applications will be considered.
If your organization's letter of intent is approved by the Board, you will receive a Formal Grant Application. A request for support must include the following:
Conciseness and clarity are most highly regarded attributes of a grant request rather than elaborate (and cumbersome) notebooks or other relatively expensive formats.
A condition of every grant is the obligation and undertaking to provide the Foundation with a 6-month progress report concerning the specific project, program or other activity supported by the grant. The progress report is due 6- months following receipt of the grant. The progress report must include the date of receipt of the grant award.
The Board of Directors recently adopted a new policy that allows a grantee organization to reapply for a new grant after two years from its original grant date. This policy also applies if the grantee organization submits a proposal for the same program or a new program for consideration.
The Anthony Robbins Foundation considers grant applications in written form only. If the Board desires further information following initial review of the request, the applicant will be contacted by a Foundation representative. Generally, a grant request received within 30 days of a Board meeting will be deferred for action until the next Board meeting. All grant applications and inquiries should be directed toThe Anthony Robbins Foundation