There is also a question about expenses and budgets, with the stipulation that the grant will not be used for "individual compensation."
Applicants younger than 18 will need an adult sponsor.
Go to woodsidegiving.org to apply.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650-275-4886.
Winners will be announced on May 12 at a new event in Woodside called The Woodside Day of Giving, which WCF President Diane Talbert describes as "consciousness raising about being generous with both time/money and honoring all the ideas/ways of improving community."
Established in 1952, WCF serves as a pass-through nonprofit agent handling various funds, currently including Woodside-area Horse Owners Association (WHOA), Woodside Community Theater, Woodside Landscape Committee, and Angel Food.
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