For Grant Seekers
The Snow-Redfern Memorial Foundation will receive, earn, administer and distribute funds to qualifying charitable and/or human service organizations, educational entities, and faith based organizations. These organizations will in turn provide direct services to meet the needs, education or training of disadvantaged youth.
The 2020/21 Project Grant Cycle will Begin July 1, 2021
2020/2021 Project Grant Reporting
Final Grant Reports Should Be Emailed to
Grant Impact Areas
As our founder, Arvilla Snow-Redfern, so eloquently and passionately shred in her last will and testament, "I commend to the community in the broadest sense, the Snow-Redfern Memorial Foundation, as a means of expression of good will and the desire of all of us to help those who need a home, encouragement and training for the time when they shall be called upon to meet the world as they shall find it.”
Mrs. Snow-Redfern's vision is interpreted today through the funds allocated to the many Nebraska non-profits whom are committed to serving our youth.
There are 3 primary focus areas funded, tying Arvilla's wish to provide home, encouragement, and training to youth with funding support.
1) HOME - project grants focusing on basic needs (food, housing, clothing, etc)
2) ENCOURAGEMENT- program grants focused on outcome-driven behavioral health programs
3) TRAINING- Career Pathways funds focused on advancing life skills and career attainment
2020/2021 Project Grants
Jun 1-July 15, 2020: (NOW CLOSED) Online applications will be accepted for Project grants.
November, 2020: Awards Distributed
2021-2023 Program Grant
January 1-February 1, 2021: Letter of Intent accepted for the 3-year Program Grant.
June, 2021: 1 Award Distributed
More Information Will Soon Be Available!
2021/2022 Project Grants
Jun 1-July 15, 2021: Online applications will be accepted for Project grants.
November, 2021: Awards Distributed
Career Pathways: TBD