UTAH Grant Guidelines

Utah grant requests must follow the guidelines listed below:

  • Organizations must serve the state of Utah and be documented as a 501(c)(3) under the Internal Revenue Code.   

  • The Kahlert Foundation makes grants in the areas of health care, education, youth programs, veteran organizations, and human services.

  • Organizations must be rated by Guidestar with a strong preference for organization with at least a Silver Seal of Transparency. The Kahlert Foundation will look most favorably on those organizations with a Platinum Seal of Transparency.  The Foundation is committed to supporting organizations that spend a high percentage of their funds on programs and service, not administration and fund raising.

  • Grant requests must be for programs that improve the quality of life for the community and individuals with measurable results.

  • Grants may be awarded for capital campaigns, special projects or programs, staffing, and general operations.

  • Grant requests must show a need for the request, its impact, and effectiveness.

  • Organizations need to demonstrate good leadership, financial stability, and a minimum history of 2 years of existence.

  • Grants may be for one year or multi-year.

  • New grantees are required to complete a Letter of Intent prior to being considered for a grant. The review process for new grantees may take 60 days or more. We will reach out to you if we are interested in your application. 

  • The Kahlert Foundation has different teams focusing on Maryland and Utah grants.  Please refer to the "contact us" tab for the appropriate staff member.

  • While the foundation may make grants for several years to an organization there are no guarantees of funding in perpetuity.