The Letter of Inquiry stage is the first venture in The Jandy Ammons Foundation requisition process. Letters are inspected for arrangement with the Foundation's project rules and objectives and also the possible effects of the task being subsidized. At that point, a select gathering get letters of welcome to give a full concede proposal.
"Non-benefits fuel a group's development and instruction," says Jan Ammons, The Jandy Ammons Foundation prime supporter and president and long-term group volunteer. "Our objective is to collaborate with associations that have an extraordinary venture idea, yet require budgetary aid to make it an actuality. This two-stage requisition methodology permits us to effectively recognize those associations that adjust to our objectives and afterward delve deeper into how they will have any kind of effect in their group."
The principal round of awards from The Jandy Ammons Foundation were honored not long ago to five Triangle-based non-benefits that by and large develop crisp produce, animated lifestyles and untamed life environments. For more data on the award proposal methodology, please visit http://www.thejandyammonsfoundation.org.
Established in November 2012, The Jandy Ammons Foundation is a 501(c)(3) gift making establishment structured by Heritage engineer Andy Ammons and his crew. The mission of the association is to help venture driven attempts that will improve natural life environments, park settings, instructive surroundings, creative establishments or Christian church mission ventures. This is accomplished through banding together with philanthropic associations, districts or Christian church bunches where a noteworthy volunteer base could be showed to help actualize venture driven activities.
It is a correct family establishment; Jan Ammons, Andy Ammons and their little girl Jessie Sloan Ammons make up the Board of Directors, and the Ammons' two children, Drew and Max, presently serve on trustees inside.