by TG Philanthropy
TG accepts applications for funding through a Request for Proposal (RFP) process. If an RFP is open for responses from any eligible applicant, information will be found on this page with instructions about how to apply and a link to the application form. At times TG also uses an invitation-only RFP process, in which case information will be sent directly to prospective respondents.
TG's "Charley Wootan Grant Program" RFP will be active through January 26, 2015, to all public and nonprofit technical or community colleges in Texas. Information about eligibility, the application, and the selection process for the 2015-16 award year may be found on the Wootan program website.
TG's "Epicenters of Collaboration" RFP will be active through January 30, 2015, by invitation only. The focus of this RFP is to encourage, expand, and learn about the collaborative efforts within communities and regions that lead to higher levels of postsecondary success for low-income students.
The next open RFP is scheduled for Spring 2015 and will likely focus on postsecondary completion for low-income, 21st Century learners. Once this opportunity opens, TG will announce it on this page.
Here are other documents located on www.tgslc.org that you may be interested in: