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Letters of inquiry (2 pages) may be sent at any time and should include: a description of the project, its goals and significance; participants; the timeframe; the project’s total budget and the amount requested from the Foundation; and other existing or potential sources of funding. Inquiries should be addressed to Jonathan VanAntwerpen.

Letters of inquiry should show succinctly how the project emerges from serious interests and work already in progress. They should situate the work within a broader field, indicate how the project will advance that field, and display a commitment to ensuring the work’s long-term sustainability.

All inquiries will be acknowledged, although the full review process, including conversation and correspondence between the program director and applicant, often takes additional time before a decision is made as to whether a full proposal can be invited. The Theology Program is currently in the midst of a staff transition, and responses to inquiries may therefore be somewhat slower than usual.

The program does not make grants to individuals, and does not generally provide support for conferences.


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