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Grant Application Procedures
The application process begins with an initial Letter of Interest, and if invited, is followed by a full proposal. 

The Moody's Foundation is not currently accepting Letters of Interest

Letters of Interest
Letters of Interest may be submitted at any time to The Moody’s Foundation and are reviewed on an ongoing basis. Please allow up to eight (8) weeks for your submission to be reviewed. Email or mailed Letters of Interest will not be considered.

Please note you will need the following information to submit a Letter of Interest: 

  • Organization Legal Name
  • Tax ID/Charity Number
  • Description of Organization / Mission Statement
  • 501(c)(3) or Charitable Status Equivalent Document
  • Requested Amount
  • Name of Program for which funding is being sought

The initial application consists of a one page Letter of Interest which must be included in your submission. This letter must include:

1. A description of the organization and an indication of competence in the area of this proposal.
2. An outline of the project, including:
a. Who it will benefit.
b. Design of the project.
c. Outcomes expected.
3. A brief (2 or 3 lines) overview of your budget, income sources and expenses for this project. 

Full Proposals
Proposals will be requested by The Moody’s Foundation, and will require an Invitation Code to submit, based on the outcome of the Letter of Interest review. Full proposals require detailed information regarding the particular program for which funding is being sought.

If a grant is awarded, grantees are required to submit a grant agreement detailing the terms and conditions of the grant award.

  • Telephone solicitations will not be considered.
  • Letters of Interest are accepted at any time and are reviewed in a timely manner.
  • Proposals funded in any one year are not assured of future funding. If renewed funding is desired, the organization must submit additional requests.