To improve impact, our grants in Training and Education, Research and Publication, Library and Archive Collections may be combined with support from other foundations, trusts, individuals, or businesses. We rely heavily on our Jungian advisor network to recommend projects.
If you think your project and organization match the Foundation’s funding priorities, the first step is a Letter of Inquiry (see form at bottom of this page). We will reply to your submission within 90 days. Due to the volume of submissions we receive and the volunteer nature of our Board, we cannot respond to phone calls or emails requesting the status of a submitted Letter of Inquiry.
Please be aware that we receive more applications than we can fund and the standard for applicants is very high. If your Letter of Inquiry is accepted, you will receive an invitation to submit a grant application. We will provide you with the grant application format.
If either your Letter of Inquiry or Grant Application is declined, you cannot re-apply for the same project or opportunity. We apologize for any inconvenience caused by this policy, but we believe that the limitations of our grant making model also are its greatest strength. Our reliance on our advisor network allows us to fill a unique and important niche and support great Jungian projects around the world.
We wish you well in your efforts to secure funding for your own project.
What We Don’t Fund
- Capital campaigns
- Building construction
- For-profit organizations
- Residential training programs
- Operating budgets
- Political matters of any kind