What's My Next Action
Letter of Inquiry
You have received an invitation to submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI) to the Maclellan Foundation. The LOI is the entry step in our grant making process. It allows us to determine if you are a potential funding match. If your Letter of Inquiry is accepted, we will invite you to submit a full request for funding. We have prepared a list of questions and resources that will help you as you prepare your Letter of Inquiry.
While there are many wonderful projects, we are only able to fund a small number of them. We partner with grantees that align with our values and purpose.
Process and Preparation
As the entry step into the grant request process, the LOI is an abbreviated application giving us a succinct look at your project. As you prepare your LOI, we invite you to use the resources below to help.
Frequently Asked Questions
Over time, we have gathered questions raised by applicants at the Letter of Inquiry stage. Read below to find answers to frequently asked questions.
If you need technical assistance, read our directions and troubleshooting suggestions below.
How do I access the grant portal?
Will you help me find my username?
How do I reset my password?
My address or information has changed, how do I update it?
Which browser or computer should I use to complete my online submission?
Why can't all of the fields on the LOI be edited?
How do I provide my Mission and Vision statement?
How long will it take to complete the LOI?
Who should I contact for help with a problem?