The Quality of Life grants program

The Quality of Life grants program, created by the late Dana Reeve, strives to empower individuals with disabilities and their families by providing grants to nonprofit organizations that improve quality of life through inclusion, access, independence, opportunities for community engagement, and other life-enhancing endeavors. Since the program’s inception in 1999, a total of 2,459 grants totaling over $18.3 million were awarded to organizations throughout the United States and beyond. Quality of Life grants have been awarded in all fifty states in the United States of America, and in 33 countries outside the United States of America.

The Reeve Foundation Quality of Life grant program is currently open and accepting applications. The application process and guidelines can be downloaded here. The Quality of Life Director and the Outreach Program Coordinator will be hosting a live presentation to assist in navigating the application process.

This presentation is tailored specifically for nonprofit organizations seeking a Reeve Foundation Quality of Life grant for a program or project that directly impacts the lives of individuals living with disabilities and their families.

Don’t miss this live webinar on Tuesday, August 4th at 3:00 pm ET. Sign up here!

Presentation includes:

  • eligibility requirements
  • application submission process
  • funding priorities
  • supported work
  • tips on funding amount requests
  • live Q&A

This event is free to attend and available to participate by phone or internet.

Nonprofit organizations are invited to sign up now for this helpful live webinar on the Quality of Life grant process on August 4th at 3:00 pm ET.