Conflict of Interest Policy
The Kronkosky Charitable Foundation maintains a Conflict of Interest Policy for its staff to ensure independence and integrity in its recommendations to the Distribution Committee. Staff may not accept any form of compensation, gifts, or favors from any organization or representative that anticipates submitting a grant proposal to the Foundation, has submitted a proposal, or has received a grant. Further, the Foundation does not make grants to organizations on whose Board (governing or advisory) a member of its staff serves. Finally, the staff of the Foundation may not participate in fund-raising feasibility studies.
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Frequently Asked Questions

6) Will the foundation consider funding capital campaigns?
Yes, provided the Capital Campaign is an integral part of an activity that relates specifically to one or more of the Foundation's Program Goals.

7) Will the foundation consider funding general operating costs?
Yes, provided the operating costs are for activities that relate specifically to one or more of the Foundation's Program Goals.

8) Will the foundation consider funding educational programs?
Yes, provided that the educational programs relate to one or more of the Foundation's Program Goals.

9) Will the foundation fund collaborative projects between several organizations?
Yes. The Foundation strongly encourages collaborative efforts with accountability and evaluation responsibilities clearly defined among the collaborators.



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