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When does Broward College accept grant requests?
Broward College only reviews sponsorship requests once a year.  Please review the Partnership Guidelines for information as to when the application is open.
What type of sponsorship opportunities is Broward College looking for?

​Broward College is looking for opportunities where we can have a strong partnership with a charity/nonprofit partner.  In addition to sponsoring a charity’s event, we will give priority to organizations that provide the College with additional engagement opportunities.  Examples include but are not limited to:

  • Speaking opportunities for our faculty/staff
  • Site visits to your campus/facility to engage with the population the nonprofit is serving
  • Student engagement/activity
  • Hosting tours of our campuses
  • Hosting events at our campuses/facilities
  • Offer our student internship opportunities
How do I apply for a sponsorship?
Your first step is to determine that your organization fits within Broward College Giving Guidelines.  Once you have read all of our stated guidelines as well as our frequently asked questions and believe your organization falls within these parameters you are welcome to fill out the Sponsorship Application form.
What if I do not have some of the dates/details of events ready for the sponsorship application?

​While it is preferred that all of the information be submitted so that the College can plan accordingly, if you do not have certain details about your event, please provide us with your best answer.

Where do I send my sponsorship request?
All sponsorship requests must be submitted through the sponsorship application process during the open period in which Broward College reviews the sponsorships requests.  Please review the Partnership Guidelines for information as to when the application is open.
Is all the requested information required for the initial request?

​All requested information is required to evaluate an application. Incomplete applications cannot be considered.

What is Broward College's sponsorship review process?
​Broward College will have an open period for all nonprofits to submit their sponsorship requests.  Please review the Partnership Guidelines for information as to when the application is open.  Once the open period is closed, it is initially determined whether the organization falls within the Broward College Partnerships Guidelines. If the request meets the preliminary guidelines/requirements, it will then be reviewed by Broward College.
How do I check on my sponsorship request?
​We will announce our sponsorship partnerships by the end of July. Please make certain we have the correct contact information when submitting the sponsorship application form.  Based on staffing, we are not able to respond to calls for status checks.
How will I be contacted regarding the status of my grant request?

​An e-mail will be sent with information regarding our announcement of our sponsorship partnerships.

Is there a dollar limit for approved grants?

​Sponsorships are funded based on the type of partnership with the organization and the impact it will have.

May my organization apply for more than one sponsorship request per year?
We typically do not consider more than one sponsorship request per fiscal year (July - June) for each organization.
Is there a contact if I have any questions?
​Please direct any questions about the application process to Adriana Fazzano, Assistant to the President. You may reach her at:  Please title the subject line of the email to read: Broward College Community Partnership Request for <Name of Your Organization>.
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