What could you do with $100?
Through the Do-Good Grant®, Modern Woodmen gives $100 in seed money to help members conduct a small, hands-on service project with family and friends. Members choose the project and the local public or nonprofit organization that it will benefit.
Grant recipients receive a prepaid bank card to purchase supplies and materials, free T-shirts, and more.
Do I qualify?
To be eligible to apply for the Do-Good Grant®, you must be:
- Age 16 or older.
- A member with Modern Woodmen life insurance or annuity coverage. (The certificate must be in your own name and in good standing.)
Modern Woodmen field representatives, board members, employees, home office retirees, fraternal leaders and their immediate family members are not eligible. Do-Good Grant® projects must be carried out independently of existing chapter or youth service club activities.
How to apply
- Log in to your online member account. This helps us verify your membership. (You can create an online account now if you don’t have one.)
- Navigate to Do-Good Grant® (under Social and Volunteer Opportunities) and complete the application form. You’ll need to share details about your anticipated project, including the theme, recipient and location.
Once your project is approved, you’ll receive a Do-Good Grant® project kit – a fun box filled with everything you need to hold your project – in the mail.
Members can apply for one grant every two years. Up to 500 grants are awarded annually on a first-time, first-served basis.
Subject to change, fraternal member programs are not part of the contract and may have specific eligibility requirements. Some programs are not available to all members. Log in to your online member account for complete details.
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