Wanda Muntwyler Foundation
The Wanda Muntwyler Foundation

Apply For A Grant

The Wanda Muntwyler Foundation partners with The Foundation Office at Fifth Third Bank to administer our online grant application process. If you are a grant seeker and your organization falls within our giving guidelines, please use the below link to apply for funding.

Nonprofits are welcome to apply each year from January 1 – July 31. We review grant applications on an annual basis over the summer, and award grant funding each fall.

Please apply by July 31 and
use invitation code: 2MNW4

Step-by-Step Instructions

The application consists of three main sections, each of which must be completed for your request to be considered:
  1. Basic information pertaining to your organization.
  2. Contact information pertaining to your organization.
  3. The proposal your organization is submitting for approval.
To access the online system, use the above link and enter the invitation code: 2MNW4
If you have never logged into the system, you will need to click on the “First Time User? Create Your Password” link at the top of the Welcome screen. From there, you will be able to create an account. Once you are logged in, click on the green “Start a New Regional LOI for Private Foundations” button and provide all of the information requested.


If you have difficulty with the online application, please use the “Need Support?” link on the application website. For specific grant related questions please reach out to our administrator with The Foundation Office at Fifth Third Bank, Anna Coutts, at Anna.Coutts@53.com or 513.534.2559. We look forward to hearing from you!

Grant Award Notification

The Grant Committee (Trustees) will award grants at their September meeting. Notification of their decisions will follow within several days.

Follow-up Procedure

For those projects underwritten by the Foundation, we request, but do not require, an informal follow-up report to be submitted during the first half of the next calendar year for which the funding has been granted, particularly those in the Chicago area, to discuss current and future projects.