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The Angels Over Sandpoint offer grants to adults seeking to better their lives and to community non-profit organizations involved in health, education and youth-oriented projects and services.


Amber Coffman Campbell


A New Direction Grant

Amber Coffman Campbell Memorial Fund

Amber and her generous heart took time to genuinely listen, as good friends do. She saw the bright side of everyone and believed in the goodness in each person. Her blue eyes were luminous and her smile made everything right in the world. Bubbly and effervescent, Amber was a soul of happy endless optimistic youth.


In 2007 Amber and Darby Campbell were married at their new home on Sunny Side Road. She fell for his dashingly romantic side and was swept away with his humor and creative ideas. He adored her passionate energy and bright spirit. They loved the sun and surf …and each other.

Amber always had an interest in beauty. She was a model in her younger days and on Maui she found the Esthetician school from which she graduated in 2003. She creatively blended the idea of beauty with the natural world and brought about a new spa in 2008. Her creation of Wildflower Day Spa took off. It was an unfolding of her dream.


Amber was passionate, inspiring and generous of spirit. She brought forth an idea that there was always something about to unfold, something magical just in front of us, that something beautiful would happen this very day. And it always did, she would find something delightful in her path, even the littlest thing and embrace it.


Although Amber left this world too soon, she has given us a gift of her unbidden joy that we carry around with us in our hearts. 

A New Direction Grant is offered to Bonner County residents seeking to better themselves by attending a college, university or trade school. Download the application to read the criteria and how to apply.

Community Grants

The Angels Over Sandpoint seeks to enhance the lives of the citizens of Bonner County through its support of

charitable and educational institutions.  The Angels Over Sandpoint give primary consideration to non-profit

organizations involved in health, education and youth-oriented projects and services.

The Grant Process

  • The Community Grants Program awards grants of $250 to $2500.

  • Grant requests are accepted twice annually by March 15 and September 15.

  • Grant applications will be considered by the Board of Directors the following month.  Applicants will benotified by mail regarding the status of their application within 30 days of the Board considering their application.

  • Submitting an application does not guarantee funding.  The Board of Directors of the Angels Over Sandpoint reserves the right to award grants at its sole discretion and to adjust the amount awarded to each organization without prior notice.


Prerequisites for Consideration

Organizations eligible to apply must meet one of the following criteria:

  • An organization holding a current tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3), (4), (6) or (19) of the Internal Revenue Code;

  • A recognized government entity:  State, County, or City Agency, including law enforcement or firedepartments, that are requesting funds exclusively for charitable purposes;

  • A Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 public or private school, charter school, community/junior college,state/private college or university;

  • A church or other faith-based organization with a proposed project that benefits the community at large;

  • or, a Children and/or Youth program.


All organizations applying for a grant must be located in and provide service to Bonner County residents.

Angels Over Sandpoint will NOT accept requests for:

  • Operational Support

  • Annual Support

  • Support for projects outside of Bonner County, Idaho

  • Support for individuals


How to Apply

Fill out the grant application form completely and submit it to the Angels Over Sandpoint.  The form can be

found on our website, under the “Need Help” then “Grants”. Email electronic version

to, or mail to Angels Over Sandpoint, PO Box 2369, Sandpoint, ID. Must be

received or postmarked by the deadline. Attachments that refer directly to grant questions are acceptable.


For Additional Information: Contact the Secretary for Angels Over Sandpoint at or 208.290.5895.

Young Women with Backpacks

Grant Instructions

The following instructions are designed to answer any questions you may have about the Angels Over

Sandpoint Grant Application Form.  The application is intend to be short and simple.  You may attach exhibits.

Please note:  Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Include an abstract (150 word maximum) summarizing the objectives of your organization’s request.  

We encourage you to address at a minimum the following points in your abstract:

  • The mission of your organization;

  • The objectives of your project and how it will serve a need in the community or Bonner County;

  • The impact of your project, how many people will be served; and

  • The amount you are requesting and exactly what the funds will be used for plus the total cost of theproject.

  1. Describe the project for which you are requesting financial support.  Your description should tell exactly what will take place, who will participate, when it will happen, where it will happen, how long it is expected to continue and what the expected outcome will be. Please detail the cost of items you plan to purchase with this grant.

  2. Explain why this project is important, who will benefit and how the project helps the community.

  3. Describe the experience your organization has had in carrying out similar projects and why the organization is capable of success.

  4. Angels Over Sandpoint will provide seed money for worthwhile new projects.  How will you continue to support this project after the initial grant?

  5. Describe the ways you will recognize the contributors to the project.

Grant Reporting

All successful grantees shall provide a report to the Angels Over Sandpoint detailing how the money was

expended, including receipts, and the impact the project had on the community. Reports should be received prior to the next grant cycle deadline (March 15 for fall grants or September 15 for spring grants).

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