Pro-Bono Work

Eric Mitchell donates a portion of his services to worthwhile causes every year.  He is interested in supporting social justice projects that involve disability issues, youth, the arts, animal welfare and working with faith communities.

Fifth Ocean Consulting, LLC is excited to announce that the 2014 Pro-Bono Award Recipient is Heal Courageously. The Heal Courageously project provides patients, caregivers and survivors the opportunity to document their journey through illness in photographs, at no charge. This transformative project was founded by an authentically transformational leader, Michelle Marthia.  To learn more about Heal Courageously and Michelle’s journey, please click here.

2013 Pro-Bono Award Recipients

    • Brain Injury Association of Utah
    • Color Country Animal Welfare
    • Utah Arts Alliance

2012 Pro-Bono Award Recipient

      • Arts-Kids, Inc.

2011 Pro-Bono Award Recipients

      • Art Access/VSA Utah
      • The Iqra Academy
      • The Utah Youth Mentor Project


Required Grant Applicant Criteria:

      • Be a nonprofit organization with an active 501(c)(3) status
      • Be located in Utah
      • Promote social justice issues in Utah
      • Have an annual budget of less than $200,000

If you meet the criteria and are interested in being considered for a project, please fill out the online Service Grant Application below. Applications are accepted annually throughout the month of September.


Service Grant Application

Organization Name
Contact Name
Title
Address
City, State and Zip Code
Phone Number
Email Address
Website Address
Area of Interest
Year organization was established
Number of staff
Annual budget
Briefly summarize your organization’s history and mission. (250 word limit)
Describe the project you are requesting assistance for, including why it is needed and how your organization will benefit. (250 word limit)
Describe your Board of Trustees and how they will be involved in supporting the project. (250 word limit)
Describe how you plan to sustain the program created or strengthened by a service donation from Fifth Ocean. (250 word limit)