Kewanna-Union Township Grant
The Kewanna Food Pantry has been serving the people of Kewanna and the surrounding area for over a decade. Now with their new location on Toner Street in downtown Kewanna, they are helping more people than ever before.
They will continue to provide help to those in need with a grant from the Fulton County Community Foundation in the amount of $1,500. This grant is from a new fund created to benefit the residents of Kewanna and Union Township.
The Kewanna-Union Township grant was created in 2010 to support charitable programs and projects within the Kewanna-Union Township community. Local businesses, residents and supporters of Kewanna-Union Township contributed the funds to make these grants possible and they continue to support the fund today.
From these contributions, grants are available for people, clubs and organizations that want to do good things for the people of the area.
Applications for grants this spring are now available and can be downloaded here.
“There is $2,500 available to grant in 2014.” said Brian Johnson, the Director of Development at the Fulton County Community Foundation. “Grants may be given to many different organizations, or only one or two depending on how many applications are received. We encourage folks to apply even if they only need a few hundred dollars for a particular project.” added Mr. Johnson.
Grants must be for charitable or service organizations in the Kewanna-Union Township area and support programs that benefit its residents.
Applications can be found below. The deadline is May 2, 2014. For more information contact the Community Foundation at 574-224-3223 or toll free at 1-877-432-6423.
Download the 2014 Kewanna-Union Township Grant Application. The deadline is May 2, 2014
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