The Fulton County Community Foundation (FCCF) is offering rant opportunities for the county at large and for the Kewanna-Union Township area of the county.
New for 2013 is the Kewanna-Union Township Grant opportunity. Grants support charitable programs and projects within the Kewanna-Union Township community. Local businesses, residents and supporters of Kewanna-Union Township continue to contribute funds to make these grants possible.
There is $2,500 available to grant. Grants are available for people, clubs and organizations that want to do good things for the people of the Kewanna-Union Township area. The deadline is Friday May 3, 2013.
The Fulton County Community Foundation (FCCF) will be offering two exciting granting opportunities in 2013 with deadlines of June 3 and October 7. The first deadline will be for large Impact Grants and the second is for smaller Community Support Grants.
Impact Grants are for organizations seeking funds to support a large project in the range of $75,000.
This grant is designed to support organizations that are planning a new project or program, or looking to expand their services. Charitable organizations that are interested in applying for an Impact Grant must first submit a Letter of Intent and one page project summary to the Community Foundation by June 3, 2013. The grant committee of the Community Foundation will review all Letters of Intent and ask select organizations to complete a grant application for the project.
Also available are Community Support Grants which support organizations seeking grants in the range of several hundred to several thousand dollars. These grants are designed to be awarded to several organizations and provide support throughout the community. The deadline for the Community Support Grant application is October 7, 2013,
According to Brian Johnson, Director of Development for the FCCF, “This is a combination of the way grant funds have been distributed in the past. In 2012, the Community Foundation made one large Impact Grant rather than many smaller grants. Large grants are a great way to make a difference in the community, but we felt that we also needed to support smaller projects and organizations that may not qualify for Impact Grants. Now we will do both.”
Grant applications and guidelines are combined into one document that can be downloaded above.
Contact Corinne Becknell Lucas, Program/Communications Director of the Northern Indiana Community Foundation to discuss granting options and project ideas toll free at 877-432-6423 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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