31 Mar Collaborative Grant Cycle Launches
The Community Foundation of Grant County is excited to announce the opening of the Give to Grant Collaborative Grant Cycle. Eligible 501(c) organizations with a general grant request between $2,500 to $10,000 are welcome to apply. From safety devices and meal delivery services to trail maintenance and neighborhood beautification projects, the Foundation funds a variety of causes that promote sustainable impact towards the betterment of Grant County. Organizations have the option to apply for a crowdfunding grant during this cycle up to $20,000. If approved, organizations have 60 days to match dollar-for-dollar what they requested from the Foundation.
The Give to Grant Collaborative Grant Cycle opens April 3rd, and will close May 28th. The online application link can be found by visiting www.GiveToGrant.org/Grants under the tab “Applications and Timelines.” First-time organizational applicants are required to meet with the Community Investment Manager before applying.
The Foundation is home to a variety of 400+ charitable funds established by generous donors with a passion for supporting worthwhile charitable causes. The Give to Grant Collaborative uniquely consists of endowment funds established to provide support for general charitable purposes identified as the most pressing needs and opportunities in the community to be selected annually at the discretion of the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
“The Give to Grant Collaborative simplifies charitable giving and philanthropic impact by combining generous donations with others to pool resources and generate something strong and impactful for the community,” says Meagan Mathias, Community Investment Manager. “Every year, the Foundation awards between $1-3 Million in grants to nonprofits, community entities, and college-bound students right here in Grant County.”
For more information about the Give to Grant Collaborative Grant Cycle, or to discuss any of the other grant opportunities at the Foundation, connect with Meagan Mathias, Community Investment Manager by emailing Meagan@GiveToGrant.org. The Give to Grant Collaborative Grant Cycle is the third of six grantmaking cycles offered in 2023 by the Foundation.
About the Community Foundation of Grant County, Indiana, Inc.
The Community Foundation of Grant County, Indiana, Inc. is an advocate for local philanthropy and is dedicated to improving the lives of people in the Grant County area. An effective steward of the community’s charitable resources since 1984, the Foundation works with donors to establish charitable funds and supports nonprofit organizations through a variety of grantmaking efforts. The Community Foundation connects people, resources, and causes to promote sustainable impact for the betterment of Grant County. Currently the Community Foundation holds over 400 charitable funds that support a variety of charities and charitable causes in Grant County. For more information, please visit www.GiveToGrant.org or call 765-662-0065.