Grants and Scholarships

Giving is the heart of what we do here at the Community Foundation. Every year, we give over $1 million dollars to non-profits, community entities, and college-bound students here in Grant County. From swing sets and dog parks to gardens and special events and even to future doctors and teachers, we fund a variety of causes that promote sustainable impact towards the betterment of Grant County.

Here at the Community Foundation, we know that sustainable impact is created in all sorts of ways. That’s why we award around 200 scholarships annually to Grant County students for tuition, fees, and books. Thanks to generous donors, we have scholarships available to students of every age, income level, academic ability, and athletic aim. All Grant County U.S. citizens and eligible noncitizens pursuing higher education at an accredited university, college, or trade school, part-time or full-time, are eligible to apply for scholarships.

Remember, funding is limited, Community Foundation grants and scholarships are highly competitive. And awards are subject to IRS regulations, Community Foundation policy, and the criteria established by donors. Your program or project may be next!

Visit our Grants and Scholarships Applications and Timelines page to review how and when to apply. Also find other helpful resources under the Grants and Scholarships menu above.

Contact Us

Meagan Mathias

Community Leadership Director

Hannah Yopp

Scholarship Solutions Manager