Martin County Community Foundation|
Grant applications are now
available for local organizations serving Martin County residents.
The Martin County Community Foundation is accepting applications for the
2017 Open Grant Cycle which funds charitable programs and projects that
serve Martin County. Last year fifteen Martin County projects were funded
through the open grant cycle; the grants ranged from $220 to $2,500 each.
The 2017 grant cycle is funded
by distributions from the following permanent endowment funds: Wendell
Bough Family Fund, Courter Family Fund, Ken and Juanita Crane Fund, Al and
Helen Friesenhengst Fund, Gregory Family Humanitarian Fund, Leo Harding
Family Unrestricted Fund, Rich and Judy Kluesner Fund, Michael B. and Beth
A. Lett Fund, Old National Fund, Smithville Charitable Foundation Fund,
Tri-Kappa of Loogootee-Shoals Community Grants Fund, Donald and Janett
Walton Fund for the Betterment of Martin County, and the MCCF Unrestricted
Fund. Newly created endowments are the John T. and Elizabeth J. Chattin
Community Fund and the German American Bancorp Fund. The Sarah Bowling
Fuhrman Fund for Youth, Expectant Mothers Assistance Fund, and Loogootee
Performing Arts Fund provide additional funding.
Grant application packets are
now available online or at the Martin County Community Foundation office
located in the community building at 2668 U.S. Hwy. 50, Loogootee. Please
call (812) 295-1022 to schedule a pick up time. Completed applications must
be returned to the community foundation by 4:00 pm, August 1, 2017 to be
considered for funding.
recognized by the IRS as having 501(c)(3) status, accredited educational
institutions, and governmental entities are invited to submit applications.
Awards will be announced at the MCCF Annual Dinner on November 6, 2017.
Download Application packet here:
2017 MCCF Open Grant Cycle
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