Grants to Address Community Needs in Indiana
Foundation / Corporation
Community Foundation of Bartholomew County
03/01/12 5:00 PM
Grants for up to $3,000 to address community needs in Indiana. Through this RFP, a wide range of community based projects will be supported. The Foundation will consider grant applications that are change-oriented and problem-solving in nature. The Heritage Fund provides \"seed\" money or support for the pilot phase of a program. The Heritage Fund does not generally provide operating support. Programs should:
-Strive to anticipate the changing needs of the community and to be flexible in responding to them.
-Address the needs of a significant number of community residents and provide the greatest benefit per dollar granted.
-Encourage support from the community by using matching, challenge and other grant techniques.
-Have a broad funding base, with additional support being sought from the government, foundations, associations and other funders.
-Enable grant recipients to achieve certain objectives such as capacity building, and/or increasing efficiency, effectiveness and fundraising capabilities.
-Request technical assistance or specialized help with projects that respond to community needs.
-Positively impact the Heritage Fund's Areas of Initiative.
Up to $3,000
- Nonprofits having a 501(c)(3) status with the IRS
- See RFP and/or Grant Guidelines for full eligibility
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