Foundation / Corporation
Hawarden Community Foundation
Grants will be awarded in Hawarden, Iowa to non-profit organizations and units of local government to enhance the quality of life, promote unity, and develop community pride. Funds are intended to identify, prioritize and respond to community needs in the following areas: Arts & Culture, Civic, Environment, and Human Services.
Priority consideration will be given to projects that:
-Enhance the quality of life in Hawarden
-Address present and emerging needs
-Result in the greatest good for the greatest number of people
-Are developed in collaboration with other organizations
-Leverage other funds and/or community resources
Lower priority consideration will be given to requests for:
-General operating expenses
Generally not funded:
-Annual fund drives
GrantWatch ID#: 135945
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
The Hawarden Community Foundation Administrative Office
505 Fifth Street, Suite 412
Sioux City, IA 51101
Questions should be directed to Ric Porter, Advisory Board Chair, at (712) 551-2712 or the HCF Administrative office at (712) 293-3303.
Questions regarding the application may be directed to Debbie Hubbard, Siouxland Community Foundation Executive Director, at (712) 293-3303.
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