Foundation / Corporation
Polk County Community Foundation
08/21/18 11:59 PM
Grants totaling $10,000 to North Carolina nonprofit organizations to benefit residents of Saluda. First-time applicants must first contact the funding source. Funding may be requested for civic events occurring in Saluda, special projects, and capital funding.
Funding is For:
- Civic events in Saluda, which are open to residents of Saluda and may be attended by others as well.
- Non-recurring expenses or capital projects like repairs to roofs, remodeling and the purchase of equipment which will last for some years (however, no more than one-half of the annual distribution should be awarded for the capital projects of any one organization).
- Other special projects considered worthwhile by the Polk County Community Foundation.
Past grants have been awarded to support community events such as The Saluda Art and Music Festival, public gatherings at Twin Lakes, and summer reading programs. Saluda Community Fund awards have also funded roof repairs for the Saluda Medical Center, kudzu eradication projects, walking paths, and other beautification initiatives.
GrantWatch ID#: 146008
Grant funds must be spent within 12 months of the time of the award notification. You may request a longer grant period by indicating the need for an extension of time on the cover page.
Organizations that are located in Saluda and serve the residents of Saluda may be eligible to apply. Saluda nonprofits, Saluda organizations supported by tax dollars, and other Saluda organizations engaged in charitable or civic projects to benefit Saluda residents may be eligible to apply.
If your donors do not receive tax deductions for contributions to your organization, please contact the Director of Grants for details about eligibility.
Organizations new to the Foundation should contact the Director of Grants regarding grant eligibility as a first step.
First cycle deadline: May 1, 2018
Second cycle deadline: August 21, 2018, if funds remain
Grant decisions available June 29 (first cycle) and November 16 (second cycle)
The Foundation encourages heads of organizations to contact the Foundation's Director of Grants to discuss projects, proposals, or any questions related to the grant process. They are also happy to review applications well in advance of deadlines.
More information about deadlines and funding limits: https://www.polkccf.org/grants/dates-and-dollars.html
How to apply: https://www.polkccf.org/grants/applications.html
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
USA: North Carolina: City of Saluda