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Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation Grants

Grants to Emmet County, Michigan Nonprofits, Schools,
and Agencies for Arts, Environment, Health, and Recreation

GrantWatch ID#: 146288
Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation

10/01/17 4:00 PM

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Grants of up to $15,000 to Emmet County, Michigan nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, state agencies, and municipalities for programs that will enhance the quality of life for local residents. Applicants should contact the Foundation before applying. Funding will be provided to a wide range of organizations, programs, and projects throughout the County. Areas of interest and their priorities are highlighted below, but the Foundation recognizes that important or emerging needs require responsiveness and flexibility.

1) Arts and Culture

- Promote financial stability and organizational development for arts organizations
- Keep arts, cultural, and historical programs accessible, available and affordable

2) Environment

- Support for projects to protect and restore green spaces, shorelines, dune areas, water quality and air quality
- Environmental education for all ages
- Promotion of comprehensive community planning, priorities, and strategies

3) Community and Economic Development

- Support the enhancement of downtown areas
- Support thriving, livable, and walkable communities
- Support sustainable local agriculture

4) Health and Human Services

- Support for basic needs, including food, shelter, home heating, healthcare and childcare
- Provide organizational support to keep those agencies addressing vital needs strong
- Provide support for at-risk populations like seniors, women and children, individuals with disabilities, etc.

5) Recreation

- Keep recreational activities available and affordable for community individuals and youth
- Support school or amateur athletics and recreational or sports camps
- Support community parks, playgrounds, and trails

6) Youth

- Support public education institutions, especially enrichment programs
- Support for early childhood care and education
- Support for youth centers and constructive activities
- Promote citizenship, leadership, and positive values

7) Good Food Initiative - The Foundation also has a more specific interest in increasing the viability of local food and farm systems, including support for projects that:

- Help farmers/livestock producers keep their land in farming
- Boost the economy through expanded production and purchase of local food and food products
- Improve access by children and those in need to nutritious foods from local sources
- Increase community appreciation for local food and farming

Up to $15,000

The term of a grant award is nine months.

Eligible applicants include tax-exempt, charitable organizations according to the IRS code, educational institutions, state agencies, or municipalities. Applicants must be current with their tax status and, if applicable, their registration to solicit charitable donations in Michigan.

Organizations must serve Emmet County or a significant number of Emmet County residents.

Organizations must not discriminate in hiring of staff or the provision of services.

The Board of Trustees generally does not consider requests in excess of $15,000, annual fund-raising drives, services which are commonly recognized as government or school obligations, debt reduction, endowments, religious programs that advocate specific religious doctrines or do not serve the broader community, and individuals (other than scholarships).

After reading the guidelines and determining eligibility, please call the Community Foundation to discuss your proposal and to receive the application. Current deadlines for grant applications are March 1 and October 1.

The YAC and the Grant Distribution Committee will make their recommendations to the Board of Trustees at the next regularly scheduled Board meeting. This process takes approximately two months. You will be notified by Community Foundation staff as soon as possible following the Board’s decision.

Eligibility and Areas of Interest:
http://www.phsacf.org/grant-application-eligibility-and-areas-of-interest-83/

Tips for Applicants:
http://www.phsacf.org/tips-for-applicants-84/

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Applications may be emailed to: grants@phsacf.org

Or mailed to:
Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation
616 Petoskey Street, Suite 203
Petoskey, MI, 49770

For questions, please contact either Sarah Ford or Kassia Perpich at the above email address or call (231) 348-5820.

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USA: Michigan: Emmet County

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