Foundation / Corporation
Claremont Community Foundation (CCF)
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Grants to California nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and educational institutions for a wide range of activities benefiting Claremont and surrounding communities in the Inland Valley area. Funding is intended to support projects and programs in the arts, drama, and music, as well as in areas of need such as education, culture, health, and youth services.
Claremont Community Foundation (CCF) Grants benefit education, youth and family services, seniors, musicians, artists, the art appreciating public, developmentally and physically disabled children and adults, historical and cultural preservation, animal welfare, healthcare, and the natural environment.
CCF Grants are primarily awarded to support programs and projects in two fields of interest: Community Impact, and Arts. Each area of interest has its own fund for awarding grants, as follows:
- The Community Impact Fund addresses broad areas of need, including health, economic improvement, family, individual and youth services, cultural and educational activities and historical initiatives.
- The Arts Fund supports projects intended to enhance the visual environment of the community and projects that increase access to drama, dance or musical performances.
Projects that can demonstrate significant positive benefit to the Claremont community receive priority.
GrantWatch ID#: 155548
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Send completed applications or submit in person to:
Claremont Community Foundation
205 Yale Ave.
Claremont, CA 91711
USA: California: Claremont and/or surrounding communities in the Inland Valley area
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