Foundation / Corporation
Warren County Foundation
Grants to Warren County, Ohio nonprofits for activities that tangibly improve the lives of local residents. Funding is intended for both programs that address community issues, as well as to help nonprofits with organizational and financial management.
Subject to available funds, the Warren County Foundation is more likely to award discretionary grants to organizations that demonstrate that their proposed projects:
- Make a clear difference in the quality of life of a substantial number of Warren Countians
- Demonstrate tangible solutions to community problems
- Help nonprofit organizations manage themselves and their finances more effectively
- Focus on prevention
- Encourage cooperation and eliminate duplication of service
- Stimulate others to participate in problem-solving
- Promote volunteer involvement
- Promote leverage for generating additional funds
GrantWatch ID#: 158929
Grant amounts range from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit the application to:
Warren County Foundation
PO Box 495
Lebanon, Ohio 45036
If, having reviewed the guidelines, you have a question about whether a project may or may not qualify for funding, please call the Warren County Foundation at (513) 934-1001 or email email@example.com.
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