Foundation / Corporation
Licking County Foundation (LCF)
10/27/17 5:00 PM
Grants generally ranging from $5,000 to $25,000 to Licking County, Ohio nonprofits, faith-based organizations and schools for a wide variety of civic, economic, health, social, education, youth, arts, and other programs. August 21, 2017 is the deadline for a letter of intent.
More details of program areas are as follows:
- Arts and Culture: Programs and activities that reach out to underserved populations, and strengthen and support local arts organizations.
- Community & Economic Development: Programs and activities that enhance and improve the economic vitality of the community; and create a more diverse, inclusive and tolerant community.
- Education: Early education and care; language and reading readiness; keeping children in school; family literacy/adult education; and professional development for teachers.
- Environment: Community-focused parks and greenspaces; recreational trails; stewardship of natural resources.
- Health: Access to care; early screening and referral; mental/physical disabilities; teen pregnancy, prenatal care and education; fitness and nutrition.
- Human Services/Strengthening Families & Supporting Youth: Services for children and families living in poverty; services to elderly in need; prevention of child abuse and neglect; parenting resources; access to quality child care; prevention of substance abuse.
- Supportive Communities: Safe, livable communities; advocacy for the poor and underserved; shelter/housing; transportation; access to emergency assistance for basic needs; citizen involvement.
Increasing the capacity of nonprofits to respond effectively to community needs is essential. In general, the Foundation prefers funding:
-Programs or projects scheduled to take place in the same year in which the grant is awarded
-Start-up costs for new programs
-One-time projects or needs
-Capital needs beyond an applicant's capabilities and means
-Grant proposals that exhibit a diversification of funding sources
-Grant proposals that delineate plans for future funding
GrantWatch ID#: 159692
The Foundation generally grants amounts in the range of $5,000 to $25,000.
The Foundation does not award multi-year grants.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Amy Dell, Program Officer
(740) 349-3863, x108
Licking County Foundation
30 N. Second Street
P.O. Box 4212
Newark, OH 43058-4212
USA: Ohio: Licking County
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