Foundation / Corporation
Southwest Florida Community Foundation
Grants of up to $50,000 to Southwest Florida nonprofit organizations and government agencies to benefit residents of Charlotte, Glades, Lee, Hendry, and Collier Counties. Grantmaking areas include climate change, economy, jobs, animals, environment, community design, health and safety, arts, community, culture, and equity and empowerment.
The Southwest Florida Community Foundation 2019-2020 Community Impact Grant season opens with a call for ideas, projects, and programs–both established and new—that are designed to increase the quality of life in sustainable and equitable ways for Southwest Floridians.
Based on the available Field of Interest funds, Community Impact Grants provide funding in the following areas:
Community Design: Achieve livability, choice, and access for all where people live, work, and play. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/community-design/
Economy and Jobs: Create equitably shared prosperity and access to quality jobs. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/economy-jobs/
Animals: Safeguard biodiversity and treat all species with respect. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/animals/
Environment: Protect and restore the natural resources upon which life depends. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/environment/
Climate Change: Reduce climate impacts through adaptation and mitigation efforts and increase resource efficiency. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/climate-change/
Health and Safety: Strengthen communities to be healthy, resilient and safe places for all residents and businesses. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/health-safety-animals/
Education: Empower vibrant, educated, connected, and diverse communities. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/education/
Arts, Community, and Culture: Provide a broad range of arts and cultural resources and activities that encourage community participation, creative self-expression, and community revitalization. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/arts-community-culture/
Equity and Empowerment: Ensure equity, inclusion, and access to opportunity for all residents. For more information, see: https://floridacommunity.com/what-we-do/equity-empowerment/
GrantWatch ID#: 160859
You may request up to, but not more than, $50,000 for your proposed project/program. The Field of Interest funds vary in amount and may be less than $50,000.
Please keep this in mind you will need to plan for implementation 6 months after grant application is submitted.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://swfla.iphiview.com/swfla/login/tabid/444/default.aspx
Trisha Botty, Grants Manager
2031 Jackson Street, Suite 100
Fort Myers, FL 33901
USA: Florida: Lee, Charlotte, Hendry, Glades, and Collier Counties
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