Foundation / Corporation
Jackson Community Foundation (JCF)
Grants of up to $300 to Michigan K-12 students in eligible areas for projects that benefit children and youth. Funding is intended to meet the needs of local youth, encourage volunteerism, and enhance the school environment through classroom and extracurricular projects. This grant program will also give local children and youth the opportunity to participate in the process of applying for and obtaining a grant. Eligible applicants must be students in Jackson County schools.
The intent of the mini-grants program is to introduce the concept of a community foundation and its work while supplying educational and funding opportunities. Grants are available for projects or programs that will benefit elementary and secondary age students in Jackson County schools in order to encourage youth volunteerism through these projects or programs, and to enhance the school/classroom environment through positive activities.
Proposals that are school or student oriented will be considered for funding. These include special classroom projects planned by students, or extracurricular activities such as student newspapers, special sports or music projects.
GrantWatch ID#: 166320
Grant Amount: Up to $300
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications should be mailed or delivered to:
The Jackson Community Foundation
Youth Advisory Committee
100 South Jackson St., Suite 206B
Jackson, MI 49201
For more information, contact Cindy Bellew, Youth Advisory Committee and Scholarship Coordinator at 517-787-1321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Foundation email: email@example.com
USA: Michigan: Jackson County
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