Foundation / Corporation
Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley (CFMV) - Hospice Trust of Trumbull County
10/01/18 End of day
Grants to Trumbull County, Ohio nonprofit organizations and agencies for programs that promote hospice care, hospice services, and hospice education. Funding is intended to support both programming and management excellence within organizations and to encourage residents in their efforts to improve the community.
Preference is given to:
- Programs that demonstrate measurable outcomes.
- Programs that expand meaningful civic engagement and build social capital.
- Programs that build on existing assets
- Programs that address prevention as well as remediation.
- Programs that acknowledge and respect diversity and help bridge differences among individuals, organizations, and communities.
- Organizations that facilitate collaboration among relevant groups.
- Organizations that use or expand upon demonstrated and documented best practices.
GrantWatch ID#: 179327
Organizations eligible to receive grants from the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley are those determined by the IRS to be public charities. This encompasses most charitable, scientific, social service, educational and religious organizations described in §501(c)(3) of the tax code, as well as government entities.
Organizations that are not public charities may apply through a fiscal sponsor.
The activities contemplated by the requesting organization must directly benefit residents of Trumbull County.
The competitive grant program does not support:
- Requests from individuals
- Activities intended to influence specific legislation or election campaigns
The competitive grant program does not usually support requests for:
- Academic or medical research
- Multi-year funding
- Private education and religious organizations except for non-sectarian programs that serve broad community needs
- Retroactive funding for projects that have been completed or will be completed prior to the grant award date
- Fundraising events, the purchase of tickets for benefits, courtesy advertising, etc.
- Short-term programs without evidence of lasting impact
- Replacement of governmental or other public funding requests for multi-year funding
- Sponsoring or attending conferences when that is the central purpose of the request.
- Unnecessary duplication of existing services.
- Annual appeals or membership drives.
- Endowment building or debt reduction.
- Travel for individuals or groups when it is the primary focus of the proposal.
- Capital requests or capital campaigns.*
*Capital projects must help meet a compelling community need, advance Foundation priorities, and offer broad social benefits. Given the finite resources of the Community Foundation, when it does participate in a capital project, support is contingent on funding from other sources. Payment will not be authorized until the organization has raised a significant percentage of its total dollar goal.
Deadline: October 1, 2018
Interested applicants may submit a general application and supporting documents as part of the Community Foundation’s regular grant cycle. All grants must be submitted through CFMV’s online system. Please direct your application to the Hospice Trust on the Fund Selection drop down menu.
Applications are accepted until end of day on designated deadline dates. Applications received after the deadline will be held until the following grant deadline. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed or considered.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://www.grantrequest.com/SID_1646?SA=SNA&FID=35001
Casey Krell, Director of Supporting Organizations and Donor Services
The Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley
201 East Commerce Street, Suite 150
Youngstown, OH 44503 USA
USA: Ohio: Trumbull County