Foundation / Corporation
Truman Heartland Community Foundation (THCF)
Grants averaging $5,000 to Missouri nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and public education institutions for programming to benefit residents in eligible regions. Funding areas of interest include wildlife conservation, health and human services, community betterment, adult or non-traditional education, arts, culture, and historic preservation. Eligible organizations serve the communities of Eastern Jackson County, suburban Jackson County, and Cass County, with the exception of Wildlife Conservation requests, which will be accepted from across the State.
THCF is committed to supporting the nonprofit community, and it recognizes the financial and operational strain that the COVID-19 pandemic has placed on nonprofits. Therefore, the Foundation will continue to accept applications for general operating support through the competitive grantmaking programs.
Funding for community betterment activities includes, but is not limited to improving neighborhoods, youth development and leadership, programs for seniors, transportation, violence prevention, racial equity, and more.
Eligible funding requests include:
GrantWatch ID#: 180071
The average Community Grants award is $5,000.
Programs are eligible for Community Grants funding for up to three consecutive years. After three years of funding have been awarded for the same program, that program becomes ineligible for one year. Applicants are still eligible to submit proposals for different programs. Exceptions to this rule will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Click here to apply: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=trumancf
For questions, contact Rachael Watkins
Truman Heartland Community Foundation
4200 Little Blue Parkway, Ste. 340
Independence, MO 64057
USA: Missouri: Eastern Jackson County, suburban Jackson County, and Cass County; Wildlife grants will be accepted statewide.
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