Foundation / Corporation
Community Foundation for the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA)
08/16/19 3:00 PM
Grants of up to $15,000 to Georgia and South Carolina nonprofit organizations and public entities in the Greater Augusta area for programs that address community needs. Program areas include arts and culture, youth enrichment and education, health and the environment, and people in need.
Currently, funding is given to applications in the following program areas:
Arts, Culture, and History:
Recognizing the positive impact arts, cultural and historical organizations have on a community, consideration is given to innovative and high-quality applications in this area.
Education and Youth Enrichment:
Applications are welcomed from organizations that provide enrichment and educational opportunities to disadvantaged children, youth, and adults. Examples include: job skill training and placement, after-school or summer programs, leadership, tutoring, GED, and literacy programs.
Health and Environmental:
Some examples of programs in this funding area include environmental research or management, animal services, programs that support sustainable community and backyard gardens, medical clinics, drug rehabilitation programs, medical programs for persons with disabilities, and mental illness.
People in Need:
This category is generally, but not exclusively for human service programs that work with people in need. Examples include feeding, housing, financial assistance, programs serving the homelessness, and programs for recently incarcerated individuals.
GrantWatch ID#: 181288
There is no minimum amount for grant awards. The Foundation asks that requests not exceed $15,000.
Generally, a project receives funding for one year. If you receive funding for two consecutive years, the organization is not eligible for a grant in the third year. After taking a year off you can apply again.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://cfcsra.communityforce.com/Funds/FundDetails.aspx?7452706856463478532F47466F344A654943553234536B486F66654B762B2F3039323336455779397A6B73593271663463523561527670747461625233333946
Rebecca Wallace, Director of Gants and Community Engagement
USA: Georgia: Richmond, Columbia, McDuffie, and Burke Counties; South Carolina: Aiken and Edgefield Counties
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