Foundation / Corporation
Grand Rapids Community Foundation (GRCF) - Hudsonville-Jenison Community Foundation (HJCF)
09/10/21 5:00 PM
Grants to Michigan nonprofit organizations, churches, schools, agencies, and community groups for community programs in eligible locations. Funding is intended for cultural, charitable, or educational projects. Projects that are family-oriented, community-based, and that impact a broad number of residents will be given primary consideration. Applicants must benefit the greater Georgetown Township, Hudsonville, Jenison, or Jamestown Township areas.
The Foundation supports projects that:
GrantWatch ID#: 183018
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Kristen Woodward, Grant Committee Chair
For technical assistance with the online grant application, contact GRCF staff at email@example.com or 616.454.1751
USA: Michigan: The greater Georgetown Township, Hudsonville, Jenison and Jamestown Township area.
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