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Beginning in 2020, Community Grant projects must address one of the four areas of community aspiration described in the 2019 Community Conversations report. These areas of aspiration are emphasized to support a community that is: safe and drug-free; thriving and growing; welcoming and open-minded; and with forward-thinking leadership.
The Community Foundation holds a variety of funds that make grant distributions to a range of charitable agencies and programs. Grants are usually made from investment income earned on permanently endowed funds. Grants are also made from unrestricted funds through an application process; funds where donors have directed a specific charitable field or purpose; and funds where donors are allowed to submit recommendations for distributions.
Grant applications are available year-round. However, quarterly deadlines will be observed to assist applicants in planning.
2021 application deadlines: March 1, July 1, November 1.
General Grant Guidelines - these guidelines have been recently updated and include important information for ALL applicants.
Other specific guidelines may also apply, depending on type of grant. (see below)
CFPC grants shall serve Pulaski County and its communities.