The Posey County Community Foundation is now accepting applications for charitable projects or activities in Posey County. The Women’s Fund held at the Posey County Community Foundation is providing funding for grants and invites charitable organizations to describe how their organization would use the award. Applications are being accepted through February 20.
The Foundation welcomes funding requests from non-profit organizations that are tax-exempt under sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code and from governmental agencies. Funding requests from other non-profit organizations to carry out charitable projects or activities may also be accepted.
The types of charitable activities that may be supported through this grant program include arts and culture, community development, education, health, human services, environment, recreation, and youth development projects and programs.
The grant application process is being conducted online via the Community Foundation’s website at CommunityFoundationAlliance.org/Posey.
Applications submitted by an entity under the auspices of another agency must include a written statement signed by the agency’s board president on behalf of the board of directors agreeing to act as the entity’s fiscal sponsor, to receive grant monies if awarded, and to oversee the proposed project.
The Women’s Fund Steering Committee will review funding requests and will contact grant applicants for an interview. Once interviews have concluded, the Steering Committee will make its recommendations on funding to the Community Foundation. No lobbying or soliciting of Steering Committee or Board members will be permitted.
More information and grant application training are available by contacting John Campbell, Regional Director of Community Engagement and Impact at 812.838.0288 or email@example.com
About the Posey County Community Foundation
The Posey Community Foundation is one of 9 regional county affiliates of the Community Foundation Alliance. The Alliance holds more than 1,200 named funds established by individuals, families, businesses, civic groups, and agencies to improve the quality of life in their local communities, with charitable assets nearing $100 million. During its last fiscal year, grants and scholarships awarded from all Alliance funds to benefit the programs, projects, and people in the 9 affiliate counties totaled nearly $3.43 million. The Alliance provides each affiliate with management, administrative, and development expertise and services, so every local Foundation can focus on promoting philanthropy, building endowment, and making a difference in their community.