CFMC aims to enhance the quality of life for current and future Morgan County residents.Through competitive impact grants, we strive to partner with strong community organizations and help leverage resources to create lasting impact.The foundation aims to support creative approaches to community needs by providing grants which will benefit a wide range of people.
Capacity Grant Funding: These grants are less than $2,000.
Apply at: https://smr.to/p79374
Approximately $9,000 has been set aside for capacity grants this year.
• Capacity Grants help organizations become more efficient and effective.These grants help you do the work you are already doing. This includes materials, equipment, technology, transportation expenses, training costs, and expenditures that provide for growing needs. Note that this is not just general operating support; these are specific one-time grants. Applications are due by May 1st, 2022 by noon or when $9,000 funding has depleted, depending on what comes first). If awarded, grantees can expect checks to be mailed by the 15th day of the following month. Applicants who do not receive funding will also be notified within 30 days.
What We Fund
• Non-profit organizations impacting Morgan County: These grants help you do the work you are already doing. This includes materials, equipment, technology, transportation expenses, training costs, and expenditures that provide for growing needs. Note that this is not just general operating support; these are specific one-time grants.
What We Do Not Fund
• Individuals: Individuals wishing to apply must do so with the cooperation of a non-profit organization, and the organization must submit the application.
• Organizations with outstanding grant reports due to CFMC. Programs with open grants may still apply, but, if approved, no further funds will be issued towards that program until all prior grants are properly closed.
• Projects that do not serve Morgan County citizens.
• Projects normally fully funded by government.
• Projects to build or fund an endowment.
• Religious activities or programs that serve or appear to serve predominantly one denomination and not the community at large.
• Political organizations or campaigns.
• National and state fundraising efforts which do not directly benefit local agencies or chapters.
• Projects that could be considered discriminatory.
• Projects operated by for-profit companies.
Questions about eligibility, grant requirements, or the online portal should be directed to Brittani Bentley, President, at email@example.com. She can also be reached by phone at (765) 813-0003.