Grant Announcement: Now Accepting Letters of Intent for CFMC’s Impact Grant Cycle
CFMC’s Impact Grants are for our non-profits serving Morgan County. These grants fund proactive programs and services addressing K-12 mental health, K-12 workforce development, and improvements to quality of life within our county.
Letters of Intent are welcome now through Monday, April 3rd, 4 pm.
Apply here: https://smr.to/p87517
Impact grants’ strongest applications include the following:
- Fully explains innovative projects and initiatives that bring transformative solutions to our community’s most pressing needs.
- We encourage applicants to apply in partnership with other nonprofit providers in Morgan County. Partnered projects show collaboration to our community and provide capacity strength for the sustainability of a project.
- Data driven results (ex: specific data statistics) and anecdotal outcomes (ex: storytelling to prove a need and the result(s)). A combination of both if available is preferred.
- Ongoing projects requesting additional funding will need to explain any of the following: improved quality of the program, increased number served, or pilot an evidence-based program.
We encourage you to checkout Impact grants’ timeline, download our 2023 Impact Grant Guidelines, and read about previously funded Impact grants here: https://cfmconline.org/impact-grants/.
Feel free to contact Brittani Bentley, President, CFMC, via email @ email@example.com with any questions.