CFMC’s 2023 Impact Grants Application Are Now Open

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:

Impact grants’ strongest applications include the following:

  1. Fully explains innovative projects and initiatives that bring transformative solutions to our community’s most pressing needs.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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:

Feel free to contact Brittani Bentley, President, CFMC, via email @ with any questions.

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