Community Foundation Announces Spring Community Grants Cycle
The Community Foundation of White County is pleased to announce its Spring 2021
Community Grants cycle.
A total of $25,000 is available in this cycle. Grant applications are due into the
Foundation office by March 12 and will be announced in early April.
“Last year, your Community Foundation awarded over $65,000 in community grants
cycles. We look forward to awarding another series of grants to support inspiring projects being led by dedicated people across White County.
“All of these grants were made possible by everyday donors, people just like you and me,
who want to see good things happen in our community.
“Over the years, community grants have funded projects to support the arts, healthcare,
historic preservation, and educational initiatives, to name just a few of the many areas in which our generous donors have been able to impact their community,” commented Foundation Director Leslie Goss.
Charitable 501(c)3 organizations that serve White County are eligible to apply.
“The Community Foundation is dedicated to strengthening and transforming White
County through philanthropy. What a privilege it is to put our donors’ gifts to use in our own
community! Every gift to the Foundation’s Community Grants Fund, of whatever size, helps
support these grant initiatives our community – enriching programs that touch peoples’ lives.”
Grant application packets are available at the Community Foundation office, 1001
Airport Rd. in Monticello, on our website, or by calling 574-583-6911.