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Pictured: Sam McFadden of the Community Foundation presents the Good Deeds Grant check to Katey Till, Founder and Executive Director of Babe of Wabash County
The Community Foundation staff and program committee review all grant applications. Wabash County citizens, including Foundation board members, make up the program committee. The Foundation will notify all applicants in writing regarding grant decisions. The Foundation makes grants with the understanding it has no obligation or commitment to provide additional support to grant recipients.
All grants awarded are for a one-year period. Approved grants must be used within the grant period or funds will be forfeited.
The Community Foundation welcomes grant proposals from organizations serving Wabash County defined as tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service code or non-501(c)(3) organizations with charitable causes.
Organizations applying for the first time or organizations that have a new grant-writer must make an appointment for orientation with Julie Garber at the Foundation before submitting an application. Experienced grant-writers may submit without an appointment.
Click the Apply Now button to be directed to our online Grant Portal.
The Community Foundation of Wabash County operates without discrimination as to age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, or disability in its overall administration and in the consideration of the grant request.
If your organization is doing charitable work, but it is not designated as a 501(c)(3), a fiscal sponsorship with the Community Foundation may be an option as a way to apply for grants, raise funds, and provide your donors with a charitable deduction for their gifts. To view the fiscal sponsorship application, click here.
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