The Crawford County Community Foundation's grants and program Mission
is to participate in funding community charitable projects and to
assist nonprofit organizations with community charitable objectives.
The Goal of the Crawford County Community Foundation grant
program is to improve the quality of life in the County by supporting
needs that are not being met in the areas of civic, cultural, health,
education and social service. The CCCF's Objective is to fund
projects that will have a permanent impact for our County that people
can take advantage of for many years.
NOTE: Applicants must download and read the Fact Sheet and FAQ pages before accessing the application form! Incomplete or inaccurate applications will not be considered.
Libraries, Fire Departments, County Extension, County Conservation,
Fair Boards, etc. are among those that require a Fiscal Sponsor. In these cases, the City or the County Board of Supervisors may be used as a fiscal sponsor.
Approximately $108,000 will be available from the Crawford County Community Foundation in 2016. The Crawford County Community Foundation grant dollars are awarded for a single year.
Additional contact, correspondence, or site visits with Foundation staff and committee members, when necessary, will be conducted following preliminary review of proposals.
PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND CAREFULLY READ THE FAQ/INSTRUCTION SHEET!
Crawford County Community Foundation Grant Program Fact Sheet.doc
Click on the following link to go to the online application form:
NOTE: Crawford County does not have a Fall Grant Program. Check back in mid-December for information regarding the 2017 Spring Grant Program.
Grant evaluation reports must be completed and returned by the following
deadlines. For spring grant awards, the report is due
December 31st of the same year. For fall grant
awards, the report is due May 31st of the following year.
To complete the grant evaluation, follow the link below to open the form
and download/save it to your computer. It is a fillable
PDF form and space is limited; therefore only brief, concise responses
can be made.
Grant Evaluation Form