Letters of intent for the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation’s next competitive grant cycle are due July 7.
Grant proposals are reviewed four times a year by the Community Foundation board of trustees. All potential grant applicants are required to submit a letter of intent no less than 60 days prior to the grant application deadline. The next competitive grant application deadline will be Sept. 5.
The programs considered for support must be located in greater Hancock County or provide a service that will directly benefit the residents of Hancock County.
Creative programs designed to meet community needs, to address public policy priorities, or to test new ideas will be considered. Successful applications typically address problems to be solved or opportunities to be seized in the Hancock County area.
The foundation invites proposals that suggest practical approaches to community problems; promote cooperation among agencies without duplicating services; generate community support, both professional and volunteer; demonstrate the organization’s ability to secure realistic funding; strengthen an agency’s effectiveness or stability; and address prevention as well as remediation.
For more information, call Julie Brown or Kimberly Bash at 419-425-1100.
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