Organizations must be classified as one of the following:
For this year’s grant cycle, the foundation will award grants in two categories from its unrestricted and field of interest funds in response to local impacts on public education and nonprofit operations due to the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic:
Monday, August 31
Thursday, October 1, 5:00 p.m.
through October 30
week of November 2
Collaborative projects undertaken in partnership with multiple nonprofit organizations are also encouraged. Projects of a particular scope may benefit from each organization’s service. Collaborations often create more effective and sustainable programs or services than those that are initiated unaccompanied. All collaborations must support a specific effort, share responsibility, and work together to develop a jointly agreed-upon structure.
Applications must be completed by Thursday, October 1 no later than 5:00 p.m.apply today
All proposed projects and organizations must satisfy the basic requirements before reviewed against the criteria . Organizations and projects that do not meet the basic criteria will be disqualified and not considered for further review. Applications will be reviewed and scored by an independent, volunteer team of community representatives. Top finalists may be asked to submit additional, clarifying information for grant consideration, as well as questions raised in the review. The CCF Board of Directors will make the final grant award decisions.
Contact Mark Batten, program officer, by email or phone at 336.403.0433.Email Mark