The First Federal Community Foundation is accepting applications for the Fall grant cycle 2022.
Donor Name: First Federal Community Foundation
County: Selected Counties
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: $100,000
The foundation is committed to improving the quality of life in these communities by investing in public activities or charitable services to be provided in those communities. They emphasize providing support to capital projects providing valuable community benefits, facilitating economic development or enhancing availability of affordable housing.
- Community Support: They support non-profit and human service organizations that improve the quality of life within the communities they serve. They give priority to programs and projects that build capacity to better serve the broader community, and that benefit people who are disadvantaged.
- Affordable Housing: They support programs and projects that build upon First Federal’s legacy of improving the availability of workforce housing and access to decent, safe, and affordable housing for low- and moderate-income, disadvantaged and/or marginalized persons or families in the communities they serve.
- Economic Development: They support initiatives that encourage and expand economic development opportunities in the communities they serve, with emphasis on coordinated public/private partnerships sponsored by local organizations dedicated to economic development.
- Community Development: They support capital projects that offer valuable benefits to broad segments of the communities they serve, with emphasis on coordinated public/private initiatives featuring multiple funding sources.
- Community Support grants range from $5,000 minimum to a maximum of $25,000.
- Affordable Housing, Economic Development and Community Development grants range from $25,000 minimum to $100,000 maximum.
Tax-exempt organizations under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3), including public charities as described in IRC 509(a)(1)-(4) and 170(b)-(c). Government units, school districts and tribes are also eligible to receive grants from the Foundation.
For more information, visit FFCF.