The Community Foundation of Dunn County (CFDC) is now accepting grant applications from area non-profits, government organizations and community groups seeking support for 2022 programs or projects that benefit Dunn County.
Donor Name: Community Foundation of Dunn County
County: Dunn County (WI)
Type of Grant: Grant
Type of Entities: Non-profits, Government Organizations and Community Groups
Deadline (mm/dd/yyyy): 02/01/2022
Size of the Grant: $1,000 to $5,000
Community Impact Grants allow organizations in Dunn County to meet critical needs and opportunities, while setting measurable objectives to demonstrate impact.
These grants are provided by CFDC funds created by local families, philanthropists, corporations and private foundations for the betterment of Dunn County and to enrich the lives of those who live here.
The average grant amount is $2,500 with typical award amounts ranging from $500 to $5,000, totaling approximately $70,000 or more in grant awards annually.
The Foundation welcomes grant requests from nonprofit organizations and civic groups that serve Dunn County citizens. Eligible entities include:
- Independent nonprofit organizations
- Charitable organizations classified as 501(c)(3) under the Internal Revenue Code
- Local units of state or national organizations
- Groups of individuals or clubs organized to sponsor a charitable project
The Foundation will not normally make grants to private non-operating foundations. Grants may also be made to units of government, including Native American tribal governments, for public purposes. Organizations must serve residents of the Foundation’s service area. Preference will be given to applications which have the potential to impact a broad range of Dunn County area residents. Applications should detail measurable and achievable outcomes and demonstrate other sources of support, collaboration and/or cooperation. Applications should also address the sustainability of the proposed program or project for which funding is desired.
For more information, visit Community Foundation of Dunn County.