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Community Foundation of Pulaski County Grants (Indiana)


The Community Foundation of Pulaski County grants available to serve the needs of the community.

Donor Name: Community Foundation of Pulaski County

State: Indiana

County: Pulaski County (IN)

Type of Grant: Grant

Deadline: 10/01/2023

Grant Duration: 12 months


Community Foundation of Pulaski County awards grants to charitable programs and projects benefiting Pulaski County.

Field of Interest

Funds support a specific area of “interest” as defined by the original donor. At the Community Foundation,  field of interest areas include:

  • adult education
  • ag-related programs and causes, including educational opportunities, youth programs, and local food programs
  • disabled adults
  • educationally disadvantaged children or adults
  • environmental and wellness
  • wildlife conservation and habitat management, conservation education, and education in outdoor recreation with primary focus on hunting, fishing, trapping and shooting sports activities

Preference will be given to proposals that:

  • Impact a substantial number of people in Pulaski County, Indiana
  • Suggest practical solutions to current problems or address a current community interest. Examples include, but are not limited to, issues noted in the “Conversations With  Community” report.
  • Encourage cooperation and elimination of duplicate services
  • Assist grant recipients to achieve certain objectives
  • Are from established non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organizations

Project Period

The grant award period lasts 12 months from date of the award.


  • Only charitable programs and projects that serve the Pulaski County community will be considered for funding.
  • Grants are generally made to nonprofit agencies/organizations that have federal tax-exempt status as a 501(c)(3) public charity. Grants may be made to non-charities including for-profit, 509(a)(4) public safety organizations and other 501(c) organizations. Grants to non-charities have additional expenditure responsibility requirements.

The Foundation generally does not make grants for the following:

  • Annual appeals or membership contributions
  • Debt reduction, existing obligations or building campaigns
  • To or for individuals
  • Travel expenses
  • Political purposes
  • Loans

For more information, visit CFOPC.

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