The Community Foundation of The Community Foundation of Marshall County awards grants to projects and programs that will have a lasting impact on how the citizen of Marshall County live, learn, work and play.

Over the years we have awarded grants totaling over $1,250,000 to 115 different organizations that serve the citizens of Marshall County.  Those grants have allowed children enjoy playgrounds and little league facilities, provided funding for the Rose Festival and Marshalltown Arts Festival, allowed adults to learn English as a second language, provided fire equipment, a gator to water flower baskets and security cameras to cities and so much more!

 2020 CFMC Grant Information

  • The 2020 Community Foundation of Marshall County (CFMC) Grant will provide up to $7,500 in funding to an organization’s project that will have a lasting impact on how the citizens of Marshall County live, work, learn or play.
  • The 2020 CFMC grant application is now closed.
  •  If you submitted an 2020 CFMC Grant Application you will receive a confirmation email acknowleding receipt.  If you do not receive an email acknowledging receipt, you must follow up by calling the office at 641-758-3028 by January 22nd at 4:00 p.m.
  • Any questions should be directed to Julie Hitchins, Executive Director, CFMC at director@cfmarshallco.org or 641.758.3028.

 

 

Community Foundation of Marshall County Announces

Major Impact Award

The Community Foundation of Marshall County is pleased to announce the Central Iowa Fair Association will be receiving a $20,000 Major Impact Grant for the renovation of their Activity Building. The County Endowment Fund Program provided funding for this grant.

 

Past CFMC Grant Awards

The link below provides the history of CFMC Grants from 2006-2019

CFMC Grant Award History

 

2020 Student Philanthropy Grant Opportunities

The year-long student philanthropy programs empowers and challenges high school students to address, identify and seek solutions to community needs.  The 2020 programs will culminate with students awarding a total of $20,000 in grants to non-profit agencies in Marshall County.

Marshalltown High School:  Students Teaching and Empowering Philanthropy (S.T.E.P.)

 

Sponsors:  Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation and Community Foundation of Marshall County

2020 Grants:  $10,000

This grant application cycle has closed for 2020.

 

East Marshall High School:  Students Empowering and Leading (S.E.A.L.)

Sponsor:  Community Foundation of Marshall County

2020 Grants:  $5,000

This grant application cycle has closed for 2020.

 

 

West Marshall High School:  Leaders Uplifting our Community with Charity (L.U.C.C.)

 

Sponsor:  Community Foundation of Marshall County

2020 Grants:  $5,000

This grant application cycle has closed for 2020.