2022 CFMC Grant Cycle 

                                                                                                         

Advancing Marshall County as a place to thrive!

 

The CFMC Board of Directors is pleased to announce they will be awarding $88,500 in grants.

The Letter of Intent application is now closed.  Please watch for our March 2022 Grant Awards!

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Julie Hitchins, Executive Director at 641.758.3028 or director@cfmarshallco.org

 

Final Report Information:

If your organization received grant funds from CFMC or a student philanthropy group, you must submit a final report in order to remain in good standing for future grants.  The Final Report consists of completion of two documents (links below) and any requested supporting documents.  If your project is completed, final reports are due by December 31, 2021.  If your project will not be completed by December 31, 2021, please contact Julie Hitchins, CFMC, 641-758-3028.

Final Report Narrative:  2021 Grant Final Report

Final Report Financial Information:  2021 Grant Expenditures Report

 

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2021 CFMC Grant Awards

Central Iowa Sea Cadets                                        Trees Forever

Fraternal Order of the Police                                 Friends of Riverside Cemetery

Heart of Iowa Big Brothers Big Sisters                 Marshalltown Auditorium Foundation

Marshalltown Federation of Women’s Clubs      Marshalltown Softball Association

State Center Fire & EMS                                           YSS of Marshall County

Click here to see the 27 grants awarded to 19 organizations 2021 Grant Awards

Click here to watch the 2021 Grant Awards Ceremony http://www.kdao.com/grants


Over the years we have awarded 568 grants totaling over $1,444,815 to 137 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!  Any questions should be directed to Julie Hitchins, Executive Director, CFMC at director@cfmarshallco.org or 641.758.3028.

 

 

Click this link to see a listing of grant awards!   CFMC Grant History 2006 to 2021

 

 

 

 

Student Philanthropy Grant Applications available!

Applicants are encouraged to review each grant application and the various priority areas the students have chosen.  You are encouraged to apply to the student philanthropy grant program that best aligns with your project.  Please contact Julie Hitchins at director@cfmarshallco.org or 641-758-3028 with questions.

 2022 L.U.C.C. (Leadership Uplifting our Community with Charity) Grant Application

Priority Areas:  recreation, mental health and environmental conservation.

Funds available:  $5,000 (funding provided by CFMC)

Grant Application Materials (2 files):  SP LUCC 2022 Grant App FINAL (word document) and LUCC 2022 Project Budget FINAL (excel document)

 

 2022 S.E.A.L. (Students Empowering And Leading) Grant Application

Priority Areas:  programs that address basic needs, particularly those focused on ensuring a safe physical environment and safe relationships.

Funds available:  $5,000 (funding provided by CFMC)

Grant Application Materials (2 files): SP SEAL 2022 Grant App Final (word document) and SEAL 2022 Project Budget FINAL   (excel document)

 

 2022 S.T.E.P. (Students Teaching and Empowering Philanthropy) Grant Application

Priority Areas:  youth involvement in activities, poverty, financial literacy, community aesthetics or beautification.

Funds available:  $10,000 (funding provided by the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation and CFMC)

Grant Application Materials (2 files): SP 2022 STEP Grant App Final (word document) and STEP 2022 Project Budget FINAL  (excel document)

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2021 Student Philanthropy Grant Awards

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

  • Trees Forever
  • The Bridge Home
  • Marshalltown Youth Foundation
  • Heart of Iowa Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • YSS of Marshall Count

S.E.A.L. (Students Empowering And Leading) – East Marshall High School

  • Child Abuse Prevention Services
  • Common Bond Communities – The Tallcorn
  • Friends of Marshall County Conservation
  • Pioneer Heritage Library
  • Marshall County Extension and Outreach

L.U.C.C. (Leading Uplifting our Community with Charity) – West Marshall High School

  • Central Iowa Sea Cadets
  • Child Abuse Prevention Services
  • Friends of Marshall County Conservation
  • Gutekunst Public Library
  • Heart of Iowa Big Brothers Big Sisters
  • YSS of Marshall County