2023 CFMC Grant Cycle 

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The Board of Directors of the Community Foundation of Marshall County are excited to announce

that the Guidelines for the 2023 Grant Cycle are now available. 

There will be $95,000 in grant awards this year!


The Board identified this year’s area of impact as Community Literacy.  


 

This grant opportunity is closed.

 


Important Dates:

Monday, November 28, 2022:  Letter of Intent due by noon

 

Wednesday, December 21, 2022:  Applicants notified if they are invited to complete application

 

Friday, January 27, 2023:  Grant applicants due by noon

 

March 28, 2023:  Grant Award Ceremony

 


Questions:  contact Julie Hitchins, Executive Director at director@cfmarshallco.org or 641-758-3028.


Over the years we have awarded 594 grants totaling over $1,556,794 to 140 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 Grants 2006-2022

 

 

 

 

Student Philanthropy Grant Cycle 

****All Student Philanthropy Grant Applications are due Friday, January 27th at noon****

 

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

2023 STEP Grant Focus Areas: youth involvement in activities, mental health, domestic violence services, financial literacy, community aesthetics.

2023 STEP Grant Funding Available: $10,000 – $5,000 provided by the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation & $5,000 provided by the CFMC County Endowment Fund

This grant application cycle is closed – look for their grant awards annoucement in late march!

 

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

2023 SEAL Grant Focus Areas:  promotion of an organization’s services to underserved populations or programs that provide the following:  childcare services, health services (mental, substance abuse, medical, dental, etc.) or that address food insecurity

2023 SEAL Grant Funding Available: $5,000 provided by the CFMC County Endowment Fund

This grant application cycle is closed – look for their grant awards annoucement in late march!

 

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

2023 LUCC Grant Focus Areas:   food insecurity, mental health, environmental conservation, recreation and youth

2023 LUCC Grant Funding Available: $5,000 provided by the CFMC County Endowment Fund

This grant application cycle is closed – look for their grant awards annoucement in late march!


Questions:  contact Julie Hitchins, Executive Director at director@cfmarshallco.org or 641-758-3028.