Clemmons Community Foundation seeking Applications for Shore Community Grants – U.S.
The Clemmons Community Foundation is inviting and encouraging applications from tax-exempt, nonprofit organizations in Yadkin County for its Shore Community Grants that creates transformative, long-term, and tangible solutions for unmet community needs and interests.
1000 new grants and donors
The Shore Community Grants are designed to fund impactful projects and initiatives that enhance the lives and communities in Yadkin County. This grant opportunity is part of his charitable bequest.
Grants will be awarded up to $12,000.
Grant proposals may be for a 6, 9, or 12-month period.
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Organizations must be classified as one of the following:
IRS registered organizations with a letter determination as tax-exempt 501(c)(3) (excluding 509(a) private foundations); registered and licensed to solicit in the state of North Carolina, unless exempt; and providing programs and services in Yadkin County
Governmental or quasi-governmental agencies
An organization must have been in existence for at least three years (based on date of IRS determination letter) and have achieved a record of effective service and sustainability
One or more of the following broad categories may be addressed:
Arts and Culture (that contributes to a vibrant community)
Community Development and Engagement
Economic Security and Opportunities
Health and Wellness
Human Services and Basic Needs
Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Stewardship
Workforce Development and Entrepreneurial Cultivation
For organizations that work with the aging and senior citizen populations, one or more of the following concerns may be addressed:
Healthcare Access and Navigating Insurance Coverage
Housing (Accessibility and Modification)
Social Empowerment and Engagement
Transportation Access and Mobility
Wellness (Physical, Mental, Emotional)
Collaborative projects undertaken in partnership with multiple nonprofit organizations are also encouraged.
For more information, visit https://www.clemmonsfoundation.org/apply/yadkin-grants