TCFHR announces 2020 Community Needs Grant (United States)
The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County (TCFHR) has announced the 2020 Community Needs application cycle.
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An organization may apply each calendar year. Funding decisions are made by individual private donors, private foundations, and civic organizations. In November of each year, applications are considered for funding from the Community Endowment and the Valley Arts & Culture Fund.
The Community Foundation partners with the Daily News-Record to publish a booklet of the Community Needs projects. This booklet will feature a summary of your project and will include a project description, basic financial information from your organization’s 990, and other needs of your organization. This publication will be included in a November edition of the DN-R with a distribution of 15,000 readers.
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Grant funding from these endowments ranges from $600 to over $6,000.
Organizations must be tax-exempt public charities under IRS Section 501(c) 3 or other nonprofit status.
Organizations must be physically located in Harrisonburg or Rockingham County, and the project or program to be funded must serve the local area.
Religious organizations are welcome to apply if the project will significantly aid the broader community.
Schools are not eligible to apply.
For more information, visit https://www.tcfhr.org/community-needs-grant-application-available/