The Marshall Community Foundation (MCF) fall grant cycle is open until September 30th, 2022. They are accepting applications from Marshall non-profits to support the great work they do in their community.
As a reminder the application process has now changed, and the entire application must be completed/submitted here: https://swifoundation.tfaforms.net/446901?FundID=a0y36000001tY7kAAE
Supporting documents for the organization or grant application can be uploaded via the “Supporting Information” section, by clicking “Choose File” to upload all supporting documents.
The deadline for completion is end of day Friday, September 30. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions with the application.
Grant requests may be submitted for up to $5,000 and must align with the foundation’s priorities of:
• Community Improvement
• Youth Development
They prefer to fund new/enhanced programs and partnerships or one-time projects. Please be as detailed as you can in the project description.
The Marshall Community Foundation is one of over 20 community foundations established via partnership with the Southwest Initiative Foundation. A local advisory board identifies needs in the community, grants dollars to local non-profits, and raises funds to grow the endowment. Earnings from the foundation’s endowment are used to fund grants offered twice per year. MCF has granted over $170,000 since its founding.
All recipients of a MCF grant are required to complete a report for accountability purposes. This will be mailed out after the grants are awarded.