Community Foundation Opens Spring Grant Cycle

WINCHESTER, INDIANA – The Community Foundation of Randolph County is now accepting grant applications for its Spring Grant Cycle. The application is available online at

Completed applications must be submitted online unless other arrangements are made in advance with the Foundation, and completed applications are due no later than 4:00pm on Friday, March 29, 2024.

In order to be considered for funding, applicant organizations should have a 501(c)(3) nonprofit designation approved by the Internal Revenue Service. Proposed projects should address a community need and serve a significant number of Randolph County citizens without regard to race, gender, religion, creed, or ethnicity. The Foundation does not fund endowment campaigns, religious or sectarian projects, individuals, operating or capital debt reduction, or projects for political purposes.

“The Community Foundation of Randolph County awarded nearly $170,000 in grants during 2023. We were able to support 33 nonprofit organizations in their efforts to strengthen the quality of life in Randolph County,” according to Ashley Stephen, Community Grants and Operations Manager. “With the support of our generous donors, we hope to continue supporting an ever-broader array of nonprofits to the benefit of all Randolph County residents.”

For more information on the grant application process or to discuss whether your organization’s project fits the parameters of the Foundation’s funding guidelines, contact Ashley at (765) 584-9077 or