WINCHESTER, INDIANA – The Women’s Fund of Randolph County, a component fund of the Community Foundation of Randolph County, is now accepting grant applications for its 2024 grant cycle. Nonprofit 501(c)(3) organizations, or non-501(c)(3) organizations with a charitable program or project, may apply for funding to empower women and children in creating better futures.
Programs should provide innovative and creative solutions to unresolved community needs. Nonprofits are encouraged to partner for existing program enhancement or new program development. Programs will be measured by their ability to provide participants with the services they need for a brighter future.
Program examples include, but are not limited to, family crisis prevention, women in crisis, education, and youth. Applicant organizations must have administrative offices located in Randolph County. Capital projects will not be considered for funding. Grants will not be made to individuals or to groups for distribution to individuals. Religious organizations may apply for general community programs, but not for sectarian religious purposes. Applying organizations must operate without illegal discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, or disability.
The online application can be found on the Women’s Fund Grant Cycle page of the Community Foundation of Randolph County’s website. For more information, contact Ashley Stephen via phone (765-584-9077 ext. 200) or email (email@example.com). The deadline for application submission is 4:00pm on Wednesday, February 14, 2024.
Community Foundation of Randolph County partners with donors to leverage their philanthropy in ways that transform lives. Since 1993, the Community Foundation has helped generous donors to meet community needs, provide scholarship opportunities to local students, and made grants to nonprofit organizations working to improve Randolph County. The Community Foundation strives to be a local entity known for inspiring good and impacting success by bringing people and resources together. To learn more, go to www.randolphcountyfoundation.org.