Live Local Give Local Emergency Fund Grants Program

Community Foundation of Middlesex County

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Deadline: Rolling

Grant amount: Unspecified amount

Fields of work: Mental Health & Psychiatric Diseases Senior Services Child Care Services Basic Human Needs Disaster Relief / Humanitarian Aid

Applicant type: Nonprofit, Government Entity

Funding uses: Project / Program

Location of project: Middlesex County, Connecticut

Location of residency: Middlesex County, Connecticut

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Overview:

NOTE: There is no submission deadline. This is a rolling process as long as funding is available.

Supporting Our Community Nonprofits through Emergency Grants – NOW

The Community Foundation of Middlesex County (CFMC) is grateful for the many individuals, groups, and businesses who have stepped forward and joined Guilford Savings Bank, Pratt & Whitney, and River View Cemetery Association to support our community and our Live Local Give Local Emergency Fund.

The Live Local Give Local Emergency Fund Grants Program will support nonprofit organizations, schools, or local town services in Middlesex County.

Given the unique nature of current events, grant applications that focus on established programs and services addressing immediate and basic needs will be the priority at this time.

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.

Eligibility:

  • Nonprofit organizations, schools, or local town services serving Middlesex County as a whole and/or any of its individual towns.
  • A need for funding resulting in new, increased, or changed programs or services to support affected people, organizations, or communities.
  • Organizations must comply with our Nondiscrimination Policy and our Grant Agreement certification.

Ineligibility:

  • Grants cannot be made to individuals;
    • aid to individuals will be done through nonprofit organizations with established processes to assist individuals in need.
  • At this time, we are not able to prioritize organizations who have lost revenue or are likely to lose future revenue due to canceled events or programs, or larger public institutions that are strained by increased demand for services.
  • Political campaigns or lobbying activities will not be supported.
  • Projects that exclusively serve religious purposes will not be supported, although religious organizations providing nonreligious community services will be considered.
  • Endowments will not be supported.

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This page was last reviewed August 12, 2020 and last updated August 12, 2020