CFMC: Nonprofit Relief Fund

Community Foundation of Mendocino County Inc.

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Deadline: Mar 15, 2021

Grant amount: US $500 - US $5,000

Fields of work: Art Education Art & Culture Humanities & Social Science Public / Community Art Education Library Services Civic Leadership Development Economic Services & Development Volunteerism & Philanthropy Workforce Preparation & Job Readiness Entrepreneurship Addiction & Substance Abuse Drug Abuse Alcoholism Poverty Alleviation & Services Parks & Public Spaces Trail Creation & Maintenance Horticulture & Gardening Youth Services Senior Services First Responders Emergency Medical Care & Services Community/Public Safety Land/Habitat Conservation Environmental Education Community Culture & Heritage Community Development & Revitalization Community Services Show all

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program

Location of project: Mendocino County, California

Location of residency: Preferred: Mendocino County, California Other eligible locations: United States

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Non-Profit Relief Grant

In response to the hardships facing Mendocino County as a result of the economic and social consequences of this emergency, the Community Foundation is offering the Non-Profit Relief Grant program to mitigate some of the unique difficulties faced by the non-profit sector in Mendocino County.

Grants will be made to a broad range of non-profit organizations whose mission fits into one of the following categories:

  • Sense of place: including but not limited to community centers, community-enhancing projects, and the preservation of community heritage and history.
  • Environment: including but not limited to land conservation, open space, and environmental education.
  • Healthy Communities: including but not limited to health and safety, volunteer emergency services, senior programs and services, youth activities, garden projects, parks and trails, poverty programs, and alcohol and other drug prevention/intervention.
  • Economic and Leadership Development: including but not limited to programs that encourage entrepreneurship, workforce readiness, and volunteerism.
  • Education: including but not limited to libraries and education programs in schools and community settings.
  • Arts and Humanities: including but not limited to art in public places, programs that encourage art in community institutions (community centers and schools), and “art for art’s sake.”

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This page was last reviewed December 14, 2020 and last updated December 14, 2020