A vital part of the Howard County Community Foundation’s mission is making charitable grants to non-profit agencies. The Foundation does not do programming. It supports agencies that do programming for public good.
Currently, the Howard County Community Foundation is accepting grant requests. The deadline to submit a grant request is midnight (CST) January 31, 2015.
Step 1: Carefully read the Grant Application Guidelines.
Step 2: Complete an application through the Online Grant Site.
If you have questions about this grant, how to use the online grant site, or other grant writing questions, please review our Grantseeker’s Resources.
Attention previous grant recipients. If your organization has received past funding from the Howard County Community Foundation, all grant reporting must be up to date and in good standing or your current application will be considered ineligible for this grant cycle.
Attention previous grant recipients: In order to submit your grant report you will need to do so through the Online Grant Site. If you have any questions about what makes a good grant report, please refer to the Grantseeker’s Resources, Grant Report page.
Supporting the creative arts- theater, music, painting, sculpture, dance, strengthening the programs of local museums and libraries.
Including the administration of justice, development of employment and training, encouragement of citizen participation in community affairs, and enhancement of local community resources.
Improving the quality of education through support of both public and private institutions of learning.
Supporting conservation of natural resources, preventing and eliminating pollution, preserving water quality, protecting wildlife, and educating the public about environmental priorities.
Helping alleviate human suffering through support of institutions dedicated to healing and wholeness of life through improvement of health care, prevention of substance abuse, research into the causes and prevention of disease.
Assisting groups engaged in restoring structures and artifacts of historical importance to the area.
Assisting with programming efforts that addresses issues important to youth, women, minorities, the elderly, the handicapped, and families in need.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
It is suggested that applicants contact Tom Wickerham, CFNEIA Program Director, to explore the appropriateness of requests and for any further guidance about current funding priorities.