Giving in Fayette County
Charitable, community-minded people who want to do good in their community to support the causes they care about can do so with the Fayette County Community Foundation. Through the funds held with the Fayette County Community Foundation, the Community Foundation meets our county's needs by increasing connections between people and the organizations that serve them; providing grants in our core program areas of arts and culture, community betterment, education and youth development, environment and animal welfare, health, and human service.
Individuals interested in serving as a volunteer committee member can complete the online interest form here.
Fayette County Grants
Grants are available to 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and government entities. Tax-exempt organizations classified as other than 501(c)(3) are also eligible, if and only if, the project is deemed charitable; please contact our office to discuss the project’s eligibility prior to submitting a proposal. Grants selections are made in an effort to create a better quality of life for people in Fayette County. A local governing committee reviews the applications from charitable organizations serving their community.
|Application Due:||December 31|
How to Apply
- Review our Grant Guidelines to see if you qualify for this grant. Click here to view the recording of the Grant Applicant Workshop which outlines changes to the 2021 grant guidelines and application. Click here to access the presentation slides.
- Log in to our online grant management system (or register if you don't already have an account). All open CFNEIA grants are listed in this system.
- Find the grant you wish to apply for in the list to start your application. You can save your progress at any point and complete the application at a later date.
If you have questions about the online grant application, how to use the online grant site, or other grant writing questions, please visit our Grantseeker's Resources.
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