Give a Gift that Matches Your Love of Community
The Floyd County Community Foundation is excited to offer a matching gift opportunity to donations made to permanent endowment nonprofit funds held with the Foundation! All donors making a gift of $500 or greater qualify to receive a 50 percent match. This means a gift of $500 would receive an additional $250 through the match for a total gift of $750. This opportunity is being offered on a first-come, first-served basis with a total of $15,000 in matching funds. Gifts to permanent endowment funds are also Endow Iowa eligible and will have the added benefit of the 25% state tax credit.
Start your own fund by contacting Terry Gaumer, Affiliate Development Director, at 319-243-1354 or email@example.com. Make a greater impact with your gift for a stronger Floyd County!
Floyd 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 Floyd County. A local governing committee reviews the applications from charitable organizations serving their community.
|Application Due:||September 30|
How to Apply
- Review our Grant Guidelines to see if you qualify for this grant.
- 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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