Grant Opportunities

Making the community a better place should not be a difficult process. Download Guidelines for Grantseekers, a great place to start. If this is your first grant request or your hundredth grant request, we’re here to help! Below are the forms you’ll need, some resources to make it easier and documents to assist your organization in communication your success.

Contact Kimberly or Brian with questions during any step of the process.

Download/save these Microsoft Word or PDF forms to your computer. To download a form click on the link and then choose “Save”.

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HancockREADS

Due the first Friday in March.


Hancock Education Fund

Due the first Friday in March.


Handbags That Help


Stitt Early Literacy Mentoring

Due the first Friday in March.


New Applicant?

If your organization has never received a grant from The Community Foundation before, you must submit IRS Form W-9 with your grant application.


Communicating Your Grant

The hard work is complete, now let’s celebrate and share the good news! Doing so helps you publicize your organization and its good work, recognizes the Foundation and its donors, and promotes philanthropy in the greater Hancock County area.

Download The Community Foundation Logos

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Resources for Grant Writing