Congratulations to the 2019 Community Good Grant Cycle Recipients!
The Community Good Grant funding was just over $40,000 with funding going to 13 different programs and projects Branch County and Colon. Below are the recipients: Village of Colon - Ordinance Village of Colon- Summer Park Series The Children's Museum of Branch County Branch County Great Start Collaborative - True Colors Branch County Great Start Collaborative - Behavior Breakdown Branch County Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence- Teenshare Branch County Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence - Emergency Homeless Funds Village of Quincy- Market 1858 Branch County Habitat for Humanity Lakeland Leaders are Readers Michigan HRDI Pines Behavioral Health Jacob's Well Jennings Elementary Quincy Middle School
To learn more about each program, visit our Facebook page!
In general, grants are made to projects that will benefit Branch County and/or Colon, Michigan. In making grants, the Community Foundation attempts to understand both the specific objectives of each grant request and the long-term benefits that the community will receive from the initiative. All eligible grant applications are carefully considered by review committees whose membership includes a broad representation of the community.
Successful applications will be for projects which
Promote development or strengthening of community assets,
Will have a positive long-term impact on program participants and/or the community,
Lead to prevention of recurring need,
Promote cooperation among area organizations with related or supportive missions, and
Will be financially sustainable without continuing grant funding.
An expression of interest or the provision of an application should not be considered a guarantee of funding. All grant requests go through a complete review process before any funding decision is made.
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