Granting

Granting

  • 2014 Competitive Grant Award Winner, Winston Churchill Museum, Fulton, MO
  • 2014 Competitive Grant Award Winner, Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture, Columbia, MO
  • 2014 Competitive Grant Award Winner, Daniel Boone Regional Library, Columbia, MO
  • 2014 Competitive Grant Award Winner, Missouri Contemporary Ballet, Columbia, MO
  • 2014 Competitive Grant Award Winner, Ragtag Film Society

The Community Foundation of Central Missouri is pleased to offer grants from its Community Granting Fund. The 2017 grant cycle will be open to non-profits in our multi-county service area June 29. Applications will be received until August 31, 2018, at 11:59:59 PM.

A 2018 granting process document and application link for our annual Community Support Grants will be found here by mid- June.

New for 2018 is our single Impact Grant opportunity. Impact Grants allow the Community Foundation of Central Missouri to have a greater effect in the mid-Missouri area with a more significant allocation, specifically, one $5,000 award. More details will be found here by mid-June.

 

2017 grants were given to the following non-profits (in no particular order):

The Bluffs: $750 (partial funding)
three community gardens

Central Missouri Community Action: $1,000 (partial funding)
purchase of carbon monoxide detectors for low income residents in multi-county area

Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture: $1,250 (partial funding)
seed/plant/gardening program in collaboration with the Central Missouri Food Bank

Columbia Entertainment Company: $500 (partial funding)
upgrade of sinks in public restrooms at theater

Daniel Boone Regional Library: $1,000 (partial funding)
music literacy programming for preschoolers

First Chance for Children: $1,000 (partial funding)
purchase of new developmentally appropriate toys and supplies for lending library

Rainbow House/Child Abuse & Neglect Emergency Center: $1,000 (partial funding)
support of emergency medical care costs fund for residents

Show Me Central Habitat for Humanity: $500 (fully funded)
OSHA safety construction management training for two building crew leaders

True North of Columbia: $1,000 (partial funding)
establishment “skills development center” (computers, screens, projectors, etc.)

  

Start Making a Difference Today

Leave Your Legacy.

DONATE TO A FUND

Start Your Fund Today!

Leave Your Legacy.

DONATE TO A FUND