The North Central Michigan Community Foundation (NCMCF) is accepting applications for the 2021 Community Impact grant cycle. Nonprofit organizations with an IRS 501(c)(3) designation that serve Crawford, Ogemaw and/or Oscoda County are welcome to apply. The Community Impact grant application deadline is June 30.
Community Impact grants are awarded for a broad range of charitable projects and programs in NCMCF’s three-county service area. Special funding is also available during this grant cycle for projects that specifically address health for youth and senior citizens for each county, as well as programs for health care initiatives that serve residents of Ogemaw or Oscoda Counties. This includes health and wellness programs, mental health care, senior programs, substance abuse assistance, and suicide prevention, among other areas. Applicants with health care-related programs should use the regular Community Impact grant application.
The Community Foundation’s grant application process is now entirely online and can be found at ncmcf.org. All applications must be submitted through this new online system. Community Foundation staff is available for questions and assistance. (Please note: previous, older versions of NCMCF grant applications will no longer be accepted.) Qualified applicants may request up to $2,500 for projects and programs in the three-county NCMCF service area.
For more information applicants may visit ncmcf.org or contact the NCMCF office at 877-354-6881.