Hancock County Community Foundation announces its 2012 Grant Opportunities:
- Programming Mini-Grants
- Field of Interest Grants for programs addressing community needs in the following areas:
- Addictions and/or Substance Abuse Education and Treatment
- Arts and Culture
- Education & Strengthening Families (Hanson Family)
- Animal Welfare (William Harold and Mary Katherine Kingery)
- Lifelong Learning
- Preventing Child Abuse
Neither Grant opportunities require a letter of intent. Please visit the HCCF website at www.hccf.cc under the Grants and Nonprofit Resources tab, “How to Apply” section, for more information about criteria, deadlines or to obtain an electronic copy of the Grant Application.
If you have questions about the above grant opportunities or if you are new to HCCF grants and would like to schedule a meeting to discuss how to apply, please contact Alyse Vail, Program Officer, at 317-462-8870 ext. 226 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HCCF celebrates 20 years of working with caring individuals, families, and organizations this year! Our mission is to create or grow existing permanent funds called endowments. These funds generate income that is distributed in the form of grants and scholarships to enrich and enhance life in Hancock County, as well as support the donor’s favorite charitable causes, both at home and afar forever. HCCF has granted over $7.7 million since its inception in 1992.