The Henry County Community Foundation has two grant cycles per year, a Spring cycle and a Fall cycle. Grant proposals will only be accepted from organizations who attend the workshop.
The Fall Grants Workshop will take place on Wednesday, August 3rd at 4:00 PM. Attendance is mandatory for any organization wishing to apply. A Letter of Intent will be provided at the workshop and required to be returned prior to completing an application. Register by 5:00 PM on July 31 to confirm your attendance for the workshop. Call the office at 765-529-2235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the workshop.
The HCCF accepts grant applications from non-profit organizations serving Henry County. If you received funding during the Spring 2022 cycle your organization is not eligible for 2022’s Fall Grant Cycle. *Grants are not made to individuals.
Important Note: All HCCF grant applications are now online through Foundant Technologies.
Donors create funds designated to provide support for a particular purpose, program, or institution. Examples would include charitable organizations in Henry County and several community parks departments. As a community foundation, the Henry County Community Foundation addresses the broad needs in Henry County which include, but are not limited to, the following five categories:
- HEALTH AND MEDICAL – to include the support of hospitals, rehabilitation centers, not-for-profit health and medical-related programs including safety and wellness and recreational programs;
- SOCIAL SERVICES – to include the support of human service organizations, programs for children and youth, and services to the aged;
- EDUCATION – to include support for programs in pre-school, elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education, scholarships, and special education programs;
- CULTURAL AFFAIRS – to include the support of programs and facilities which are designed to establish a diversified county cultural program that offers widespread opportunities for participation and appreciation; and
- CIVIC AFFAIRS – to include the support of programs and facilities related to criminal justice, community development, employment, citizens’ involvement, leadership training, and other community activities.
All grant applications will be reviewed by a Grants Committee member, including a site visit. Recommendations are made to the Board of Directors during the March and September meeting and decisions will be mailed to organizations within 48 hours.
It is the general policy of the Henry County Community Foundation to operate without discrimination as to age, race, religion, sex, or national origin in the overall administration of the Foundation and in the consideration of grant requests from agencies and organizations.