The Crown Point Community Foundation is accepting grant applications. Grants from the CPCF’s endowment funds will be made to nonprofit organizations and community projects which serve the South Lake County service area of Crown Point, Cedar Lake, Lowell and Winfield. Fields of interest which will be considered for funding include education, health and human services, civic affairs, preservation, conservation, arts and culture.
“The Crown Point Community Foundation is interested in funding projects that will improve the quality of life for citizens in the South Lake County area,” said Mary Nielsen, President of the CPCF.
Eligible organizations may download an application on the CPCF website, www.thecpcf.org. Those without access to a computer can obtain an application by calling 219-662-7252 or visiting the CPCF office.
Written requests for information should be sent to:
Crown Point Community Foundation, Inc.
Post Office Box 522
Crown Point, IN 46308-0522
The deadline for submitting a grant application is September 1, 2018. Mailed applications must be postmarked September 1, 2018.
About the Crown Point Community Foundation
The Crown Point Community Foundation connects people who care to causes that matter. Since 1990, we have served the citizens of Crown Point and South Lake County through a range of charitable and civic activities, while helping individual donors achieve their philanthropic goals. As a public charitable organization, the CPCF is dedicated to building permanently endowed funds. The Crown Point Community Foundation will help to positively shape the future of the community and act as a facilitator of community good.