The Crown Point Community Foundation is accepting grant applications online. Grants from the CPCF’s endowment funds will be made to nonprofit organizations and community projects which serve the South Lake County area.
Fields of interest which will be considered for funding include Animal Related, Arts and Culture, Community Improvement, Economic Development, Education, Environmental, Food/Nutrition/Agriculture, Health and Human Services, Housing and Shelter, Public Safety, Recreation, Religion-Related, and Youth Development.
“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 apply for grants on the new CPCF online grant platform. Grant applications will be accepted through Feb. 1, 2020. To apply for a grant visit: cpcfgrants.communityforce.com.
The Crown Point Community Foundation awards grants from the unrestricted community funds held in the CPCF Endowment Fund three times a year. The grant cycle deadlines are February 1, June 1 and September 1. The CPCF Grant Committee reviews all applications.
For more information about the CPCF and to apply online for a grant, please visit the Crown Point Community Foundation website, www.thecpcf.org.