Our desire is to build a stronger community. ranch for web.jpgGrants are the catalyst for realizing our mission to "Build bridges to support the future of Montgomery County."  Through strategic and careful grantmaking, we are able to achieve the charitable goals of our fund owners. (The photo represents Achaius Ranch which received $17,000 in 2015 to add on to an existing barn to make space for indoor riding.  The ranch offers classes for children ages 8-18 years old at no charge.)

Grant applications are accepted from any nonprofit organization in Montgomery County.  These organizations must be tax-exempt whose purposes are described in Section 501(c) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.  Applications are also accepted from the three Montgomery County school corporations.  If an organization has received funding from MCCF in the past, all post-grant reporting requirements must be current before an organization is eligible to submit a new request.

 Unrestricted Grant Cycle

Each year through our unrestricted and field of interest funds, we're able to make grants available through this competitive grant cycle.  Applications must be submitted electronically.  Electronic files are a great time and paper saver!   Areas of granting are:  Arts & Culture, Community Development, Education, Health, Historical, Human Services and Youth.

New for 2016, THREE Unrestricted Grant Cycles are being offered in an effort to be more responsive to community needs.  The three deadlines are:  May 9, August 8, and October 10.  Please click "How to Apply" to learn more.  The application can be found in the Grants Tool Box. 

clientuploads/MCCF_25.jpeg25th Anniversary Grants

To celebrate our 25th Anniversary we made a gift of $25,000 to the community by awarding twenty-five $1,000 grants to several nonprofit agencies.  Please click here for the complete list of anniversary grants.


Other Opportunities:

Women's Legacy Society Grants

Women's Legacy is a giving circle whose members desire to make grants which will have a positive impact on the lives of women and their children.  Each member makes a significant financial contribution, a portion of which is endowed and a portion which is granted.  The group invites proposals and then together select the winner(s).



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