Foundation / Corporation
Greater Manhattan Community Foundation (GMCF)
Grants of up to $3,000 to Kansas nonprofit organizations and government entities in eligible locations for programs that serve local children and youth. Priority will be given to projects that are designed, initiated, or implemented by youth or children. Projects must serve the greater Manhattan area.
Each year, Youth Impacting Community (YIC), a youth philanthropy board funded and supported by the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation, invites area nonprofit agencies to apply for grant funding. Projects that support the following will be given first preference:
Please include an outline of how the program will be offered and carried out in a safe manner. Please include information about how the program will be different from previous years and the plans in place to make sure the program will be effective while ensuring that youth, staff, and volunteers are in a safe environment.
GrantWatch ID#: 161822
The YIC grants are small grants and are typically between $300 and $3,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Apply online: https://www.mcfks.org/grants/index.cfm?gid=118&CFID=224607103&CFTOKEN=fe56f47e8b04664b-E5250C7D-B571-CC17-788FE2E91576565A&jsessionid=0a307d0c9b86128c0df3615a1a7bc2045970
For questions, contact Edee Nichols at email@example.com or call 785-587-8995.
Greater Manhattan Community Foundation
555 Poyntz, Suite 269, Manhattan, KS 66502
USA: Kansas: Greater Manhattan area
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