The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas

General Funds Grant Application

 

The General Funds Grant application is available now and will remain open until Friday, June 28, 2019. The application may be found at the link below, or can be sent via email by contacting sherri.stephens@southeastkansas.org.

 

The mission of CFSEK is to serve the region by encouraging charitable giving benefiting the common good and the quality of life. We inspire leadership with programming that is responsive to the interests and needs of those we serve now and in the future.

 

In 2018, the Community Foundation awarded $125,341 to 36 recipients in its General Funds Grant cycle, averaging $3,482 and ranging from $522 to $9,294.

 In 2019, $130,000 will be available, as follows: $82,600 for Youth Activities, $47,400 for Basic Human Needs.

A history of 2018 funded projects can be viewed on our website on the For Grantseekers, General Grant Cycle link.

Completed applications can be emailed to sherri.stephens@southeastkansas.org, mailed to CFSEK, P.O. Box 1448, Pittsburg, KS 66762, or delivered to 100 S. Broadway, Suite 100, Pittsburg, KS. Emailed applications are preferred. Please read and follow instructions carefully. We are happy to help with any questions you may have as you prepare your application.

We look forward to receiving your grant application.

 

General Funds Grant Application Form

 

 

 

 


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"The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas serves the region by encouraging charitable giving benefiting the common good and the quality of life. We inspire leadership with programming that is responsive to the interests and needs of those we serve now and in the future."

Whether you're a potential donor, a professional advisor, a local nonprofit director, or someone who's simply concerned about the future of Kansas, connecting with your local community foundation is the first step toward a better tomorrow for your community


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