The Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas

General Funds Grant Application

The General Funds Grant application is available now and will remain open until Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 3:30 pm. The application can be found at the link below.

The mission of the 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 2017, the Community Foundation awarded $111,200 to 41 recipients in its General Funds Grant cycle, averaging $2,700 and ranging from $656 to $10,000.

In 2018, $120,000 will be available, as follows: $76,800 for Youth Activities$43,200 for Basic Human Needs.

 A history of funded projects can be viewed on our website on the For Grantseekers 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 look forward to receiving your grant application.

General Funds Grant Application Form


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Setting Up a Fund is as simple as 1-2-3.

1. Determine How Much You Want to Give
2. Select Your Investment Option
3. Select Who Will Manage Your Fund



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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."

States across the country are experiencing an unprecedented transfer of wealth as estates change hands from one generation to the next. By 2020 in Kansas alone the transfer of wealth is estimated to be $79 billion, and will increase to $598 billion by 2064.

Many people designate their entire estate to their children. Since more people leave the communities where they were raised much of the inherited wealth leave, too. The Keep 5 in Kansas campaign promotes capturing 5% of the estate wealth which could be up to $4 billion going back to communities.


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