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Foundation Announces New Grant Opportunity For Nonprofits

Kosciusko County Community Foundation has announced a new grant opportunity for charitable nonprofits serving residents of Kosciusko County.

Applications are being accepted to fund projects that aid in building nonprofit capacity and sustainability. Grant dollars for this initiative come from the Community Foundation, K21 Health Foundation and the Dekko Foundation.

“The Community Foundation is excited to offer area nonprofits an opportunity to improve their sustainability,” said CEO Stephanie Overbey. “We understand how important it is for nonprofits to have a reliable, consistent stream of revenue to support their mission. This grant opportunity is aimed at helping them secure that.”

Local charities may apply for funds to hire fundraising consultants and to purchase or upgrade donor management software or technology. Grants are also available for operating campaign fundraising matches.

Grant seekers are encouraged to discuss their request with Community Foundation program staff prior to applying. For more details, or to apply, visit www.kcfoundation.org/grants/npsustainabilitygrants/ Applications and all required documentation are due April 1.

Since 1968, Kosciusko County Community Foundation Inc. has helped donors achieve their charitable dreams. The Community Foundation is a public charity that grants over $6 million annually in the areas of education, health, arts and culture, recreation, civic projects, environment and human services. Gifts made to the Community Foundation are tax-deductible. For more information, call 574-267-1901 or visit 102 E. Market St., Warsaw.