GRANTS FOR NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Applications available May 16 and due June 30, 2022
Eligibility Requirements for Organizations
Organizations must be 501(c)(3) tax-exempt or government agency.
Organizations must provide services that improve the health, education or
welfare of Darke County residents.
The following groups are not eligible:
Organizations that limit their services to members of any one religious group.
Organizations whose primary purpose is to influence legislation,
political viewpoint, or promotion of a political candidate.
Approximately 35 organizations will receive a total of about $75,000. Grant awards generally range from $500 to $2,500.
Application and Selection Process
Completing an online application is required; no paper applications are accepted.
Applications will be reviewed by the Grant Committee of the Darke County Foundation.
All applicants (recipients and non-recipients) will be notified of results
within 45 days of deadline. Recipients will receive payment within 60 days of deadline.
If approved grant is one of several funding sources needed to complete a project,
the Foundation has the discretion to delay payment until the organization has secured necessary funding to complete the project.
Recipients must complete a final report (provided by the Darke County Foundation)
summarizing the use of grant funds. Failure to submit a report invalidates future
requests for funding.
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (937) 548-4673.
Funds from the Helen L. Hawkey Music Project support music education for Darke County students.
Pictured are elementary school students participating in "Creole for Kids and the history of Zydeco" concert.