Collaborative Grants provide support for two or more nonprofit or local government agencies applying for a common-purpose program or project.
Successful Collaborative Grant applications clearly demonstrate a community need and a focused collaborative effort to creatively address that need.
Funding will be prioritized. for community issues identified in the We Will visioning process.
Applicants must be:
- A qualified 501(c)(3) organization, or have a fiscal sponsor that is a 501(c)(3) organization
A public entity located in Park County or with projects and programs in Park County, Montana.
Current on any grant reports due to the Park County Community Foundation for previous funding cycles.
Truly collaborating on a project or program. The Community Foundation defines collaboration as organizations with different resources, knowledge and skills working together to create innovative solutions.
Applications for the 2020 Grant Cycle will open on January 20, 2021 and close on March 3, 2021.
NOTE: the Grants Committee will not review applications from organizations that have not submitted status reports from previous grant cycles.
Stay tuned for more details on status reporting of 2020 grant awards. We currently anticipate a Status Report due date of 2/19/21, with Final Reports due by 4/6/21. Report documents will be available the final week of January. Please contact Barb Oldershaw with any questions: 406-570-4580.