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Grant processes managed by the Community Foundation are noted with as asterick. (*). These applications must be submitted through the Community Foundation's online grants plaform. Create or log into your account here. For more information, view our help page.
Grantmaking fund to support the well-being of all citizens in our community by providing access to basic needs such as food, shelter, jobs, family support and animal welfare services.
Grantmaking fund to support quality of life programs in the following categories: Basic needs, economy, education, environment, health and wellness, lifestyle, and neighborhoods and community. Click here to apply and learn more.
Grantmaking for nonprofit organizations serving Greater Huntsville area who are supporting basic needs and/or health and wellness relief efforts related to the COVID-19 situation.
Grantmaking fund to support access to clean air, water and recreational areas by protecting our community’s natural resources, encouraging sustainable development and reducing our community’s energy consumption.
Grantmaking fund to support K-12 students in Huntsville, Alabama with devices and mobile internet to support distance learning as a result of COVID-19.
Grant funding to support a more inclusive, sustainable, and mobile society.
The Pathway to Self-Sufficiency Fund was established to support nonprofits as they build capacity through collaborative case management to move people from crisis to self-sufficiency.
The Racial Equity Fund will provide grant funding to address equity gaps in the following areas that affect quality of life:
- Criminal justice system
- Education and job readiness
- Health and wellness
- Income and wealth creation
- Neighborhoods and communities
NEXT GRANT CYCLE: Early 2021
Grantmaking fund for eligible organizations providing supervision of remote learning due to school closures for K-12 public school students in Huntsville City, Madison City, and Madison County public schools.
Grantmaking endowment fund established by Lyle and Ruth Taylor to support historic preservation (2021), environmental conservation (2022), and civic engagement (2020)
Video grant opportunity for local nonprofit organizations that support low-income members of our community.
Each year the Women's Philanthropy Society awards one high-dollar grant to create systemic change around one key focus area.
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