What you need to know about the application process
connecting people with causes:
"Our patients and our doctors love the new point-of-care diagnostic equipment that WindRose Health Network was able to buy through JCCF’s very generous donation. For certain tests...our doctors can get test results, discuss with patients and make modifications to treatment plans all in a single visit. No more waiting, no playing telephone tag – just good medical care on the spot."
These guidelines and policies apply only to the unrestricted philanthropic funds of the Johnson County Community Foundation and not to those funds for which the donor has designated the beneficiary or has restricted the use of a particular fund to a specific charitable purpose. Those designated and restricted funds will be administered separately in relation to their respective donor agreements.
JCCF offers unrestricted cycle grants to nonprofit organizations for charitable projects in Johnson County, Indiana or serving Johnson County residents.
Interested in applying for a grant? Here are a few things you should know:
Letter of Inquiry (Downloadable form is available once grant cycles open.)
If your Letter of Inquiry meets funding guidelines, requirements, and the vision of the Foundation (view our grant policies) your organization may then be invited to:
Apply for a formal Grant Application
We take pride in being good stewards of donor's wishes. Decisions about grants are made by a diverse group of donors, staff, board members and community volunteers.
Those awarded a grant must then submit a Final Grant Report Form within 30 days from the completion date of your grant activity, at the latest one year after the grant has been awarded. To request the Final Grant Report Form, please email our grants and scholarship officer. The form will be emailed as a Word document and should be typed and returned via email. If you have questions please email our grants and scholarship officer.
AMOUNT GIVEN IN THE 2017 FALL GRANTS
$83,000 TO 12 ORGANIZATIONS