JCCF awards $76,633.95 in fall grants

Published: October 2, 2015 by Stephanie Walls, Program Associate: Grants and Scholarships

The Johnson County Community Foundation recently awarded a total of $76,633.95 to support the vital work of organizations that are responding to the many needs in the Johnson County community. The Foundation’s fall 2015 grant awards include funding for arts/culture, community & economic development, education, seniors, health & human services and youth programs.

“Johnson County Community Foundation's primary charter is connecting people who care with causes that matter. Through our grants, we are able to connect the gifts that people have so graciously given to causes that matter in Johnson County. Each cycle, spring and fall, we review grant applications from across the county. Our grants committee and staff go to great lengths to award grants that best align with our core values,” said Seth Perigo, grants committee chair. 

“This past cycle we were blessed in the grants presented for their potential to greatly impact our county. I look forward to hearing about the successes from each of these organizations,” Perigo said.

The Johnson County Community Foundation’s fall grant awards reflect the Foundation’s mission to enhance the quality of life for all citizens of Johnson County.   

 Find a complete list of our grantees here.

A special thanks to our Platinum Community Partners!

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