At Truman Heartland Community Foundation our volunteers are getting geared up for our Annual Community Grants process. Our Board of Directors has the responsibility to make grants each year from endowed funds established by numerous donors over the years, many through planned/estate gifts. Last year our grants committee made 59 grants to nonprofit organizations serving our Eastern Jackson County Community and this year over $250,000 will be available for these grants. Organizations that would like to apply for funding this year need to submit an initial letter of Interest by Thursday April 7th. More information can be found our website www.thcf.org. Please help us spread the word about this opportunity to local nonprofits.
If you are interested in getting updates on some of these community grants be sure to like our page on Facebook. We provide updates throughout the year on grants made through our Community Grants process.
Awarding these grants is a tremendous responsibility since these donors have entrusted our board to take great care of their gift of a lifetime made through an estate plan. The needs in our community change over time and these individuals had the confidence that your Community Foundation would year after year through a competitive grants process fund the best programs of nonprofits making a difference in our community. Our volunteer Board of Directors and Grants committee take this responsibility to heart do their best to ensure we are funding the most effective programs.
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Shannon Sundberg is here to help, email or call 816-912-4182.
Phillip Hanson is here to help, email or call (816) 912-4181.
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