The Community Foundation of Carroll County (CFCC) is a charitable public foundation, established by community stakeholders throughout Carroll County, Iowa.
The Community Foundation of Carroll County (“CFCC”) is a charitable public foundation, established by the citizens of Carroll County for the purpose of improving the quality of life in Carroll County.
The CFCC accepts Grant Applications throughout the year. Our cutoff for grant applications for the current year is November 30th. Grant awards will occur sometime between January and April of the following year.
The Community Foundation of Carroll County (the “CFCC”) is a charitable foundation that benefits the citizens of Carroll County by providing a vehicle for charitable contributions to be distributed among the local population and by managing of a wide variety of charitable funds and causes through various local charitable funds and foundations.
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The Community Foundation of Carroll County, founded in 2004, proposes to distribute grants when funds are available from its endowment earnings, gifts, state gambling proceeds, and other grants to area non-profit organizations.
To become eligible for a grant, an entity must be a non-profit organization with a 501(c)3 status or qualified government agency and file an application.
Grantee Final Reports enable the Foundation's contributors and board of directors to evaluate the impact of individual grants and focus future funding on areas where the Foundation's resources can make a difference.