Grantmaking programs that require an application will be posted here. Each of our competitive grantmaking funds are different; please spend time with the guidelines to ensure that your program request is a fit.
Whenever possible, we mail and/or email Grant Requests and Guidelines directly to all charities for specific program proposals. To be sure your charitable organization is on our mailing and eNews blast list, send your information to info@HardyCountyCF.org.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2018 Spring Competitive Grants Cycle. Funding is available through the Community Impact Fund and the NEW Deanna Wilson and J Cavanagh STEM Fund.
The Community Impact Fund supports programs or projects serving Hardy County in the following areas: Animal Welfare, Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Community & Economic Development, Education, the Environment, Health & Wellness, and Human Services.
The Deanna Wilson and J Cavanagh STEM Fund will entertain proposals that aim to d0 one or more of the following:
- Support for students in grades 4 – 10 to attend STEM-related camps and activities
- Support for students in grades 4 – 10 with financial need to attend school-based field trips and activities
- Support for students in grantees 4 – 10 to attend school-based competitions related to STEM subjects (i.e. Math Field Day, robotics competitions, etc.)
- Support for teachers to expand their ability to teach and provide mentoring in STEM related fields
One application serves both funding opportunities and may be downloaded here: 2018 Spring Grant Application
Not sure if you need to file with the WV Secretary of State? Check out this: WV SOS Charitable Registration Statement
We are now accepting 2018 Scholarship Applications!
The 2018 Scholarship Application is now available. This application includes instructions and criteria for three Community Foundation scholarship funds. Applications are due March 1st.
NEW We’re pleased to announce the addition of the Bob and Betty Wilson Family Scholarship to this year’s scholarship program. Students graduating from a high school in Hardy County who plan to pursue a degree in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) field, and who have financial need are eligible to apply for this scholarship. A separate application for this fund is available here: 2018 Wilson Scholarship Application. However, students who plan to apply for multiple HCCF scholarships need only complete one application. This application is also due March 1st.
Please contact Amy Pancake at 304-538-3431 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.