Apply Now for Women’s Giving Circle Grant Cycle – United States
The Women’s Giving Circle of Cumberland County (WGCCC) awards high-impact grants to projects focusing on women and children in Cumberland County, NC.
The Women’s Giving Circle of Cumberland County awards high-impact grants to projects focusing on women and children in Cumberland County, N.C.
Focus Area for 2020-22 Grant Cycle
Financial insecurities (home, job, food, healthcare)
Educational insecurities (literacy, financial literacy, academic)
Special consideration will be given to projects that incorporate any of the following:
A new, creative approach to a critical community need
Opportunities to collaborate and foster partnerships, as well as leverage other funding sources
Projects that demonstrate the ability to achieve measurable results and have a high probability of successful continuation beyond the grant period
Projects that impact a larger population will be given priority
Organizations must be located and provide services in Cumberland County, North Carolina.
Organizations must qualify as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1), (a)(2), or (a)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or be a qualified unit of government which includes Native American tribal governments.
Organizations must not discriminate on the basis of age, race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, physical ability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or religious beliefs.
Organizations must have met all reporting and communications requirements on previous Women’s Giving Circle Grants to be eligible to apply. If the organization has an active grant in process with the Women’s Giving Circle, a final or interim report must be submitted to be considered for funding.
Organizations for re-granting purposes
Capital and endowment campaigns
Grants to individuals
Projects promoting political and religious views
Scholarships (Check the scholarship program page of CCF)
Priority will go to 501(c)3 charitable organizations with governing boards located in Cumberland County, NC.
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