Marshall Community Foundation’s Grant Program

Marshall Community Foundation
Last date: 
Thursday, October 1, 2020
United States

Detailed Description

The Marshall Community Foundation awards grants from the Unrestricted and Field of Interest Funds each year for innovative projects and programs that respond to the community’s changing needs.

The Marshall Community Foundation administers more than 100 endowed funds, some of which are restricted to specific purposes in accordance with the donors wishes.


Application priorities include, but are not limited to:

  • Facilitating cooperation and enhancing collaboration amongst organizations.
  • Avoiding duplication of services
  • Benefiting the greatest number of people
  • Strengthening or improving the organization’s self-sufficiency and efficiency
  • Yielding substantial community benefit for the resources invested
  • Promoting youth development
  • Addressing emerging community needs
  • Representing innovative start-up efforts

Funding Information

The Foundation does not typically grant for:

  • Annual fundraising drives or capital campaigns
  • Normal operating expenses, except for start-up purposes or special needs
  • Multi-year funding
  • Requests more than $25,000
  • Endowments or debt reduction

The Foundation DOES NOT grant for political projects, religious or sectarian purposes, or to individuals (except through educational and enrichment scholarships.)

Eligibility Criteria

The Marshall Community Foundation welcomes and encourages grant applications from non-profit, tax-exempt organizations, schools, churches (for non-sectarian purposes_, cities and townships in the greater Marshall-area and Calhoun County that address or impact: arts and culture, community and economic development, education, the environment, health and wellness, human services, and youth and seniors.


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