Albion Community Foundation Grants
Opens Oct 1 2019 12:00 AM (EDT)
Description

Click log in in the upper corner of the page to view your grants portal. If you do not already have an account or are unable to reset your password using the forgot password link, please email foundation@albionfoundation.org.


Application Deadlines

January 10 @ 4:00 PM
March 10 @ 4:00 PM
  • Fund for Greater Albion
  • Youth Advisory Committee Fund
  • James C. Kingsley Youth Fund
  • Riverfront Development and Environmental Fund
  • Rotary Charitable Fund
  • Donor Advised Funds:
    • The Andersons Charitable Fund
    • Jack L. Hoaglin Family Fund
    • MACI Youth Fund
    • Prince Hall Award
    • Team 1 Plastics Advised Fund
Notification by: February 28
Projects beginning: March 1
Notification by: April 24
Projects beginning: May 1


May 10 @ 4:00 PM
September 10 @ 4:00 PM
  • Fund for Greater Albion
  • Youth Advisory Committee Fund
  • James C. Kingsley Youth Fund
  • Riverfront Development and Environmental Fund
  • Fund for Greater Albion
  • Youth Advisory Committee Fund
  • James C. Kingsley Youth Fund
  • Riverfront Development and Environmental Fund
  • Healthy Youth Healthy Seniors Endowment Fund
  • Boggan/Holland African American Community Fund
Notification by: June 26
Projects beginning: July 1
Notification by: October 23
Projects beginning: November 1


Eligibility & Restrictions

Any nonprofit public charity, as defined by sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code, located within the greater Albion area or directly serving residents of the greater Albion area is eligible to apply for funding. Faith institutions, public entities, and schools directly serving the greater Albion community are also eligible for specific projects subject to restrictions. If you are applying from one of these institutions, please call to discuss your project prior to applying.

Applicants must be in good standing on all previous grants from the Foundation. Grant funds cannot support the following:

  • Activities conducted outside the greater Albion area, unless directly serving residents from the greater Albion area
  • School teacher salaries, in-service, release time or school administrative costs
  • Existing deficits, licensing fees, fines, penalties, interest or litigation
  • Fundraising or allocations to endowment or other restricted funds
  • Funds which the applicant would re-grant to other organizations
  • Cash prizes, contributions, donations
  • Religious activities, including bible study, vacation bible camps, etc.

Please note: there are limitations on which economic development activities are considered charitable by the IRS. Please call to discuss before applying for economic development-related projects.

Albion Community Foundation Grants


Click log in in the upper corner of the page to view your grants portal. If you do not already have an account or are unable to reset your password using the forgot password link, please email foundation@albionfoundation.org.


Application Deadlines

January 10 @ 4:00 PM
March 10 @ 4:00 PM
  • Fund for Greater Albion
  • Youth Advisory Committee Fund
  • James C. Kingsley Youth Fund
  • Riverfront Development and Environmental Fund
  • Rotary Charitable Fund
  • Donor Advised Funds:
    • The Andersons Charitable Fund
    • Jack L. Hoaglin Family Fund
    • MACI Youth Fund
    • Prince Hall Award
    • Team 1 Plastics Advised Fund
Notification by: February 28
Projects beginning: March 1
Notification by: April 24
Projects beginning: May 1


May 10 @ 4:00 PM
September 10 @ 4:00 PM
  • Fund for Greater Albion
  • Youth Advisory Committee Fund
  • James C. Kingsley Youth Fund
  • Riverfront Development and Environmental Fund
  • Fund for Greater Albion
  • Youth Advisory Committee Fund
  • James C. Kingsley Youth Fund
  • Riverfront Development and Environmental Fund
  • Healthy Youth Healthy Seniors Endowment Fund
  • Boggan/Holland African American Community Fund
Notification by: June 26
Projects beginning: July 1
Notification by: October 23
Projects beginning: November 1


Eligibility & Restrictions

Any nonprofit public charity, as defined by sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a) of the Internal Revenue Code, located within the greater Albion area or directly serving residents of the greater Albion area is eligible to apply for funding. Faith institutions, public entities, and schools directly serving the greater Albion community are also eligible for specific projects subject to restrictions. If you are applying from one of these institutions, please call to discuss your project prior to applying.

Applicants must be in good standing on all previous grants from the Foundation. Grant funds cannot support the following:

  • Activities conducted outside the greater Albion area, unless directly serving residents from the greater Albion area
  • School teacher salaries, in-service, release time or school administrative costs
  • Existing deficits, licensing fees, fines, penalties, interest or litigation
  • Fundraising or allocations to endowment or other restricted funds
  • Funds which the applicant would re-grant to other organizations
  • Cash prizes, contributions, donations
  • Religious activities, including bible study, vacation bible camps, etc.

Please note: there are limitations on which economic development activities are considered charitable by the IRS. Please call to discuss before applying for economic development-related projects.

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