Explore our grant opportunities below. Our grants and scholarships are guided by the vision of our donors who create personalized funds to meet their own philanthropic goals. Some grantmaking funds issue guidelines and request proposals. Others recommend grants to our board without any interaction with our charities. When a fund is seeking a proposal or specific information, we let our prospective grantees know via email announcements—so be sure you sign up to receive those. Scholarship funds are unique, too. Be sure to look at specifics for each one.

The Community Foundation also offers nonprofit organizations free access to Foundation Directory Onlinelearn more.

100 Women Strong

This grant cycle is now closed for 2024.

About the Funders
100WomenStrong is a diverse group of women, men, and corporate partners who love Loudoun County, and want to make a difference here. Together, they make a powerful impact with combined giving. Each member has an equal say and an equal vote about which nonprofit organizations will receive support each year. 100WomenStrong was founded in 2008 by people who have made a commitment to improve the quality of life for residents of Loudoun County. By combining powerful financial strength, a philanthropic passion for giving, and community leadership, 100WomenStrong provides strategic support to help address key areas of need in our community. 100WomenStrong is a component fund of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. 100WomenStong now invites organizations to submit a Letter of Intent for the 2023-2024 100WomenStrong Competitive Grant cycle.

Grantmaking Priorities
100WomenStrong prioritizes funding for projects or programs addressing these needs in Loudoun County, Virginia:

  • Shelter
  • Health
  • Hunger
  • Education

In addition, 100WomenStrong prioritizes requests for funding that:

  • maintain or increase the capacity of the organization’s mission
  • provide significant benefits and/or impact to Loudoun County residents
  • provide creative and innovative ways to meet community needs

Grants will be considered to fund activities, projects, and programs within the grant period of May 2024 through April 2025.

Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity in good standing with the IRS, a unit of government, or a school. Applicants must address the grantmaking priorities in Loudoun County as listed above.

LOI Instructions, Deadlines and Reviews
LOI’s are submitted online through the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties’ online grant portal using this link:

Grant Portal

New applicants will need to create an account to begin the application process; previous applicants should log in using your email and password. Once logged in, click “Apply” to begin.

LOI’s must be submitted in the portal no later than Wednesday, November 1, 2023, 5:00 p.m. LOI’s will be reviewed by 100WomenStrong; select organizations will then be invited to submit a full proposal for consideration. All organizations that submit an LOI will be notified of the outcome of their request by December 18, 2023.

Full Proposal Deadline and Reviews
Organizations invited to submit a full proposal after the LOI review process will be given instructions to submit a full proposal in December 2023. Proposals will be due by February 1, 2024. Full applications will be reviewed by 100WomenStrong who will make grant recommendations to the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors.

Pre-Application Workshop
An optional pre-application workshop was held online for applicants on Tuesday, January 9, 2024. To view the recorded portion of this workshop, click below.

This workshop was recorded and a link to access the recording was emailed to all those who registered for the workshop. The link to access the recording was posted in the grant guidelines.

Notification, Grant Size, and Final Reporting
Final grant decisions will be announced no later than Friday, April 26, 2024. Grantees will be requested to participate in a grantee & donor reception the evening of May 14, 2024.

To view a past list of 100WomenStrong grants from previous cycle, visit: https://www.onehundredwomenstrong.org/grants/grants-by-year/

A final report of outputs, outcomes and grant expenses must be provided to 100WomenStrong approximately one year after grant awards are made. All grant funds must be expended before that date. Extensions may be allowed, but must be approved in writing in advance.

Questions?
If you have questions about your LOI or proposal, contact Pam Ray, Managing Director, 100WomenStrong at [email protected].

If you need assistance with the online grant portal, contact Joanne Trimmer, Director of Grants and Nonprofit Programs at the Community Foundation at [email protected].

ForwardTurn logo

This grant cycle is now closed for 2024.

Grant Program Summary

Forward Turn is a youth-led charitable grantmaking program that takes a “forward turn” to benefit communities in Fauquier and Loudoun Counties. Forward Turn is a partner with the Youth Advisory Council in Loudoun County and funded by the S. Murray and Mary H.C. Rust Student Philanthropy Project endowment fund of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. Forward Turn Youth Advisors consider applications that strengthen youth leadership, create a united and caring community, and encourage community involvement in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties.

About the Donors

Children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of Stirling and Murray Rust and his wife Mary Hilton Coburn Rust seeded a permanent endowment, the S. Murray Rust and Mary H.C. Trust Student Philanthropy Project, to create the Forward Turn Youth Grantmaking program.

Forward Turn Grant Guidelines

The Community Foundation and its Forward Turn Youth Advisors will consider applications that strengthen youth leadership, create a united and caring community, and encourage community involvement in Loudoun and Fauquier Counties.

We have a strong preference for youth involvement in the application process. See more about that below. Here are some ideas for grant programs, but we’re interested in your ideas, too:

• Address substance use disorders and/or eating disorders in teens

• Educate teen users about internet safety

• Offer educational mentoring or tutoring programs for youth

• Teach tolerance and anti-bullying to youth

• Demonstrate road safety and safe driving practices

• Build meaningful links between youth, adults, and/or elderly

• Help with teen food insecurity, clothing, and housing needs

• Promote wellness, leadership, and/or civic engagement among teens

• Bring awareness and address mental health with youth and teens

• Support programs that protect and preserve our environment

Grant Making Priorities

Grants will be prioritized for the following:

• Proposals written by teen applicants!

• Projects that include collaboration with another student group, faith-based organization, or charitable nonprofit

• Projects that leverage additional resources, like volunteer time, in-kind gifts of materials or supplies, or that are matched by other funding sources

• Ideas that have high impact with a small grant

Who is eligible to apply…and who receives a grant?

Forward Turn grant applicants may be faith-based organizations, local nonprofit organizations, government groups, or schools (public schools or nonprofit schools) serving Loudoun and/or Northern Fauquier Counties. Nonprofit organizations must be a 501(c)(3) public charity in good standing with the IRS. Grants to faith-based organizations must be for projects or programs that do not include religious teachings as part of its activities.

We prioritize grant proposals written by youth. However, the grant application may also be written and prepared by an adult project leader, as long as a youth volunteer/program participant writes a Letter of Endorsement that is submitted with the grant application. For some quick summaries of past grants awarded, visit https://communityfoundationlf.org/forwardturn/.

Application Deadlines, Interviews and Reviews

Applications must be submitted electronically through our online grants portal by Friday, February 2, 2024 at 5:00 p.m. (The grant application portal will CLOSE at 5:00 p.m.). Applicants and the youth endorsing their work must be available for an interview with Forward Turn youth grantmakers. Interviews will take place on the evenings of March 4, 2024, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. and March 18, 2024, from 6:30-8:00 p.m. (you only need to attend one of these dates, and we’ll work with you on the best date and time for you). It is anticipated that interviews will be held in person in Leesburg.

Pre-Application Workshop

The Community Foundation will hold an optional pre-application workshop for interested applicants via Zoom on Thursday, January 11, 2024 at 6:00 p.m. Registration required to attend this workshop. To receive the link to attend the workshop, register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEsc-6tpzouE9Ki8GfmGnwzNMN_7duBMPE8. A recording of the workshop will be emailed to all those who register and will also be posted after January 11, 2024 on our website here: https://communityfoundationlf.org/grant-seekers/

Grant Size, Announcement, and Final Reporting

Grants usually range from $500 to $1,500 (and you must request a specific amount of funding in your application). Grants are anticipated to be announced by April 1, 2024. Grant recipients have one year to complete a project and spend their grant funds once funded.

Application Instructions

All applications will be submitted online through our online grants portal at https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=cflf

Questions?

Contact Joanne Trimmer, Director of Grants and Nonprofit Programs, at [email protected] or 703-779-3505, x1

This grant cycle is now closed for 2023.

Grant Program Summary
The Loudoun Chamber Foundation was established in 2014 to advance the Loudoun Chamber’s mission to create and promote a world class quality of life in Loudoun County. The Loudoun Chamber Foundation is a component fund of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties. The Loudoun Chamber Foundation now accepts applications for its 2023 grant cycle.

Grantmaking Priorities
The Loudoun Chamber’s charitable giving is prioritized based on an applicant organization’s alignment with our strategic objectives, in this order of priority:

  • Economic Development and Entrepreneurship– The Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce believes strongly in the value of creating economic opportunity in our community as the most essential element of a world class quality of life.
  • Education and Workforce Development – The quality of our workforce and K-20 education systems that prepare our future workforce are essential components of Loudoun County’s world class quality of life.
  • Public Safety–The Loudoun County Chamber has a decades-long tradition of supporting our emergency first responders and their families, particularly those that have suffered injuries or death while in performance of their sworn duties.
  • Healthy Community– The health of the Loudoun economy and its quality of life is inextricably linked to the health and wellness of its citizens and the financial stability of the organizations that serve our citizens’ health and wellbeing.

Priority will be given to applicants that are members of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce.

The Loudoun Chamber Foundation grants are for general operating support of organization’s overall work and mission.

Eligibility Requirements

Applicant organizations must be a 501(c)3 nonprofit public charity in good standing with the IRS.

Only organizations serving the Loudoun County community will receive Loudoun Chamber Foundation grants.

Applicant organizations must demonstrate how they will publicize the Loudoun Chamber Foundation’s grants.

Organizations are ineligible to receive Loudoun Chamber Foundation grants for two consecutive years. Organizations that receive grants in 2022 are not eligible in 2023.

The Loudoun Chamber Foundation will not support the following:

  • Organizations without 501(c)3 public charity status.
  • Political or religious causes, whether those of organizations or individuals.
  • An individual participating in fundraising events or activities.

Application Deadlines, Grant Size, and Reviews
Applications must be submitted electronically through the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties’ online grant portal at

Applications will be accepted starting Tuesday, October 10, 2023, and are due by Thursday, November 9, 2023, 5:00 p.m. The Loudoun Chamber Foundation Grant Committee will review applications and make funding recommendations to the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors for approval.

Individual grants are expected to amount in the $2,000 to $5,000 range. Grants will be provided for general operating support. It is expected that grant decisions will be publicly announced by January 2024 and that applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by December 18, 2023.

Pre-Application Workshop
An optional pre-application workshop was held online on Tuesday, October 17, 2023 at 11:00 a.m.

The workshop was recorded and a link to access the recording was emailed afterwards to all those who registered.

Need Assistance?
Contact Joanne Trimmer, Director of Grants and Nonprofit Programs, at [email protected] or 703-779-3505, x1.

This grant cycle is now closed for 2023.

2023 Grant Guidelines

The Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund was founded in 2019 as a tribute to Ursula Landsrath. In addition to her career as a fashion model, movie stunt driver, skydiver, hotel manager, fashion boutique manager, and real estate investor, Ursula was a steadfast animal welfare advocate. In 2001, she founded the Animal Rescue Fund of Virginia that distributed more than $1 million in grants around the Commonwealth. ULARF continues her legacy and will consider applications from nonprofit organizations serving or rescuing animals in Virginia. ULARF is now accepting applications for its 2023 grant cycle.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity in good standing with the IRS;
  • Applicants must be an animal welfare organization;
  • Applicants must be incorporated and operational in Virginia, and
  • Organizations may only submit one application to ULARF per year.

Grantmaking Priorities

  • Spay/neuter, Trap Neuter Return programs for feral cats;
  • Emergency medical funds, supplies, and equipment for farm, domestic, or wild animals;
  • Costs of emergency repairs to organization facilities (unanticipated electrical/plumbing/water heaters, etc);
  • Public outreach and education program expenses; and/or,
  • Virginia-based regional animal assistance organizations providing support to smaller, local animal rescue or assistance organizations.

What ULARF Will Not Fund

  • ULARF will generally not consider funding for wages, salaries, personnel, or training expenses.
  • ULARF will not provide funding for fundraising or development costs.
  • ULARF will generally not consider funding for vehicle purchases.
  • ULARF will generally not consider funding for animal-assisted human therapy services; however animal-assisted therapy organizations may be considered only if animal rescue is a considerable part of their mission, programming, and funding request.

Application Deadlines and Review
Applications must be submitted electronically through our online grant portal. Applications will be accepted starting August 30, 2023, and are due by Monday, October 2, 2023, 5:00 p.m. The ULARF Grants Committee members will review applications and make funding recommendations to the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors for approval.

Pre-Application Workshop
An optional pre-application workshop will be held by Zoom on Monday, September 11, 2023 at 11:00 a.m. To view a recording: https://youtu.be/eR87rSIy_kE

Grant Size, Notification, and Final Reporting
Grants are expected to range from $1,000 to $3,000 per organization. An estimated $50,000 will be available for distribution. It is anticipated that grants will be announced by December 1, 2023. No final grant report will be required; however, grantees may be requested to provide an update on the progress of their grant-funded project during the grant cycle and also during the next year’s application cycle if they reapply for funding. Grantees must expend their grant funding within one year from when funds will be awarded and funds must be expended for the purpose described in the submitted proposal. Extensions may be allowed, but must be approved in writing in advance.

Application Instructions.
Applications are accepted through our online grant portal: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=cflf.

Questions?
Contact Joanne Trimmer at [email protected].

ULARF Emergency Funding Requests

Guidelines and Eligibility Requirements

ULARF may consider emergency requests for funding outside of its competitive grant cycle throughout the year.
Emergency funding requests will be considered on a case-by-case basis depending on funding available.Organizations requesting emergency funding must meet the following eligibility requirements:

  • Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity in good standing with the IRS;
  • Applicants must be an animal welfare organization;
  • Applicants must be incorporated and operational in Virginia,
  • Previous ULARF grantees may be prioritized for emergency funding; and
  • Organizations may only submit one emergency funding request to ULARF per year.

Organizations receiving emergency funding are also eligible for funding the competitive grant cycle.
Emergency funding may be provided for the following purposes:

  • Emergency medical funds, supplies, and equipment for farm, domestic, or wild animals;
  • Costs of emergency repairs to organization facilities (unanticipated electrical/plumbing/water heaters, etc);

Emergency Funding Request Instructions

Organizations requesting emergency funding should send their request by email to Joanne Trimmer, Director of Grants and Nonprofit Programs, at [email protected].

Emailed requests should include the following information:

  • Organization Name
  • Amount requested
  • Brief explanation of the emergency situation
  • Brief explanation of how funds would be used if provided
  • Brief explanation of other sources of funding 1) already secured and 2) already requested for the emergency need.
  • Organizations that have not received a grant from the Community Foundation before must also include a copy of their IRS Letter of Determination.

Emergency funding requests will be reviewed by the ULARF Grants Committee for consideration.

Final Reports for 2023 Grantees
ULARF does not require a final report form for its 2023 grantees; however, grantees are required to provide a summary of their outcomes and expenses if they apply for funding again in 2024 as part of the 2024 application process.

The Loudoun Impact Fund

This grant cycle is now closed for 2023.

The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties and Community Foundation for Northern Virginia have partnered to offer grant opportunities to qualifying organizations serving Loudoun County through the Loudoun Impact Fund.

The Loudoun Impact Fund is a giving circle of caring donors, each making gifts of $1,000 (per person) or $5,000 (per foundation or corporation) to the Fund. Gifts are pooled together to leverage funding and offer grants with impact, here at home. Donors to the Loudoun Impact Fund serve as volunteer proposal reviewers and make funding recommendations together as a group. Some members are new to grantmaking while others have participated in the grantmaking process for many years. Loudoun Impact Fund grantmakers look forward to learning more about community needs, local programs, and creative solutions in Loudoun County.

Grantmaking Priorities
The Loudoun Impact Fund grant advisors will consider applications to fund services and projects that positively impact one of these three populations: 1) vulnerable or at-risk children and youth; 2) people with disabilities; or 3) older adults in Loudoun County.
Examples of proposed projects and services that may be prioritized for funding include:

  • Basic needs support for low-income, vulnerable, or at-risk children or youth, people with disabilities, and/or older adults, including food, shelter, and housing;
  • Physical and behavioral health and wellness for low-income, vulnerable, or at-risk children and youth, people with disabilities, and/or older adults;
  • Trauma-informed services for low-income, vulnerable, or at-risk children and youth, people with disabilities, and/or older adults, addressing and preventing family violence and/or abuse;
  • Academic and school-readiness support for low-income, vulnerable, or at-risk children and youth;
  • Programs providing high-quality child care for low-income, vulnerable, or at-risk children and youth;
  • Programs providing life-skills, literacy services, job training, and/or employment placement services to low-income, vulnerable, or at-risk youth, people with disabilities, and/or older adults;
  • Youth development and leadership opportunities for low-income, vulnerable, or at-risk children or youth;
  • Programs providing social support, day-support, transportation assistance, and/or respite care for people with disabilities and/or older adults.

The grant award period is considered to be December 1, 2023 – November 1, 2024. Proposed projects, programs and services must be completed within the grant award period.

Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity in good standing with the IRS, school, or faith-based organization (NOTE: The Loudoun Impact Fund can support faith-based organizations; however, it will not support projects that either provide or require religious teachings to its program participants or exclude participants of different faiths.)

Application Deadlines and Reviews
Applications will be accepted starting Tuesday, August 29, 2023, and are due by Friday, September 29, 2023, 5:00 p.m. The Loudoun Impact Fund members will review applications and make funding recommendations to the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors for approval.

Pre-Application Workshop
An optional pre-application workshop was held on Friday, September 8, 2023; view a recording here: https://youtu.be/FZGan3SpbY0?feature=shared.

Grant Size, Notification, Final Reporting
An estimated $75,000-$100,000 will be available for distribution. Grants are expected to range from $5,000 to $15,000; grants of less than $5,000 will be considered. Partial grants may be awarded. Grant awards are anticipated to be announced by December 5, 2023. Grantees will be requested to participate in an in-person grantee and donor reception planned the evening of Tuesday, December 12, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. It is recommended that applicants hold that time on their calendar in advance.

A final report of outputs, outcomes and grant expenses must be provided to the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties by November 1, 2024; all grant funds must be expended before that date. Extensions may be allowed, but must be approved in writing in advance. The grant award period is December 1, 2023 – November 1, 2024.

Application Instructions
Applications are accepted online through our online grant portal here: https://www.grantinterface.com/Home/Logon?urlkey=cflf

Questions?
Contact Nicole Acosta at [email protected].

Final Reports for 2022 Grantees
Final grant reports for 2021 grantees are due by November 1, 2023. Grantees should log into the online grants portal here to complete and submit their final reports.

This grant cycle is now closed for 2023.

Grant Program Summary
The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties now invites Black-led nonprofit organizations serving Loudoun County to apply for mini grants through its 2023 Black-led Nonprofit Grant Program of the Community Foundation’s Racial Equity Fund.

The Black-led Nonprofit Grant Program is made possible through generous support from Google. The Racial Equity Fund was established in 2021 to support grantmaking for emerging and grassroots Black-and-Brown-led nonprofit organizations, equity initiatives in our footprint, and advancement of equity leadership. In this initiative, the fund will focus on providing mini-grants to Black-led nonprofit organizations in Loudoun County. The Black-led Nonprofit Grants program was established with an inaugural grant cycle in 2022 to help address inequities and systemic racism within philanthropy that have historically impacted funding opportunities for Black-led and serving organizations.

Grantmaking Priorities
The Black-led Nonprofit Grant Program seeks to provide general support mini-grants to Black-led organizations serving Loudoun County. Grants will be prioritized for organizations meeting the criteria below and seek to directly serve the Black community in Loudoun. Examples include:

  • Arts, Culture, Historical Preservation, and Humanities
  • Education, Youth Development, and Workforce Development
  • Community Improvement, Capacity Building, and Leadership Advancement
  • Human Services, including organizations addressing behavioral health, basic needs, services for older adults, people with disabilities, and other vulnerable populations
  • Civil Rights, Social Action, and Non-political Advocacy

Grants may also be prioritized for small and/or emerging organizations with budgets under $100,000 as well as returning grantees seeking renewed funding. However, new applicants meeting eligibility criteria are welcome to apply.

Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible, prospective applicants must meet all of these requirements:

  • Have Black leadership in the senior executive position (paid or volunteer)
  • Evidence of a racially and/or ethnically diverse board, staff, steering committee, or other leadership body and/or volunteers in leadership positions
  • 501(c)(3) tax-exempt nonprofit organization or organization using a 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor. The use of a fiscal sponsor from a non-Black-led organization is permitted.
  • Provide direct services in Loudoun County

Application Deadlines and Reviews
Applications are accepted online through the Community Foundation’s online grant portal. New users must create an account to access the application; existing users may log in with their email address and password. Once logged in, click the blue “Apply” button in the section for the Black-led Nonprofit Grant Program 2023 to begin your application.

Applications are due by Friday, August 11, 2023, 5:00 p.m. Applications will be reviewed and considered by a grants advisory committee of community members that includes representation from the Black community.

Pre-Application Workshop
An optional pre-application workshop was held online via Zoom for interested applicants on Wednesday, August 2, at 1:00 p.m. Please use this link to view the recording: https://youtu.be/Ky_a1JQzJOo. The workshop will be recorded and emailed to everyone who registers after the workshop.

Grant Size, Notification, Final Reporting
An estimated $20,000 will be available for distribution. Grants are expected to range between $1,000 – $3,000. Grants will be announced no later than August 31, 2023.

In addition to receiving grant funds, selected grantees will also receive a free admission for one full year (September 2023 through September 2024) to Community Foundation nonprofit programming opportunities, including the Nonprofit Academy, the Social Impact Institute, and the Racial Equity Framework.

All grantees will be required to share the impact of their grant through a survey that will be conducted in September 2024.

Application Instructions
Applications are accepted online through the Community Foundation’s online grant portal. New users must create an account to access the application; existing users may log in with their email address and password. Once logged in, click the blue “Apply” button in the section for the Black-led Nonprofit Grant Program 2023 to begin your application.

Questions?
Contact Nicole Acosta at [email protected] or 703-779-3505, x3.

GRANT GUIDELINES 

The Van Huyck Chockley Family Foundation is a donor advised fund established in 2021 as a component fund of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties that makes grants to fulfill the charitable vision of its founder, Al Van Huyck, and his family.

The Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties now invites nonprofit organizations serving Loudoun County, with special projects focused on environmental conservation and/or historical preservation to apply for mini grants.

Pre-application Requirement

Organizations must contact the donor advisor by email to discuss their proposed project prior to being invited to submit a full proposal.

Eligibility Requirements 

  • Applicants must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity in good standing with the IRS and a nonpartisan organization.
  • Applications must be for $5,000 or less. Only in exceptional circumstances will a larger grant be considered.
  • Applicants must contact donor advisor first to be discuss project before submitting full proposal.
  • All grant requests will be reviewed and recommended by the Van Huyck Chockley Foundation advisors and approved by the Community Foundation.
  • Applications must be submitted through the Community Foundation’s online grant portal and must:
    • Define precisely the purpose of the grant
    • Describe the specific use(s) for which the funding is requested
    • Describe the context within which the grant will be used
    • Identify any additional funds being raised from other sources
    • List the estimated start and completion time of the activity supported by the grant
  • The following general activities will be eligible for grants, though others not listed will be considered if they are of unique value to the mission of the organization:
    • Website development
    • Compensation for speakers, consultants, and outside professionals for specific activities including research
    • Cost of printing, mailing, and other methods of communication of important information for the public
    • Cost of seminars, workshops, or conferences of relevance to the applicant’s mission
    • Purchase of equipment or essential materials
    • Travel costs to attend events where there is potential payoff of vital activity
    • Compensation for organization staff members for a definable specific activity (not general support)

Application Instructions
Applications are accepted online through the Community Foundation’s online grant portal once invited to submit a full proposal.
 
Need Assistance?
Contact Joanne Trimmer at [email protected] or 703-779-3505, x1

Click the button below to download the Community Foundation’s standard grant report form.  For the grant programs listed above, use the dropdown to see specific requirements for reporting as some grants may required different forms than the one below, or forms that must be submitted through our online grants portal.

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