FRANCES LANGFORD FUND FOR MARTIN COUNTY
2020-2021 GRANT APPLICATION PROCESS & INFORMATION
The Community Foundation Martin – St. Lucie’s Grants Committee policy statement: To partner with the not-for-profit sector by investing in innovative, diverse, and inclusive programs that have a measurable impact on the community.
The Community Foundation Martin – St. Lucie (TCFMSL) is pleased to announce the 2020-2021 grants process.
In response to recent events related to COVID-19, The Community Foundation’s Grants Committee has elected to offer two grant opportunities. One application has been created for organizations in the fields of Arts, Culture and/or Environment. The other application has been created for all other fields of interest.
All applications must demonstrate verifiable need and organizational sustainability. Applications should highlight collective impact possibilities where outcomes will benefit multiple organizations, a broader population, or the community at large. An ideal request will leverage relationships and resources with other entities to make, amplify, and/or magnify change.
- An organization may only submit one application.
- An organization should select the application based on its mission statement. If the organization is a social service organization but, for example, your project is an art-based project, you will submit your application to the All Fields of Interest application.