July 25, 2014
The Cockrell Foundation makes grants in the Houston area and to a lesser extent, programs across the rest of Texas. The Foundation is interested in programs that promote health and provide social services. Annual campaigns, building funds, capital campaigns, matching funds and special projects are all possible targets for grant making. There are no deadlines for applications, but the next review period begins in the fall, so start now! To learn more, click here.
The Winston-Salem Foundation funds community development projects in the Forsyth County area. Grants can fund capacity-building, programmatic development and capital campaigns of projects that seek to increase social capital. Grant applications are accepted on the first business day of odd-numbered months. To learn more, click here.
The Women’s Impact Fund makes grants in Mecklenburg County of North Carolina in five focus areas, including education and health and human services. Five grants are made yearly, and the letter of inquiry phase of the application process will begin in late August. Click here to learn more.
The Wyoming Community Foundation makes grants in the state of Wyoming to programs that support community building. Awards generally range between $500 and $5,000, and are made three times a year. The upcoming cycle has a deadline for applications of Nov. 1. For more information on the application process, click here.