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Stark Community Foundation is accepting grant proposals for its SummerTime Kids initiative until 4:30 p.m. on March 11.
SummerTime Kids provides grants up to $2,000 to imaginative and unique summer programs. Guided by a volunteer committee and Foundation staff, SummerTime Kids awards approximately $70,000 each year to fund various programs, including museum trips, day camps, summer reading programs and backpack giveaways.
In order to be considered for funding, eligible applicants must be a tax-exempt private agency, 501(c)(3) organization (that is recognized as a public charity) or government entity and provide services to the Stark County community. Preference will be given to summer programs that:
To apply and learn more about the Foundation’s grantmaking instructions and policies, visit www.starkcf.org and click on the Grants and Scholarships tab. Grant recipients will be announced in early May.
SummerTime Kids grants are made possible through the generous support of Stark Community Foundation donors who want to make a difference in the community. Since inception in 1992, SummerTime Kids has provided more than $1.5 million in support of youth summer programs.
For more information, contact Grants Administrator Dana S. Johnson at 234-458-2915 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Stark Community Foundation
Stark Community Foundation is the community’s trusted partner in giving to more than 850 individuals, families, businesses and nonprofits that have created charitable funds to support causes they care about. Ranked in the top 10 percent of community foundations in the United States today, Stark Community Foundation is committed to serving donor needs and strategically addressing local issues. Since it was established in 1963, the Foundation and its family of donors have granted more than $215 million to nonprofits. Learn how you can simplify your giving and amplify your impact through our Center for Partners in Philanthropy at www.starkcf.org.