Please see below for 2018 FSACF Grant Cycle
information and the FSACF Newsletter.
FSACF Grant applications are now being accepted
through August 28, 2018.
What is the Fort Scott Area Community Foundation?
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2018 FSACF Grant Cycle Now Open
The Fort Scott Area Community Foundation is thrilled to announce that the amount of grants available for the upcoming 2018/2019 cycle totals $32,000, exceeding last year’s total by $2,000 and $11,000 more than the previous year. Thanks to the generosity of all who contributed to the FSACF general fund, the interest accrued will allow the grant committee more opportunities to benefit the 501c3 applicants who meet the qualifications.
Monies granted to the 18 beneficiaries from last year’s cycle were used for a variety of causes, including helping to purchase medals for Special Olympics’ Bourbon County participants, providing benefits to cancer patients, assisting the Beacon to meet family needs, funding classes for CASA volunteers and purchasing lights for the local pickle ball courts. A full listing of the 2017 grantees may be found here.
The FSACF 2018 Grant Applications was released on Wednesday, August 1, and is now available on the FSACF website, www.fsacf.com, or may be picked up in person at the Chamber of Commerce, 231 E. Wall St. Nonprofits such as churches, governmental entities, or organizations with a 501c3 status are encouraged to apply.
Applications are due by Tuesday, August 28. Acceptance and declination letters will be mailed on Tuesday, October 16. Grants will be awarded at the Foundation’s Chamber Coffee held in the Landmark Bank lobby at Third and Main at 8 A.M. on Thursday, November 1.
You may click here for the 2018 Grant Application.
You may click here for the FSACF website and to learn more about YOUR Community Foundation.
FSACF Welcomes new board members:
Craig Campbell, Sheryl Bloomfield,
Travis Shelton, and Janet Braun.
Departing board members:
Blake Hudson, Lindsay Madison, Dr. Randy Nichols, Dave Martin, and Steve Buerge served their terms with much dedication to our community.
Ask any current or former FSACF board members about the “Good Works” of this foundation,
there’s much to share.
2018-19 Board of Directors
Stephanie Witt, Chair
Barbara Albright, Vice-Chair
Melissa Wise, Treasurer
Dr. Larry Seals