The Community Foundation of Noble County offers grants to nonprofits for charitable projects serving Noble County. We award grants to applicants in a variety of organization types and areas of interest, with the overarching goal of improving the quality of life in Noble County – for good, forever
The Foundation intends for grants to fund innovative or creative projects with significant impact on the community served by the nonprofit. Grants are awarded based on a competitive grant application process. Nonprofit organizations serving Noble County are eligible to apply.
To better suit the needs of our community and provide more impactful grantmaking, non-profit organizations can apply to one of the following:
- Community Impact Grants
- G. Martin Kenney Memorial Fund
- Hagen Family Advised Fund
- P.U.L.S.E. of Noble County
Before you get started, please review our Available Grants page for an overview of each grant fund.
The Foundation has an online grant application process. Organizations seeking a grant may apply by clicking the link below. You will need to create an account to enable saving of your application. You will be asked to upload a few documents; we recommend you have them readily available in PDF or Microsoft Office format.
- Operating Budget
- Program/Project Budget
- List of organization’s current board of directors
- A copy of your organization’s IRS 501c3 verification letter.
- Cover letter
Note: Our grant cycles are competitive and full consideration is given to each proposal and applicants may only have one open grant at a time.
Community Impact Grants, G. Martin Kenney Memorial Fund, and Hagen Family Advised Fund deadlines are:
March 2, July 2, and November 2
P.U.L.S.E. of Noble County deadlines: January 5 & September 5
Application must be submitted via our online process by deadline.
Questions about the Foundation’s grant process can be directed to Margarita White, Program Director at Margarita@cfnoble.org or 260-894-3335.