All applications are submitted online, you can click on each grant below to learn more about guidelines and eligibility. Carefully read the information before submitted a grant.
This grant provides funding for Carroll, Haralson, and Heard counties nonprofit, faith-based, and/or government entities in the areas of art and culture, education, economic development, human services, environment, and medical and hospice. Since this grant opportunity has started, we have raised over $4.7 million that goes directly into our community!
As part of the Alice Huffard Richards grants this opportunity provides funds for public school music, art, and drama programs located in Carroll, Haralson, and Heard counties. For grades Pre-K through 12. Funds can be used to purchase supplies, supplemental teaching material, or secure the services of an outside artist. This grant provides students interesting experiences with the arts. Some exclusions apply.
This grant program is designed to inspire and support creative problem solving. Selected grantees will receive up to $25,000 (renewable for up to two years) to implement their project ideas, creating models of innovation for the three-county region. Learn more here.
This grant providies funds for capital investments to predominantly African American churches in Carroll County. Priority will be given to churches that have limited ability to raise funds above normal operating costs. Funding priorities will be primarily for brick and mortar projects that will improve the physical condition of the churches and help them better serve their congregation and the community. This grant can not fund furnishings (i.e. chairs, pews, etc.) or parking lots. This grant can only fund projects for Church owned property, not leased property or buildings.
This grant provides funds for direct services to veterans in Carroll County. Ms. Davis’ passion and drive made her a pillar in the community. After her passing, she is still helping neighbors in her community with a fund that has become an important part of CFWG. TDRF was established in 2009 to both honor the life work of Ms. Davis and provide a permanent fund to assist veterans and their families.
POP works to provide funds for women and children’s initiatives in Carroll, Haralson, and Heard counties. The POP fund fosters activism and volunteerism in our community in order to focus on the local needs of women and children. POP not only promotes philanthropy within the community, but betters the community through strengthening community relations.