Celebrating the Centennial of Community Foundations in America, 1914-2014
Jackson Community Foundation Announces MACI Youth Endowment Fund Request for Proposals
The MACI Youth Endowment Fund is pleased to announce it will award grants up to $10,000 in a Request for Proposals (RFP) that focuses on County-wide education programs and projects for youth in Jackson County. The MACI Youth Endowment Fund has supported youth-related, county-wide projects since its inception in 1995 and feels privileged to be able to help the community in which they operate as a corporate citizen. All grant applications are due by 5 PM on Monday, April 28, 2014.
According to Monica Moser, JCF President & CEO, “The Foundation is excited to be able to offer some unique grantmaking opportunities like those supported by the MACI Youth Endowment Fund that enables us to honor county-wide programs and projects that benefit youth in Jackson County. We are fortunate to have individuals in our community who support the causes that matter to them and to Jackson. This RFP exemplifies the way the Jackson Community Foundation can serve an organization’s desire to give back and the community at the same time.”
Spring is the perfect time to grow your legacy!
We have a winner! Today on JTV Live, Ric Walton, Emeritus Trustee and Monica Moser, President & CEO, drew our winning entry for the "MARCH IS READING MONTH" $1,000 grant contest! The winner is Susan Nash of Western School District and her project
"Brainiac Books". We would like to thank the Eric B. Walton Family fund and the Robinson Family fund,component funds of the Foundation, that made this grant possible. Watch for April's surprise grant to celebrate Arbor Day and the 100th Anniversary of Community Foundations!
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