From the Community Foundation of Harford County:
The CFHC Mini-Grants program assists a wide range of organizations, whose programs benefit human services, children, education, health and safety, community development, the environment, and arts and culture. The program provides one-year grants of up to $500 for specific programmatic, operational, or staff projects. Grants are given to nonprofit organizations providing services in Harford County, Maryland. Grants generally range from $250 to $500. In 2016, funds are available for programs that serve children; provide care for animals, particularly cats; serve people who are homeless; address hunger; provide respite care, and serve other general charitable purposes.
Applications must be RECEIVED by May 2, 2016. Guidelines and the application are online at http://cfharfordcounty.org/apply-for-a-grant
Founded in 2007, the Community Foundation of Harford County is a nonprofit organization supported by the community through donations, enabling individuals, families and businesses to leave a legacy to benefit the causes that matter on a local level. In 2014, Community Foundation of Harford County received accreditation from the Community Foundations National Standards Board, the nation’s highest honor for philanthropic excellence. In 2015, The Community Foundation reached $1 million under management. For more information about the Community Foundation of Harford County, visit cfharfordcounty.org or call 443-371-6062.