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Collaborative Grant applications available for Delaware nonprofits

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This year, Delaware Community Foundation’s Collaborative Grants will be awarded for projects involving a collaboration of two or more nonprofits within a single county. This year, the DCF will also ask applicants to include reference to DCF’s new community indicators website, DelawareFocus.org.

The DCF expects to award one grant in each county. The maximum request per application is $100,000. Grant workshops will be held in early September in Wilmington and Georgetown. Applications are available at delcf.org/grants. The deadline is September 30.

The DCF will conduct optional grant-writing workshops in September for prospective applicants. Space is limited.

Kent & Sussex County

Thursday, Sept. 8, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., DCF Office

36 The Circle, Georgetown, DE  19947

RSVP to Kelly Sheridan, ksheridan@delcf.org

New Castle County

Tuesday, Sept 13, 8:30 to 10:30 a.m., Community Service Building, Room 105

100 W. 10th St., Wilmington, DE 19801

RSVP to Beth Bouchelle, bbouchelle@delcf.org

Past Collaborative Grants have supported projects including the Challenge Program’s Eastside Rising Workforce Development program, Big Brothers Big Sisters and Wilmington Community Schools Mentoring Partnership program, the Food Bank of Delaware’s Milford Culinary School program, and La Red Health Center’s comprehensive case management program for the homeless.

 

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