The Community Foundation of the Ozarks has 49 affiliate foundations serving towns, counties and regions across the southern portion of Missouri. For information about local scholarships and grants for your community, please contact the nearest local Community Foundation. Grantmaking specifics, when available, are listed below. Otherwise contact your foundation’s contact person to inquire about grant rounds in your area.
For additional information please contact Brenda Ledgerwood, Vice-President, at (417) 270-0805 or email@example.com.
Community Grantmaking Program
Contact Nancy Curless, BCCF President, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to download an application to apply for a Benton County Community Foundation community grant. The document includes the application, policies, procedures, a budget worksheet and the scoring criteria used by the scoring committee.
Contact Kelly Parson, (417) 326-5201; or email@example.com
Contact Mary Heywood at (573) 732-4655; or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Cape Area Community Foundation accepts applications for periodic grant rounds. The next deadline is TBA.
Please view the online application here.
The application period for the Carthage Community Foundation’s Spring 2017 Community Grant Round is now closed.
Vivian Leon Fund for the Musical Arts
The Vivian Leon Fund for the Musical Arts was established by the Missouri Southern International Piano Competition to honor Mrs. Vivian Leon, the longtime director of MSIPC. The goal of the fund is to encourage and assist in the presentation of classical music with an emphasis on piano performance. Eligible applicants are 501(c)3 not-for-profit organizations, schools and colleges that offer classical music programs with an emphasis on piano performance to the community and schools in Jasper and Newton Counties.
The Vivian Leon Fund makes grants once a year. The next round will be in Spring2018.
Cassville Community accepts grant applications from June 1st to September 1st. Not-for profit 501(c)3 organizations that serve Cassville and its surrounding area are invited to apply.
The grant application deadline is September 1st. Organizations that submit a written application will be required to present their proposal to the granting committee in mid-September. Those selected for grant funding will be contacted by late September and are requested to attend a special check presentation in late October.
Crawford County Foundation, Inc. Grantmaking Brochure
For more information on our upcoming matching grant opportunity, view our informative brochure.
Crawford County Foundation, Inc. Matching Grant Application
To complete an application for the upcoming matching grant opportunity, view our application (.doc):
Agreement to submit follow-up report
If you receive a grant, please download, sign and return this form agreeing to submit a follow-up report to your award
Contact David Cramer at (417) 875-5296; or email@example.com.
For additional information, please contact Bill Monday, President, at (417) 345-2251.
The Dent County Community Foundation will soon open applications for its 2017 community grant cycle.
The Douglas County Community Foundation accepts grant applications on a rolling basis. Applications must be submitted online via the link below.
Please e-mail Janice Lorrain, President,with questions.
The EDSCF is not currently accepting grant applications.
For additional information, contact Jackie Barger, (417) 818-1166; or firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, contact Bart Toedtmann at (573) 486-5429; or e-mail email@example.com.
For more information, contact Stacy Coulsell, President, at (417) 745-6939; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Carol Silvey at (417) 256-4725.
Contact Charles Cantrell at (417) 934-2226; or email@example.com.
For more information, contact Alice Wingo, Vice President of Regional Advancement, at (417) 864-6199; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For additional information, please go to www.communityfoundationofthelake.org
For additional information, please contact Renee Galer, President, at (417) 232-4975 or email@example.com
Applications are now being accepted for the MACF’s 2017 community grant round.
Click below for your preferred application; printed apps must be returned to the Marshfield Area Community Foundation during the application period.
This round is currently closed.
The Monett Area Community Foundation supports only organizations and projects serving the Monett area.
Please complete the following application form and return it with requested attachments to the Monett Area Community Foundation at the above address. Responses should be printed or typed in the spaces provided. If you have questions, you may contact Suzette Huntress, President, at (417) 235-6610; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications for the spring 2017 grant round are due March 31, 2017.
For additional information please contact, Steve Fairchild, President, at email@example.com
NACF grant applications are currently closed. Click here to view most recent application.
The NCF has closed applications for 2016. You can view the most recent application here.
For more information: Contact Shannon Grus, President, at (573) 764-4791; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ozark County Community Foundation Grant Application, download here (PDF format).
For more information, contact Matt Winters, Ozark Foothills Regional Planning Commission, at (573) 785-6402; or email@example.com.
The Republic Community Foundation supports organizations and projects serving the Republic area. You can download Microsoft Word and PDF version of the RCF grant application and the Community Service Award below.
Contact Randolph Maness, President, at (573) 996-3814.
For more information: Contact Brian VanFosson, President – Citizens Bank of Rogersville at (417) 753-2836; or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Gary Turner at (417) 825-3036; or email@example.com.
Direct Grant Applicants:
The SGCCF Board of Directors meets periodically to review new proposals for a wide variety of beneficial programs. The SGCCF welcomes new applications for our direct grants (via the General Grant application below) at any time. If you have a charitable need that could possibly be assisted by a gift from the Community Foundation, please click here for an application form.
Community Development Fund (CDF)
2017 Grant Application Period is Open
The members of the Ste. Genevieve County Community Development Fund Review Committee recently announced the application period for 2017 CDF and EDF grant applications. Grant applications must be postmarked by December 31, 2016 to be considered for the 2017 grant review cycle. Eligible grant applicants include government entities and not-for-profit organizations serving the residents and communities of Ste. Genevieve County. Nonprofit organizations must enclosed a copy of their federal IRS 501(c)3 letter issued in the name of the organization. Organizations who have received past grant funds will need to submit their expense reports before completing a new grant application. 2017 Grant applications may be obtained at the Ste. Genevieve County Courthouse or downloaded below.
The Ste. Genevieve County Community Development Fund is a program made possible through a generous donation by Holcim (US) Inc. The fund addresses important community needs through a yearly round of grants. Each year, the fund awards grants to community nonprofits and governmental agencies for programs and initiatives that address issues ranging from public safety to health and human services.
To apply for the next grant cycle of the Community Development Fund from the Ste. Genevieve County Community Foundation, please click below for an application.
2017 CDF Grant Application
Eligible applicants are asked to submit applications by December 31, 2016 for consideration in the 2017 Community Development Fund (CDF) grant cycle.
2017 Economic Development Fund Grant Application
To apply for consideration as an Economic Development grant, please use this form for consideration in the Economic Development Fund grant review cycle.
The St James Area Community Foundation supports organizations and projects serving the St James area.
Please complete the following application form and return it with requested attachments to the St James Area Community Foundation at the above address. Responses should be printed or typed in the spaces provided. If you have questions, you may contact Board Chair Judy Cavender at 573-261-1050 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
STJCFO Grant Application (PDF format).
STJCFO Grant Application (MS Word format).
For more information, contact Charles Haywood at (417) 343-9171; or email@example.com
Applications for the fall Stockton Community Foundation grant cycle will be accepted beginning March 15.
Deadline for applications is 5 p.m. May 1, and the grant committee will review them no later than May 15.
Applications must be through a 501(c)3 or taxing entity, so collaboration is encouraged. Some of the different programs funded in the past include the Tiger Tasters Backpack Program, Stockton Trails Initiative Coalition, special education classroom, Korth Senior Center, Parents as Teachers, Stockton Area Ministerial Alliance, accelerated reading program and many more.
For more information, call Alicia Bough at 417-276-9949 or Marilyn Ellis at 276-4211.
Apply for a Stockton Community Foundation Grant online by clicking here.
Before applying, please read our grantmaking timeline and procedures. Click here
The primary role for the Table Rock Lake Community Foundation (TRLCF) is to establish endowed funds for the purpose of funding a community grant-making program, which addresses the most important needs of the community at any given time. This flexibility is made possible by charitable donors who have established funding programs and have placed the decision-making action in the hands of community leaders serving on the TRLCF Board of Directors. Grant applications accepted June 1 through August 15. The application materials can be downloaded below.
If you have questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Truman Lake Community Foundation supports organizations and projects serving the Henry County and Truman Lake area.
Grant application deadlines are Feb. 28 and Aug. 31 of each year.
All TLCF grant applications must now be filled out and submitted online.
The Clinton Youth Empowerment Project also makes youth-oriented grants to Clinton-area programs.
For additional information, please contact Joanne White, Secretary, at (417) 256-4433.
For additional information, please contact Allison Greenwade, President, at (417) 742-2700.
For additional information, contact the Willow Springs Community Foundation at 417-469-1400