Deadline for Custer County Foundation Grant Applications Fast Approaching

Deadline for Custer County Foundation Grant Applications Fast Approaching
Photo: Central Plains Center for Services, in partnership with Custer County Sixpence and Central Nebraska Medical Clinic (CNMC), received a grant from the Foundation to establish a "Reach Out to Read” literacy program. Pictured here with some of the books that will be “prescribed” to families. L-R: Lindsay Cook, CCF; Michaela Schweitzer, Sixpence; Jennifer Nielsen, CNMC; Tess Sinner, CNMC; Deena Gibson, Sixpence.

CUSTER COUNTY–The deadline to submit grant applications to the Custer County Foundation is October 31, 2020, according to a press release from the Custer County Foundation Executive Director Lindsay Cook.

The goal of the Custer County Foundation is to improve the quality of life in the Custer County area by supporting the needs of the communities. Any nonprofit organization that falls under the guidelines of the Foundation’s grant policy can apply for a grant from the Foundation. Funds are usually granted in the areas of civic, culture, health, education, environment and social services.

Grant applications are accepted throughout the year and will be considered at the end of two closing dates. The next deadline coming up is October 31st.

Applications may be downloaded from the Custer County Foundation website: www.custercountyfoundation.org, then click on Grants. Or stop by the Foundation office located at 403 South 9th Avenue in Broken Bow.

Applications may be dropped off at the Foundation office during regular office hours, which are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. or sent via the U.S. mail. Applications need to be postmarked by October 31, 2020.

To contact the Foundation, call 308-872-2232 or email custerfoundation@msn.com.

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