CCF’s Community Fund Grants Program – US
The Cambridge Community Foundation (CCF) is seeking applications for its Community Fund Grants Program to support nonprofits that address local challenges and foster opportunities across the community.
These investments in education and out of school time, economic security and opportunity, early childhood, racial equity, health and mental health, urgent and basic needs, senior services, civic engagement, immigrant services and arts and culture are supported by contributions to the Cambridge Endowment — their Community Fund.
The Cambridge Endowment is a pool of funds built by donors over a century supporting their visionary goals of shared prosperity, social equity, and cultural richness in Cambridge.
Income from these funds is pooled to make grants that ensure a vibrant, thriving, and inclusive Cambridge where everyone can enjoy opportunity and a good quality of life.
Recognizing their community is still dealing with the impacts of the pandemic and nonprofits are struggling to meet pressing needs of community members, the Cambridge Community Foundation offers flexible funding, allowing grant recipients to use the funds at their discretion, including for general operating expenses.
Available to eligible 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations or entities operating under the fiscal sponsorship of a tax-exempt nonprofit, that serve the people of Cambridge. Individuals are not eligible.
For more information, visit https://cambridgecf.org/ccf-community-fund-grant-application-2/