The Foundation is seeking proposals from Onslow County nonprofit organizations in support of broad charitable purposes in the areas of arts and humanities, education, the environment, health, human services, public and societal benefit, youth development and race relations.  Strong consideration will be given to projects that build charitable capacity for the non-profit through such efforts as board training, staff development, strategic planning, and efforts that promote sustainable funding for the organization.  Collaborative efforts are strongly encouraged.  Grants are not available for capital campaigns, capital improvements or for individuals. 

       Grant applications are available on the Onslow Caring Communities Foundation website by clicking on the "Apply for grants" link on the left-had side of this page.  The Foundation will only accept online applications, and the deadline is Friday, April 27.

       The Onslow Caring Communities Foundation will host a grantseekers’ workshop on Monday, March 5, 2:00-3:00 p.m. in Jacksonville City Hall, 815 New Bridge Street, Jacksonville, NC.  The workshop is free, but seating is limited, so attendees should arrive promptly.

      In 1999, a group of committed Onslow County citizens came together to establish the Onslow Caring Communities Foundation.  Since then, the Foundation has enjoyed tremendous success, establishing 20 charitable endowed funds for important Onslow County non-profit causes and building a local philanthropic asset base of more than $3.8 million.  Local board members are Steve Wangerin (President), Budda Howard, Kern Everett, Dr. Todd Fischer, Glenn Hargett, Rod Martin, Dr. Kenneth Morgan, Sr., Debbi Ray Rouse, Julee Efird Sewell, John Stevenson, Neil Thompson, Boyd Tisdale and Dr. Greg Williams. 

     Anyone wishing to learn more about the Onslow County Community Foundation may contact a local board member or call the North Carolina Community Foundation’s Southeastern office at 910-509-7256.

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