The Brunswick County Community Foundation has opened its 2013 grant cycle and will accept online applications from local nonprofits until Tuesday, April 9.
The Foundation seeks proposals from Brunswick County organizations in the areas of arts and humanities, education, the environment, health, human services, public and societal benefit, and youth development. Grants are available for non-profit, tax-exempt organizations, religious institutions and government agencies with specific projects addressing these needs in Brunswick County. Please note that funds are not available for individuals or capital campaigns.
This year the Foundation is continuing the online grant application system, and it is only accepting online proposals. Organizations may access the online application system by clicking on the "Applying for grants" link on the lefthand side of this page.
Online training modules
The website also includes links to the updated grant training modules. The three modules guide new and returning grant applicants through the online system. Click here to access these training modules.
The Brunswick County Community Foundation is an affiliate of the North Carolina Community Foundation, and it provides endowment services to a number of funds. Local board members are Karen F. Anderson, Chair; Mark Bachara, Currie Batchelor, Cindy Cheatham, Mike Gildea, David Ollis; Julie Wolfe and Percy Woodard. For more information about the Brunswick County Community Foundation, please contact a local board member or call the North Carolina Community Foundation’s Southeastern office at (910) 509-7256.