Community grantmaking continues; new cycles open in June

Next round of NCCF affiliates will open grants cycles in late June

While 30 of NCCF's affiliates have opened their grant seasons since February and remain in some stage of the review and decision-making process, the remaining 25 affiliates who are active in grantmaking won't commence until June 27. Stay tuned for more information. For a calendar of when our affiliates open and close their community grantmaking, please visit this page.

Affiliates open community grantmaking programs April 4 in three areas

If you operate a nonprofit in Lenoir County, Randolph County or Moore County, your time has come to apply for a community grant from the affiliates serving these respective areas. Online grants will open Friday, April 4 with deadlines at midnight May 13.

Nonprofits in the Lenoir County area are invited to a grantee workshop April 8 from 11 a.m. to noon. Details here.

This first round of NCCF's community grantmaking began in February and winds up in May. Our next group of affiliates opening community grants programs begins June 27. Visit this page to find our up-to-date calendars for community grantmaking in your county. Calendars are organized both by grant opening date and also in alphabetical order by affiliate name.

For further information, please contact the regional associate serving your area.

Community grantmaking begins Friday, March 28 in these areas

Nonprofits in Granville, Vance, Columbus, Duplin and Robeson counties: our online grantmaking process opens up for you Friday, March 28, with an application deadline of May 6.

Tools and information are available via links above or here. Or please contact the regional associate in charge of your area.

Grant cycles opening March 21 are announced!

Nonprofits serving Franklin, Wake, New Hanover and Onslow  – take note! NCCF affiliates serving your counties begin grantmaking Friday, March 21.

In addition, the Onslow Caring Communities Foundation will host a grantseekers’ workshop on Tuesday, March 25, 10:00 – 11:00 a.m., in Jacksonville City Hall, 815 New Bridge Street, Jacksonville.  The workshop is free, but seating is limited, so attendees should arrive promptly.

Tools and information to help applicants are available via the links above and here. Or please feel free to contact the NCCF regional associate in charge of your area.

Next round of grants begins March 14!

Attention nonprofits operating in AlleghanyAshe, AveryYadkinJohnston and Swain counties! NCCF affiliate foundations serving these counties will open up their competitive community grantmaking programs Friday, March 14, with applications due by April 22. NOTE: Swain's application deadline has been changed to April 29.

Tools and information about online grants here, on linked pages above or contact the NCCF regional associate in charge of your area.

A new round of grants opens March 7!

If your nonprofit operates programming in Beaufort-HydeChowanCraven or Martin counties or the Northern Albemarle area (covering Camden, Gates, Pasquotank and Perquimans counties), our foundation affiliate partners serving these areas begin community grantmaking Friday, March 7, with a deadline of April 15. The Women Givers of Northeast North Carolina also begin their grants cycle March 7, ending April 15.

A free grantseekers workshop also will be held in Craven County March 12. Details here.

Tools and information about online grants here, on linked pages above or contact the NCCF regional associate in charge of your area.

Feb. 28-April 8 cycles:

A new round of community grantmaking begins this week on Friday, Feb. 28:

All of these grants cycles end April 8.

Feb. 21-April 1 cycles

If your nonprofit operates in Watauga, Hoke or Montgomery counties or the Town of Cary, community grantmaking began for you Friday, Feb. 21.

The Watauga County Community Foundation, the Hoke County Community Foundation, the Montgomery County Fund and the Cary Women's Giving Network all have grants cycles that begin Feb. 21 and end April 1.