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Impact Grants funded through the County Endowment Re-Granting Program have a $5,000 limit per organization. Up to $60,000 of grant funding is available in this cycle. Focus areas include arts, education, human service, culture, environment, heritage, and health.
The County Endowment Re-Granting Program is funded annually by a percentage of the state’s commercial gaming tax revenue. Because the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine is accredited by the National Council of Foundations and qualified by the Iowa Department of Economic Development, we receive these grant dollars and re-grant them for programs, projects and services enhancing the quality of life in Muscatine County.
Hilda E. Collitz for the Homeless
This bequest provides grants for the use and benefit of those in the Greater Muscatine area to prevent homelessness or who are homeless. Up to $5,000 remains in grant funding for this cycle.
Hilda E. Collitz for Housing
This bequest provides grants for the use and benefit of those in the Greater Muscatine area for the acquisition of land and/or construction of living spaces to prevent families and individuals from homelessness. Preference will be given to Muscatine Habitat for Humanity’s Muscatine County projects. Up to $2,000 remains in grant funding for this cycle.
George Millett Memorial
A gift from the estate of George Millett is used for grants to benefit those with mental disabilities who are residents of Muscatine County. Up to $2,500 remains in grant funding for this cycle.
Ray Hockersmith Memorial
This fund provides grants for the benefit of the blind, vision impaired or disabled children under the age of 15 to experience special recreational activities. Up to $3,000 remains in grant funding for this cycle.
Pat and Jim Powers Endowment
This fund provides grants aimed at providing mental health programs and services. Up to $600 in grant funding is available in this cycle.
Impact Grant Opens July 1, 2019 – Closes August 16, 2019
Muscatine Health Support Fund Grants
The Muscatine Health Support Fund’s mission is to:
… encourage, assist, establish, maintain, and develop in and for the City of Muscatine, IA, and surrounding area, projects to improve the community health and aid the growth & development of the health care system for the community.
The grant is intended to benefit our community’s health care system through:
- Capital improvements
- Pilot or Start-up projects with plans for future funding
- One-time need and medical equipment
Priority will be given to the two community health focus areas identified through the Muscatine County Heath Improvement Plan:
- Mental Health
- Substance Abuse
Up to $40,000 remains in grant funding for this cycle.
Muscatine Health Support Grant
Opens July 1, 2019 – Closes August 16, 2019
West Liberty Community Fund Grants
For West Liberty. By West Liberty.
The Fund allows for a unique opportunity for residents to give back and support the community they care about. The grant is aimed at high impact charitable activities for West Liberty, with a priority given to youth.
Up to $5,000 is available in this granting cycle.
West Liberty Community Fund Grant
Opens July 1, 2019 – Closes August 16, 2019
KNG Gives Grants
Muscatine County youth will benefit from youth-related nutrition support programs supported by KNG Gives created by Kent Nutrition Group.
The specific purpose for creating KNG Gives is to be a social impact program that provide assistance, aid, and financial support to the communities, customers, employees they serve. Kent Nutrition Group is a division of Kent Corporation, a family-owned company, headquartered in Muscatine, IA.
To apply for a grant, the organization must be a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization or governmental entity such as a public school.
All projects must directly support improving youth nutrition in our area.
KNG Gives Grant Application Opens Spring 2020
Grant Application Guidelines
Before you get started consider the following guidelines:
Your proposal must benefit Muscatine County residents.
It must be completed within one year of awarding.
Trips outside of Muscatine County are not traditionally funded.
The Granting Committee may investigate your proposal to ensure its validity or gain additional information. Applications must be received by the deadline date noted on the online grant application.
As a grant recipient, you will be required to provide a final report, send digital photos, and submit receipts to prove your expenditures.
Can I speak with someone if I have questions about applying for a grant?
Contact Jamie Leza, Program Manager, at 563-264-3863 or email@example.com