Grant Application and Process
Proposals should closely follow Claremont Community Foundation (CCF) stated guidelines and instructions. Specific elements of grant proposals could include a case statement, project budget, and letters of support from cooperating individuals or organizations participating in or endorsing the project. Submission instructions and guidelines will be posted on the CCF website once a new grant cycle is announced.
Under current IRS regulations, Community Foundations are only allowed to award grants to nonprofit and government agencies, including education institutions.
The Foundation Sponsors Program was established by the Board of Directors of the Claremont Community Foundation to publicly recognize individuals and businesses for their generous support.
To maximize our positive impact in the community and to exist in perpetuity, the Claremont Community Foundation (CCF) develops and implements programs, and initiatives on an on-going basis.
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Funds for CCF grants are mainly generated by donor-designated and unrestricted contributions from caring individuals, businesses, and organizations in and around Claremont..