Announcing – 2021 Grants from our Field of Interest Funds
The Kenosha Community Foundation has awarded 24 grants totaling $51,241 to non-profit organizations and projects that serve Kenosha County residents from four of its Field of Interest Funds charitable funds – the LaFave Family Fund, the OMC Legacy Fund, Women’s Fund, and the Kenosha Arts Fund.
Proposals for 2021 CBK Small Grants due Friday, Jan. 15
The Foundation is now accepting applications for 2021 awards from the CBK Small Grant program, welcoming applications for funding of projects/initiatives in one or more of the following areas: the arts, culture, nature, and the environment.
The deadline for applications is January 15, 2021. All applications must be submitted through an on-line Google form.
Not-for-profit organizations, government agency, and/or educational institution can apply for the 2021 CBK grant program. The award can be used as a contribution to an existing project/initiative OR to help start a new program/initiative.
Now Accepting – Applications for 2021 Scholarship Programs
The Mary Lou and Arthur F. Mahone Fund is offering the following scholarship opportunities to all eligible Kenosha Unified School District High Schools, Christian Life, and St. Joseph Catholic Academy High School seniors pursuing their education at a two-year or four-year institution:
Visit mahonefund.org for details on the 2021 Mahone Fund Scholarships.
We are also now accepting applications for the following scholarships:
Results of our 2020 Needs Assessment Survey Reveals #WhatIsNeededNowKenosha
In November, the Foundation partnered with the United Way of Kenosha County conducted an of our local not-for-profit organizations to better understand the impacts of 2020’s events on their operations.