The Community Foundation of the Northern Shenandoah Valley will host a free grant training workshop beginning at noon on March 9 via Zoom for nonprofits interested in applying for 2022 CFNSV grants.
2022 grant applications will be available from April 4 and all applications will be due by the May 2 deadline. Grants are available for agencies serving the City of Winchester, Clarke, Frederick and Warren counties.
The Community Foundation will provide grants from the Cochran Family Youth Fund, the Paul and Martha Rees Fund, the Boxley-Fox Endowment Fund and the Chain of Checks Campaign Fund.
The purpose of the Cochran Youth Family Fund grant is to improve the quality of life for children and the communities in which they live by providing financial assistance for educational, athletic, academic, social, civic and community activities.
Paul and Martha Rees Fund grants are available to nonprofit organizations with dedicated programs that benefit citizens.
Grants from the Boxley-Fox Endowment Fund support a wide range of artistic endeavors from theater to architecture and sculpture to music, as well as the acquisition of historic land and other real estate, furniture, of papers and art for preservation and public display.
Chain of Checks Campaign Fund grants support a wide range of dedicated programs that benefit citizens of the North Shenandoah Valley.
Nonprofits wishing to apply for 2022 grants should do so through the Foundation’s grants portal. Nonprofits must register now to access the apps. The website link can be found through the grants portal tab on its website at www.cfnsv.org. Information: 540-869-6776.