Now Accepting Grant Applications for Waterville Community Fund

The Community Foundation of North Central Washington is now accepting applications for the Waterville Community Fund Grant which provides funding for innovative programs that help to meet the needs of Waterville and its citizens.

The fund supports a variety of organizations and activities, including arts and culture, civic project, conservation and environment, education, and health and human services. Applicants must be a 501c3 charitable nonprofit or apply under a fiscal sponsorship. 

The Waterville Community Fund was established in 1989 and has awarded over $82,000 in grant funding to organizations that benefit the Waterville community. An advisory committee reviews all applications and recommends grants to the Community Foundation Board of Trustees who will approve all finalists. Applicants are notified of award status in December.

The grant application is only available online – no paper submissions will be accepted. The application deadline is November 30.

For more information, contact Denise Sorom, Director of Community Philanthropy, at 509-663-7716 or email grants@cfncw.org.

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