Phillips County Community Foundation is a cooperating collection of the Foundation Center (http://foundationcenter.org).

As a member of this nationwide network of libraries, community foundations and other nonprofit agencies, the Foundation provides free public access to grantmaker directories, books on fundraising and nonprofit management, and the Foundation Center’s electronic database, The Foundation Directory Online. The fully searchable database includes detailed profiles of all active U.S. foundations, as well as an extensive file on recent grants awarded by the nation’s top funders.

How can it help?

  • Research potential funders

  • Learn to write successful proposals

  • Find detailed profiles for foundations
    and corporate givers

  • Explore topics related to philanthropy,
    volunteerism and fundraising

Hours
Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 1:30 pm

 

Schedule a time to learn how to use the database by
calling 785.540.4110 or emailing Morris Engle at
pccf@ruraltel.net

UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT:

FUNDRAISING EVENT MATCHING GRANT PROGRAM 

 

Purpose: To provide matching funds to a Phillips County non-profit for an eligible fundraising event 

Program Schedule:   

  • Applications are accepted throughout the year 

  • Application must be submitted prior to the fundraising event 

  • Application must be submitted by the 1st of the month to be considered that month 

  • Access to the application:    

 

Eligibility: Non-profits, government entities, schools, and churches.  

 

Areas of Interest:   

•    Public space: enhancement, renovation or upgrade of a public space, park, or recreation area
•    Health Care: a healthcare initiative for a specified group or all Phillips County residents
•    Education: a non-traditional education initiative
•    Public Health and Safety: a project to improve public health, safety, or security for a specified group
•    Other category: a project designed to enhance the quality of life or address an issue of concern not covered under another category

 

We do not support grants to:


•    Organizations that discriminate with regard to age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin, religious affiliation, or presence of a disability.
•    Activities or purchases that occur prior to grant decisions
•    Endowments, debt reduction, or general operating expenses in connection with reoccurring community services
•    Individuals
•    Political activities
•    Religious organizations when funds would be used in whole or in part to further the organization’s religious purposes.
•    Expendable items that are a major portion of a grant’s costs or the focus of a project. 
•    Annual campaigns, events, tickets, and “Match Day” programs.
•    Re-granting programs or service club projects
•    National and statewide organizations that cannot demonstrate a local presence.

 

Amount: $ 500 limit 

 

Follow-up Report: Required of each grant recipient. 

UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT:

PROJECT GRANT PROGRAM 

Purpose: To provide project funding to eligible non-profits in Phillips County.  

 

Program Schedule:   

  • Applications are accepted throughout the year 

  • Application must be submitted by the 1st of the month to be considered that month 

  • Access to the application:       

 

Eligibility: Non-profits, government entities, schools, and churches.  

 

Areas of Interest:   

•    Public space: enhancement, renovation or upgrade of a public space, park, or recreation area
•    Health Care: a healthcare initiative for a specified group or all Phillips County residents
•    Education: a non-traditional education initiative
•    Public Health and Safety: a project to improve public health, safety, or security for a specified group
•    Other category: a project designed to enhance the quality of life or address an issue of concern not covered under another category

 

We do not support grants to:


•    Organizations that discriminate with regard to age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin, religious affiliation, or presence of a disability.
•    Activities or purchases that occur prior to grant decisions
•    Endowments, debt reduction, or general operating expenses in connection with reoccurring community services
•    Individuals
•    Political activities
•    Religious organizations when funds would be used in whole or in part to further the organization’s religious purposes.
•    Expendable items that are a major portion of a grant’s costs or the focus of a project. 
•    Annual campaigns, events, tickets, and “Match Day” programs.
•    Re-granting programs or service club projects
•    National and statewide organizations that cannot demonstrate a local presence.

 

Amount: $2,500 limit 

 

Follow-up Report: Required of each grant recipient. 

DANE G. HANSEN COMMUNITY GRANTS

 

The Dane G. Hansen Foundation, Logan, KS, is partnering with the Phillips County Community Foundation to facilitate grants to improve the quality of life for communities in North Central Kansas.


Applications will be considered for the following projects:

 

  • Education: Enhance the learning environment and expands opportunities for students. Provides increased self-reliance on personal life skills and the creation of a capable workforce.

  • Health Care: Enhance access to quality health care services or promotes healthy life practices.

  • Community Social services & Security: Enhance access to social services needed for individuals with special needs or supports systems to provide community disaster relief and general community emergencies.

  • Conservation & Environment: Support efforts to improve and maintain high air and water quality, appreciation for our natural environment or enhances economic and social benefits or outdoor resources.

  • Arts & Culture: Provide cultural and artistic opportunities to enhance the quality of life for local residents and/or to encourage tourism and the exchange of ideas.

  • Community Beautification: Support efforts to improve and maintain public spaces to enhance community ride and encourage socialization among residents.

 

**Preference will be given to applications that come from Phillips County Strategic Doing process and applications that include community involvement and volunteerism.

 

We do not support grants to:


•    Organizations that discriminate with regard to age, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, national origin, religious affiliation, or presence of a disability.
•    Activities or purchases that occur prior to grant decisions
•    Endowments, debt reduction, or general operating expenses in connection with reoccurring community services
•    Individuals
•    Political activities
•    Religious organizations when funds would be used in whole or in part to further the organization’s religious purposes.
•    Expendable items that are a major portion of a grant’s costs or the focus of a project. 
•    Annual campaigns, events, tickets, and “Match Day” programs.
•    Re-granting programs or service club projects
•    National and statewide organizations that cannot demonstrate a local presence.

All applicants will need to complete a grant application form through the online grant system through the Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation.  

 

"Log In or Create an Account” to get started.

NOTE: Phillips County Community Foundation has partnered with Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation to manage the Hansen Community Grants.You will need to create a NEW login the first time you apply for a grant after September 15, 2018.

FINAL REPORTS:

 

If you are a grant recipient prior to September 2018 and needing to submit your final report, click below and login with your previous login credentials.

 

 

(785) 540-4110

205 F St, Phillipsburg, KS 67661, USA

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