For the 2020 Community Recovery and Nonprofit Support Grants Cycle, the Community Foundation offered both program and operating support requests. Operating support provides flexible funding to be used by the organization for any financial needs including, but not limited to: utilities, rent, programs and services, staff, etc. Program support requests are focused on a specific project or program the organization offers. The CFJC Grants Committee felt offering both of these application types would be beneficial to our nonprofit organizations who have been burdened by increased demands in services and changes in service provision due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Previously Awarded Grants
2020 Community Recovery & Nonprofit Support Grants
2020 Emergency Response Grants
On March 16, 2020, the Community Foundation of Johnson County activated our emergency response fund with a commitment of $25,000 to assist with our community’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. The Community Foundation awarded $164,871.66 in emergency funding to 35 local nonprofit organizations thanks to the generosity of individuals, families, businesses and charitable foundations who made gifts of support to the Emergency Response Fund.
The Emergency Response Fund provides flexible resources to nonprofit organizations in Johnson County working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by coronavirus and the economic consequences of this outbreak.
2019 Grants Awarded
The 2019 granting program commenced with the annual grant award luncheon on October 16, 2019 the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center. The Community Foundation facilitated the funding of 65 grants to 57 Johnson County nonprofits totaling $312.433.58.