CFGFW Grant Catalog
The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne’s Grant Catalog is now open to the public! The below organizations have submitted funding requests to the Community Foundation for operational, program, or project funding. The Grant Catalog will be updated regularly with new funding opportunities.
The Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne receives more requests than we can fund on our own. We welcome donations of $100 or greater to help fulfill these requests and sustain the great programs that serve our community. For more information, visit the organization’s website or contact the Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne with any questions.
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We require a minimum donation of $100 to a nonprofit on the grant catalog.
Nonprofits can request to be on our grant catalog by going here: Apply to be on the Grant Catalog!
The Community Foundation is not affiliated with and does not endorse any specific organization, religious belief, or political party.
Employment Savvy Technology has been serving high schoolers with training in technical computer programming skills and requires 10 new laptops plus software. These skills are not offered in their high school curriculum.
Giving Gardens is seeking funding support to purchase school supplies for our Farm & Forest School. Our unique nature-based curriculum incorporates a hands-on, experiential approach and the development of the whole-child.
Science Central hopes to purchase a new exhibit, the Triple Eye Light Stick, to demonstrate "persistence of vision.” In this exhibit, LEDs flash on and off, and the pattern leaves a visual imprint that lingers long enough to form a complete image.
The pandemic has been hard on kids who struggle with learning. Specialty Tutoring is expanding services to meet this overwhelming demand! Help us obtain the supplies needed to help more kids gain skills, confidence, and hope for their future.
AIHS is in need of additional funding to meet the nutritional needs of seniors in our community. Currently, we have over 500 people on our Restaurant Voucher waitlist. This funding will allow us to provide meals to seniors in need.
Funding is needed to replace our 40-year-old platform lift on our 140-year-old headquarters building at 611 W Wayne. We provide housing in 4 apartments for low-income adults. Others need access to our training program.
We need additional Pediatric Kits. These include a pediatric/infant scale, pediatric blood pressure cuffs, oximeters and additional supplies to help support our patients that are children. We could use two more kits at a cost of $2,000 each.