Eligible nonprofits can submit a Letter of Inquiry by Oct. 1, through Foundations Community Partnership’s website.
“Nonprofits are an essential component in delivering essential services to the most vulnerable people in our communities,” said Abigail Halloran, Chair of FCP’s Board of Directors.
“Supporting innovative ideas and impactful programs has been at the core of our grantmaking since 2007.”
Annually, BIIG and CAP grant cycles offer $200,000 in support for innovative programs and services as well as structural facility improvements and technology upgrades that will have a positive impact on Bucks County’s children, young adults, and families. For more information about these grant opportunities, visit fcpartnership.org/grants.
Last spring, FCP’s Board of Directors awarded 12 BIIG and six CAP grants. Collectively, these 18 non-profit recipients served 22,258 Bucks County residents by expanding services and infrastructure.
Learn more about the fall grant cycles and more at Foundations Community Partnership.