Cass County Community Foundation announces $225,000 available for competitive grants for local non-profits; letters of intent due June 21, 2024

Last Updated on May 23, 2024 by Cass County Community Foundation


The Cass County Community Foundation Board of Directors is excited to announce that the funds available for community grants to Cass County non-profits during the 2024 grant cycle is a record high.

CCCF President Deanna Crispen announced that the Foundation has made up to $225,000 available for this year’s competitive grants. When making the announcement, Crispen stated, “As we look back, the impact of our grantmaking can be witnessed throughout the county. We have continued to enjoy substantial growth over the last thirty plus years, increasing our grant money from approximately $19,000 just 20 years ago to $225,000 this year. Our board has continued to work diligently to grow our funds so that every year we can offer more back to the community for important projects. This year’s pool of $225,000 is a $25,000 increase over 2023 and the nineteenth consecutive year that the Foundation has increased the amount available.”

Thanks to generous donations from Cass County citizens, as well as effective stewardship and fiscal management of unrestricted funds, CCCF has continued to consistently meet the community’s needs through awarding grants. Non-profit, 501(c) (3) organizations serving Cass County are encouraged to apply for funding for projects which benefit the community and improve the quality of life in Cass County.

A free grant-writing workshop was held Tuesday May 21, 2024, at the Cass County Community Foundation building. Workshop attendance is not a requirement to apply for a grant.

Guidelines and instructions may be picked up at the CCCF office, 729 E. Market Street, downtown Logansport, or downloaded from the Foundation website ( The deadline to return completed letter of intent materials is June 21, 2024.

For information about the application process, contact the CCCF office at 574-722-2200.

SOURCE: News release from Cass County Community Foundation

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