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Time is running out for Summit County nonprofits to apply for Summit Foundation grant funding

Summit County nonprofits have until 11:59 p.m. April 13 to submit a grant application to The Summit Foundation before the spring funding cycle ends. 

The foundation, which began awarding funds in 1986, has since given out more than $50 million in grants, scholarships, COVID-19 relief and more, according to a March 27 news release. 

“We know that as our community grows, so does the need for the services our nonprofits provide,” said Community Program Manager Danielle McQueen in a statement. “The Summit Foundation is here to meet the challenge of our growing community, and thanks to our donors, we can enrich the lives of the people we serve.” 



Grants are awarded in four main areas: bright futures, arts and culture, healthy and safe communities, and the environment. The foundation accepts grant applications twice per year, once in the spring and in the fall, though nonprofit organizations may only apply once per year. To submit an application, go to TSFGrants.SMApply.org/.


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