CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT or LOG-IN TO OUR NEW SYSTEM HERE!

The Community Foundation has gone digital! Inquiries and applications to our granting programs can now be completed on-line. If you do not have access to a computer, or if you do not feel comfortable with your on-line application skill-level, please contact Tina Barber, Program Officer at 607-772-6773. Please do not submit a paper application unless you have been instructed to do so after speaking with Tina.

Before you begin the application process, you must create an account for your organization. To create an account, visit our log-in page.

Below, please find the link to a tutorial that will help you navigate this step. Your organization will only be required to register once and thereafter will be able to access the system by logging-in with the password you’ve created. If you are with a large organization, you may create multiple accounts as long as you clearly designate the department that you are representing. (e.g. Tioga Opportunities-Family Planning or Broome County Council of Churches-CHOW)

Learn how to create an account for your organization here
Learn how to start an application here

The Broome County Housing Trust Fund welcomes proposals for projects or programs, from qualified non-profits in Broome County NY or serving Broome County NY, “that will aim to increase housing stability in our community, especially for low-income, marginalized, individuals and communities of color. Applicants will be expected to explain how their projects, programs, or organizations will impact local housing concerns and how they will collaborate with the neighborhoods or populations they seek to serve.”
Guidelines for the Broome County Housing Trust Fund 

The Racial Justice and Equity Fund welcomes proposals from qualified non-profit 501c.3 organizations that seek to provide projects or programs that build community dialogue, increase the capacity of Black-led organizations supporting historically underserved communities, promote racial justice and equity, and counteract systemic racism, in the region served by the Foundation. New or established organizations, programs and projects serving Black, Indigenous and/or People of Color, are all invited to apply. 2022 Guidelines will be posted in early fall. 

The Community Grants Program will award up to $100,000 twice a year, in the spring and fall. The process is competitive and the maximum award to an organization is $20,000. The deadlines for submission of the LOI are Monday February 21, 2022 and Monday August 15, 2022 for the spring and fall grants cycles respectively.   If invited to submit a full application, the deadlines for submission of a full application are Wednesday March 23, 2022 and Wednesday September 21, 2022.  

2022 Community Grants Program Guidelines

The Arts and Culture Fund provides grants to organizations whose primary purpose is for the practice, performance and interpretation of the arts. Inquiries should be made two weeks before the application deadline which is Monday March 28, 2022.

2022 Arts and Culture Fund Guidelines

The Small Grants Program is for organizations in our 5-county region requesting up to $5,000. Applications are considered 6 times per year. Applications are due by the 15th of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

2022 Small-Grants-Guidelines

There are two other funds that are considered through the Small Grants Program that have a specific focus and specific deadlines.

The Paul and Miriam Mattern Fund is only open to organizations serving Walton, NY. 
Mattern Fund Guidelines

The Community Foundation Library Fund grants to libraries in all 5 of our counties. 
Library Fund Guidelines

The Young Professional Advisory Committee Fund makes grants that will further the professional development of young professionals in the region. Application for organizations and (new!) individuals will be reviewed on an ongoing basis.

YPAC Mini-Grant Guidelines 

YPAC Application for Organizations 

YPAC Application for Individuals 

The Women’s Fund makes grants to organizations serving women and girls in our 5-county region. 

The Chobani Community Impact Fund accepts applications for proposals to establish projects and programs that strengthen the local economy, encourage local ownership, facilitate the development of new streams of financial resources, support current or aspiring entrepreneurs and/or solutions that address food insecurity.

We will be happy to answer any questions you may have about submission procedures or the proposal process. Please contact Tina Barber, Program Officer, at 607-772-6773 or via e-mail: tbarber@donorswhocare.org