Now is a great time to open a fund with JCCF!
The JCCF Board is providing an opportunity for Jewell County nonprofits, or individuals interested in supporting nonprofits, to build their own capacity and a permanent source of income by opening a fund through the Foundation so they can grow for the future. We have named this initiative "5 To Go, 5 To Grow."
Jewell County Community Foundation accepting grant applicationsSeptember 7, 2023
MANKATO, Kan.— The Jewell County Community Foundation is accepting applications for fall grants. Online applications opened September 1 and are due Wednesday, November 1, 2023.
Jewell County Community Foundation awards over $28,000 in grantsJune 7, 2023
MANKATO, Kan.— During its spring grant cycle, the Jewell County Community Foundation awarded over $28,000 to eight projects throughout the Jewell County area. The following organizations received funding:
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The Burn Association
The Burn Association was awarded a grant to upgrade their trucks and tanks with new equipment to have safer and more efficient burns.
"What a blessing to receive this grant! We operate on a very small budget and these grants make a difference" said Charles Smies.
City of Jewell
The City of Jewell installed new welcome signs in their downtown after participating in a "First Impressions," program with Miltonvale.
"The signs will help create a more vibrant, and welcoming downtown area," said grantee Shelby Bohnert.