Grants 2019

Press Release:
It’s time to apply up for the spring round of competitive granting offered by The Community Foundation of Northern Rosebud County (CFNRC). 
The due date for submitting your organization's application is April 1st, 2019. (** See grant application packet available at the bottom of this page).  

“We have two different granting programs,” said CFNRC vice president Robert Engle, “There is the CFNRC grant, where the amount applied for can be up to $2,500.00, and the Edna Olson Youth Grant, with up to $1,000.00 available per submission.”
The Foundation encourages all community organizations, school and government entities within the service area to consider what kinds of community projects are needed, or are in progress and to apply. 
“This Spring we have $5000 available to grant for community projects”, added Engle.  

The grant applications are available on the web at www.cfnrc.org and at First State Bank or the Rosebud-Treasure County Extension Office.  If anyone would like more information, or has questions about applying, please contact 
Jennifer Anderson at the Extension Office, 346-7320 or jennifer.anderson@montana.edu.  The spring grant applications are due April 1st, 2019.

Over the past nine years, the Community Foundation has awarded over $100,000 in grants supporting projects benefiting the people and communities of Northern Rosebud County.  
Project support ranges from helping the Forsyth Garden Club purchase and place benches at the Forsyth Senior Center, to supporting the purchase of iPads in every classroom in the Forsyth Elementary School, as well as supporting an effort to build Blue Bird boxes around the golf course, potentially leading to a full fledged nature trail.  In Rosebud, the Community Foundation aided the community with the development of the local park and renovations to the community center. 
And Ingomar has also benefited through grants to support their rodeo facilities.

“Over the past ten years we have supported many community programs, from community archery to Forsyth parks to school activities,” added Engle, “And we are looking forward to continuing that support, as we help build the Northern Rosebud County Communities future – now.”
“This year, thanks to the continued generosity of our donors, we have approved a special Signature Grant of $10,000, with an application due date of July 1st”. added Engle. 
“This grant will be a highlight for the year and will require a more detailed application process, which we will release after the April 1st grants are awarded.”

The CFNRC is an affiliate of the Montana Community Foundation.  The CFNRC maintains a permanent endowment that provides financial assistance to projects that benefit the people and communities of Northern Rosebud County, forever.  
The Community Foundation grew from an initial investment made by the Swede Schlesinger family as well as the late Edna Olson. It continues to grow thanks to the generous donors who support building the future...right here in Northern Rosebud County.
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FAIR Community Foundation,
Feb 19, 2019, 3:32 PM
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Community Foundation of Northern Rosebud County,
Jan 29, 2015, 6:57 AM
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