Grant Applications

 
Our grants fund programs that improve the quality of life for all who live and work in Gratiot County!

Grants are projects that the Gratiot County Community Foundation help fund every year. Each one has a set of guidelines and applications to fill out in order to obtain a grant.
For more information about what type of competitive grant you may fall under, please contact our Program Officer:                                                                Phone: (989) 875-4222                Email: amaniez@gratiotfoundation.org

Below are the following deadlines for all of our grants:
Competitive Grant Cycle Deadline Dates:                                 YAC Grant Cycle Deadline Dates:
Science & Technology Grants                                                     Winter Deadline:  November 1st
To Support Youth in Gratiot CountyOct 1st                                
                                                                                                        Spring Deadline:  February 1st
Spring Deadline:   February 1st

Summer Deadline: June 1st 
                                                    
Fall Deadline: October 1st

 
 
 

Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship

 
   

The Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship was established in November 2020 by the family of Sally Kaufmann to honor her decades of service to teaching and continue her legacy in foreign language and education.  Señora Kaufmann’s passion for teaching Spanish and Hispanic culture, along with her special gift for connecting with her students and colleagues, made her a beloved educator.

Sally Kaufmann was dedicated to helping students further their education, achieve their goals, and literally explore the world.  She was a loyal confidant to countless students with whom she shared her wisdom and listened to their dreams. It is her family’s hope that the Señora Kaufmann Memorial Scholarship will assist Alma High School and other Gratiot County students pursue their passion in foreign language, travel, and international studies. 

 © 2010 - 2021   Gratiot County Community Foundation by AccuNet Web Services