Grant Portal to Open April 15; Donation to local Disaster Response Fund

March 31, 2020

Applications for Grants accepted thru June 30.
The Cedar Falls Community Foundation grant application portal will be open April 15 – June 30. Grant applications will be accepted to the Rownd Trust (capital projects) and the Diamond Arts & History Fund. Applicants must be non-profit organizations and must submit through the CFCF portal at https://www.cf-communityfoundation.org/. Interested non-profits are encouraged to contact the Cedar Falls Community Foundation prior to making application to discuss their proposed project. Contact the Foundation at CFCF@cfu.net.

CFCF COVID-19 Response
The Cedar Falls Community Foundation has joined other metro funders to create the Black Hawk County COVID-19 Cooperative Disaster Response Fund. The intent of the fund is to be responsive to nonprofits serving Black Hawk County that are providing basic needs services, and organizations working with individuals and families who have been disproportionately impacted by the public health and economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. For more information: www.cfneia.org.

The Cedar Falls Community Foundation (CFCF) is a nationally accredited community foundation working with donors to make a difference in Cedar Falls. The Cedar Falls Community Foundation is located inside Farmers State Bank, 6th and Main Street, Cedar Falls, and is accessible by appointment, phone 319.243.9170, email: CFCF@cfu.net, and website: www.cf-communityfoundation.org.

Foundation News

4/7/2021

Monthly e-newsletter Archive

Monthly e-newsletter The Cedar Falls Community Foundation shares news of interest through a monthly e-newsletter. Sign up below or read the archived newsletters.

2/26/2021

Grant Portal to Open April 15; Award Nominations due April 10

Grant Portal Opening in April The Cedar Falls Community Foundation will accept applications to the Ella Rownd Trust and Diamond Arts & History Fund beginning April 15. Applicants must be nonprofit 501-c-3 organizations. Projects must benefit the citizens and community of Cedar Falls. Interested organizations are encouraged to call the CFCF before beginning an application,