THE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FOR GREATER ROME SEEKS GRANT PROPOSALS FROM NON-PROFITS THROUGH OCTOBER 7TH; MEETING WITH APPLICANTS SET FOR SEPTEMBER 27TH

The Community Foundation for Greater Rome is currently accepting grant proposals from local non-profits for its Greater Rome Impact Grant. Ashley Garner, Executive Director, asserts that this is the Foundation’s annual grant review season. The applications and additional details are available online at www.cffgr.org/community-grants.

Applications are also sought for the First Christian Heritage Grant which was established in 2018 upon the closure of Rome’s First Christian Church.

Applicants may meet with the Foundation next Tuesday, September 27th from 8:30 am to 3 pm at the Rome-Floyd Chamber, says Garner.

Appointments for that session at the Chamber may be scheduled by sending an email to Garner at agarner@cffgr.org.

Grant proposals from area non-profits must be submitted to the Foundation by Friday, October 7th at 5 pm.

The Community Foundation for Greater Rome, according to a release from the organization, is a nonprofit foundation which works to empower donors in Greater Rome to give generously. It has distributed more than $1 million to more than 60 charitable organizations since 2016. Donors can learn more by contacting Ashley Garner at 706-728-3453.