2024 Grant Cycle
Nonprofits serving the greater Cedarburg area can apply for funding through the Greater Cedarburg Foundation’s 2024 grant program beginning Oct. 16, 2023.
We will again use a “letter of intent” process. Initial letters of intent will be due to the Foundation by October 31st, 2023. Agencies who are invited to apply for a full proposal will be notified by Nov. 23, 2023.
Program areas that will be considered for funding include projects in arts and culture, education, social services for the public, environment, basic needs and more.
Access to the application can be found on the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s website.
Grant Application Guidelines
The Greater Cedarburg Foundation supports projects and programs that help make the greater Cedarburg area unique. The Foundation considers all types of projects, with an emphasis on those that creatively focus on:
▪ Preserving and enriching our cultural heritage
▪ Enhancing our artistic and aesthetic experiences
▪ Providing educational, recreational and community service
opportunities for all ages.
When you click here, you will be directed to the Greater Milwaukee Foundation with instructions on how to apply for a grant. If you have questions, contact TrenLan Pounds at firstname.lastname@example.org or call TrenLan at 414.272.5805.
2024 Grant Application Period
The grant application period is:
- Oct. 11 – 10 AM – Virtual Informational Session – Register Here
- Oct. 16: Letters of Intent Period Opens
- Oct. 31: Letters of Intent Due
- Nov. 23: Invitations for full proposal to eligible grant recipients
- Dec. 23: Full Applications Due
- Jan.-Feb. 2024: Grant committee considers application
- March 2024: Board meeting to approve grant recommendations
- March – April 2024: Grant recipients are notified of the GCF Board’s decision
- May 2024: Grant recipients are recognized at Civic Event