The Barton County Quality of Life Endowment Fund is now accepting grant applications. The intent of the fund is to improve the quality of life in Barton County. Projects eligible for funding must make a visible enhancement to the community. Eligible organizations must have a 501(c)(3) designated IRS status. The application deadline is June 15th.
A corporate donor advised fund allows a company to establish a fund in their name, make charitable gifts, and remain involved by recommending grants to charitable agencies or projects. Each year, CUNA Mutual Group employees make grant recommendations to the foundation board of directors regarding the charitable agencies or projects they wish to support. With each grant awarded, CUNA Mutual Group furthers their corporate philanthropy and community involvement.
The Barton County Quality of Life Endowment Fund was established in 2009 through the Golden Belt Community Foundation when CUNA Mutual Group acquired CPI Qualified Plan Consultants, Inc. (CPI) and made a generous donation establishing the corporate grant making fund. Since then the fund has grown and CPI employees have begun reviewing projects that will benefit Barton County. Last year they announced the rebranding and newly targeted focus for CPI, which included a new name: CPI is now known as CUNA Mutual Group.
To apply go to www.goldenbeltcf.org, selects ‘Grants’, and then Barton County Quality of Life Endowment 2015’ to complete an application. Questions regarding this grant opportunity should be directed to Sue Cooper, Program Officer, with Golden Belt Community Foundation at (620) 792-3000 or email@example.com.
Golden Belt Community Foundation
At $18.2 million in total assets and more than 155 funds under management, Golden Belt Community Foundation has been connecting people who care to causes that matter since 1996. For more information about Golden Belt Community Foundation, call (620) 792-3000 or visit their website at www.goldenbeltcf.org.