The Appalachian Community Fund’s General Fund Program deadline for 2011 is approaching. See ACF’s website for more information.
The Appalachian Community Fund (ACF) makes grants on a yearly basis from the General Fund Program which is supported by a combination of unrestricted funds and monies from the Alexander Fund of the New York Community Trust. ACF’s General Fund is an annual board-directed program focusing on organizing for social change and is monies organizations may use for general support as well as for programs and projects.
Grant Guidelines and How to Apply
Please download and review the General Fund application grant guidelines below. This Request for Proposals (or RFP) describes this program’s funding priorities and criteria and gives instructions on how to apply, prepare, and submit your application.
Please take the time to read through the entire application before writing your proposal to make sure you understand what the criteria are, the information that is being requested, and the formatting that is needed.
Organizations may apply for funding in one of two categories:
ACF Does Not Fund:
For the 2011 General Fund proposals must be received in the ACF office by 5:00 PM, Wednesday, November 5, 2010. The application and guidelines for 2011 General Fund will be made available shortly. This year we have two options for submitting. Please review the RFP guidelines and information.