Carroll County Community Foundation
Carroll County Community Foundation was established in 2001 by local community leaders who saw an opportunity to provide permanent sources of charitable funding for nonprofits who work in and for the people of our area.
One of 29 affiliates of Arkansas Community Foundation, Carroll County Community Foundation has provided over $1 million in grants throughout our 18 years of service. These grants support programs that respond to critical needs, such as food insecurity and medical issues, as well as programs that sustain and enrich, like the arts and education.
We encourage smart giving to improve our neighborhoods, towns and rural communities now and forever and proudly work with charitable donors to customize their own funds and endowments. We also maintain a connection with local nonprofits which helps us understand their needs and the local issues.
To DONATE to a fund, follow this link to view a complete list of our Carroll County funds and endowments.
Contact us today to find out how your charitable donations can support, protect and invest in a better Carroll County. We will be happy to visit with you at your convenience. We have a local Executive Director and volunteer board of community leaders, a local office and the legacy of 42-plus years of support from Arkansas Community Foundation in Little Rock to back us up.
We want to know your passion for giving! Let us be your partner in philanthropy!
Local Giving Tree Grants Support Nonprofits working in and for Carroll County
The most recent Carroll County Giving Tree grants include:
Brandon Burlsworth Foundation
Clear Spring School
Cup of Love Ministry
Carroll County Historical and Genealogical Society
Eureka Springs School of the Arts
Flint Street Fellowship
Holiday Island Rotary Foundation
Loaves and Fishes Food Bank of the Ozarks
Mission Clinic of Berryville
NWA Head Start
Office of Human Concern/People-Helping-People
Ozark Natural Science Center
Project Self-Esteem of Carroll County
Single Parent Scholarship fund of Northwest Arkansas
Turpentine Creek Foundation
Fall – Giving Tree Grant Cycle opens July 10 with a deadline of Aug. 15. All 501c3 nonprofits, schools, churches, hospitals or government agencies that work in and for Carroll County are encouraged to apply. Grants during this cycle range from $300 to $3000. To learn more about our Fall grant cycle and make sure that your submissions are what we are looking for, email email@example.com.
Spring – YAC (Youth Advisory Council) Giving Tree Grant Cycle opens Jan. 10 and ends Feb. 15. Grants during this cycle are specific to programs that support youth and children of Carroll County. All 501c3 nonprofits, schools, churches, hospitals or government agencies that meet this specific requirement are encouraged to apply. Grant range is from $100 to $1000. Specifically for 2021, the grant range has been increased from $100 to $1000 to $200 to $2000. To learn more about our Spring grant cycle, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Arkansas students pursuing higher education at two- or four-year colleges or universities, vocational schools, or technical training programs can apply for more than 200 private scholarships.
Funding for these scholarships comes from families, businesses and individuals who want to support higher education and invest in local students. Theses donors determine the size and eligibility criteria for the scholarships they create, and the Foundation manages the scholarship process on their behalf.
To find out who can benefit from these scholarships, take our eligibility quiz.
The online application process begins Feb. 1 and most deadlines are April 1. Be sure to double-check the deadline. Good luck!
Apply for a Scholarship