Apply for Grants

Though most Community Foundation grants are designated by donors, grants to nonprofits that go through a review process include statewide and local Giving Tree grants and special grant programs administered by the Foundation.

To apply for local Giving Tree Grants, click here.

You may also apply for statewide grants from the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame Foundation which awards grants to programs that benefit African-American or other underserved populations in Arkansas. Programs focusing on education, health and wellness, youth development and economic development are encouraged to apply from February 1 to April 1.

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Giving Tree Grants

Giving Tree Endowments at the local and state level make annual grants through a competitive process to support a variety of causes, based on changing community needs. Committees of local leaders in each community determine the best use of Giving Tree grant funds. Other special grant programs are administered by the Community Foundation, including Delta Endowment for Building Community and Arkansas Black Hall of Fame Foundation grants.

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Arkansas Black Hall of Fame Grants

Arkansas Black Hall of Fame Foundation (ABHOF) makes annual grants through a fund at Arkansas Community Foundation to support programs addressing challenges and opportunities for families in African-American and/or other underserved communities throughout Arkansas. All geographic sections of the state are eligible, but scholarship requests will not be considered. Only 501(c) (3) nonprofit organizations, hospitals, public schools and government agencies are eligible to apply. Organizations that do not qualify for tax-exempt status are not eligible.

Apply from February 1 to April 1