SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Community Foundation announced that the deadline for submitting applications for grants is Dec. 17. Any nonprofit working to make positive change in Sheridan or Johnson counties, or the rest of Wyoming, should consider requesting funds before time runs out.
The Wyoming Community Foundation is a statewide nonprofit that works to support other charitable organizations through grantmaking. WYCF holds nearly 400 funds which are invested and a return on the investment returned to nonprofit organizations.
Each year WYCF distributes hundreds of grants and in 2017 granted $6.3 million, impacting nearly every corner of the state.
“We really look forward to reviewing all of the incredible applications that come in,” Wyoming Community Foundation Program Associate Anita McLaughlin said in a press release. “With support from donors, we do what we can to give back to nonprofits making positive change in their community. We’re honored to be a part of that sort of change.”
For more information about WYCF and its current grant cycle, including instructions on submitting grant applications, see the Wyoming Community Foundation website at wycf.org/ or call the main office at 307-721-8300.