The Junior League of Collin County (JLCC) has made the difficult decision to put a hold on Community Grants until June 1, 2021.
JLCC is focusing on grants that support an innovative approach to solving the social challenges of economic insecurity or family violence. We are looking for creative, world-changing ideas that enable the agency to better serve its clientele, collaborate with cross-sector organizations, capitalize on efficiencies, and, of course, make a significant impact.
We have moved to a letter of intent (LOI) process to make it easier for you to communicate your creative, outside-the-box ideas.
- Who may submit? Any 501(c)(3) organization serving residents of Collin County that has been established for at least two years and is governed by a local board of directors.
- What is the criteria?
- JLCC is focusing on grants that support the areas of economic insecurity and/or family violence
- Grant awards are anticipated to range between $5,000-$25,000; however, other amounts may be considered
- Funding requests should directly impact citizens in Collin County
- Funding requests should have measurable impact and evaluation criteria
- What is the process to apply?
- A Letter of Intent (LOI) must be submitted via email. The date of submission and other criteria will be published after October 1, 2020.
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|2019-2020 Recipients||2018-2019 Recipients|
|Community Garden Kitchen||Grace to Change Adolescent Substance Abuse Program|
|Streetside Showers||Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County Redecoration Project|
Left to right: Jennifer Lehman, Financial Strategic Director; Jeri Chambers, Community Strategic Director; Lori Greer, Children’s Advocacy Center; Shannon White, Grace to Change; Shannon Kmak, President 2018-19