Letters of interest still being accepted by Cochise Community Fo - Tucson News Now

Letters of interest still being accepted by Cochise Community Foundation

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Cochise CommunityFoundation is still accepting letters of interest from county nonprofits for2014. Groups can request funding of up to $5,000 for community projects.

All letters must be submittedby 5 p.m. on March 28; selected projects will then be asked to complete grantapplications after letters are reviewed. Only groups selected during the review process will be asked to complete grant applications. 

Those groups will then be asked to enter a competitive grant process, according to a CCF release with applications being accepted from May 1 to May 30.  Projects will be considered for funding based on intent, field of interest and how much the project will impact Cochise County.  Special consideration will be given to projects that directly impact communities in the county.

Additional informationis available at http://www.azfoundation.org/GiveWhereYouLive/Cochise/GrantsInitiatives,by calling Rebecca Pickett, the Grants & Operations Coordinator for theSoutheast Region of the Arizona Community Foundation at (520) 505-3678 or byemail at rpickett@azfoundation.org.

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