Students, Teachers, Principals, and Club Advisors!
Turn your great idea into reality!
Apply for a WK Kellogg Youth Fund “Grant Tank” award with a video and short application.
How to Apply
What you Need to Apply
- A project description with one or two key, measurable outcomes
- A project line-item budget, including all revenues and expenses
- IRS Form 990 or 990 EZ and IRS tax-exempt determination letter
- Complete instructions for applying through Award Spring
- Grant Request Budget & Expense Report Form
Four County Community Foundation awards grants to area non-profit organizations serving the current and emerging needs of our community.
Once you have reviewed the grant guidelines, you can begin your application. Your application will be saved as you insert information. Revisit the application as often as needed. Be sure to submit your completed application by the due date.
Once you have submitted your application it is sent to our committees for review. The review committees convene the third week of the submission month (January, April, July, and October). The committees make recommendations which are sent to the Board of Trustees for final approval. Notification letters are mailed out before the end of the month. If you do not receive a letter, contact our office
W.K. Kellogg – Youth Advisory Committee Grants
YAC GRANT TANK
To introduce students (and their teachers and club leaders), to Four County Community Foundation and its work, YAC invites you to participate in its GRANT TANK program. We are offering grants up to $3000 for student-written/student-driven grant requests for programs which benefit our youth. Simply submit the fillable form and a short video describing your project. Be creative! Don’t pass up this awesome opportunity for your school or community!
Projects/programs we are most likely to approve will encourage young people to be involved in improving themselves, their community, and their school.
- Is this project a service to others?
- Do the people who will benefit from this project need help?
- Does this project address youth needs?
Download the fillable application form (.docx)
A fillable simple budget excel is available (.docx)
Applications are due January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1.
Our Community Grant Funds
Four County Community Grants and Shelby Community Grants
Four County Community Funds are available for a variety of charitable purposes for non-profit organizations, public schools, and governmental agencies. Shelby Community Funds serve charitable purposes within the Shelby Community and northern Macomb County. Both funds respond to the current and emerging needs in our local communities.
Healthy Seniors/Healthy Youth Grants and Healthy Futures Grants
Tobacco settlement funds are available for projects that promote the health of seniors and youth, including health and nutrition, family counseling, smoking/vaping prevention and cessation, and mental health care.
21st Century Education Grants
Funds are available for area classroom teachers for educational projects in the classroom and in the field. Individual school funds for Almont, Armada, Capac, Dryden, Imlay City, and Romeo are also available. Have an idea? Request a grant!
Jamie’s Smiles’ mission is to supply supplemental funding to outstanding programs that benefit special needs children through grants and other financial means.
Jamie’s Smiles Endowment Fund grants are awarded annually to organizations in Macomb County serving children with special needs. The application is available from September 1 through October 1. For more information, visit jamiessmiles.org.
Jamie’s Smiles Holiday Adoptions help children with special needs and their families. The holiday adoption season is from October through the following January each year. Jamie’s Smiles works with the Macomb Infant Preschool Program (MIPP) to serve local families in need. For more information, visit jamiessmiles.org.