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Grant applications being accepted

The Salisbury Community Foundation is accepting applications from nonprofit organizations for its 2008 Grants Program.
Funds may be used to launch new programs or develop innovative approaches that address community needs. Grants of up to $10,000 will be awarded.
Grants are limited to eligible organizations recognized as tax exempt through the IRS (nonprofit, governmental or educational institutions) for projects that will serve Salisbury/Rowan County citizens. Grants do not cover book publication, conferences, endowment funds, individual needs, capital campaigns or operating budgets beyond the seed level.
Grant applications can be downloaded from www.fftc.org (click on Regional Affiliates, then Salisbury). Applications must be postmarked by Sept. 22. Contact Karen Coppadge, Grants Specialist, with questions at 704-973-4559 or kcoppadge@fftc.org.
The Salisbury Community Foundation is a permanent endowment established in 1944 by local leaders to benefit a broad range of charitable purposes. As an affiliate of Charlotte-based Foundation For The Carolinas, the Salisbury Community Foundation inspires philanthropy, increases charitable giving and strengthens the community. Visit www.fftc.org.

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