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Crestwood, Community Foundation to award grants

HUNTSVILLE – Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville and Crestwood Women & Families Fund are accepting grant requests from not-for-profit organizations.

The mission of the Crestwood Women & Families Fund is to establish a grant-making fund for high-impact grants to address the issues and meet immediate needs of women and families in the community. Community Foundation of Greater Huntsville manages the fund.

Not-for-profit organizations in the community who serve women and families are invited to apply for grant funding by following a formal process. An advisory committee consisting of members of the Crestwood Women’s Advisory Council, Crestwood Medical Center employees and Crestwood volunteers meet to review applications and recommend grants to selected organizations.

October 6 is the application deadline.

Applications are available at communityfoundationhsv.org/cwff or by email request at womenfamiliesfund@crestwoodmedcenter.com.

 

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