Grant Cycles

9TH GRANT CYCLE – 2020 – 2021

September 27, 28, 29 and 30, 2020, Public notice for Letters of Inquiry for new and extended projects/programs

September 27– October 19, 2020, Letters of Inquiry submission period

October 19, 2020, by 5 pm, Letters of Inquiry due via email and/or in the CCCCF, Inc. PO Box (late submissions will not be reviewed)

October 19 and 20 (if needed), 2020, at 6 pm Grants Committee meeting/Letter review virtual or at the College of Central Florida Citrus Campus, Conference and Learning Center C4 Room 105

October 22, 2020, at 6 pm Letters of Inquiry approved by the CCCCF, Inc. board at a virtual meeting or at the Lecanto Government Building, room 166

October 23 – 25, 2020, Congratulations emails, grant proposals, grant directions, grant checklist and grant due date is sent out to the approved applicants

October 26 – December 9, 2020, Grants Proposal submission period

December 9, 2020, by 5 pm, Grants Proposal due via email and/or in the CCCCF, Inc. PO Box (late submissions will not be reviewed)

December 10 and 11 (if needed), 2020, at 6 pm Grants Committee meeting/grant review online or at the College of Central Florida Citrus Campus, Conference, and Learning Center C4 Room 105

December 17, 2020, at 6 pm full board meeting and Grants Awards approved by CCCCF, Inc. board at virtual meeting or at the Lecanto Government Building, room 166

December 18 – 20, 2020, Congratulations letters mailed and emailed out to grantees with Grant Agreements for review by grantees and invitation to January 28, 2021 CCCCF, Inc. board meeting

January 28, 2021 at 6pm CCCCF, Inc. board meeting, Grants Agreements approved, signed and delivered (including award check) to grantees, photo op

Grant News

Meeting Schedule

We Meet the 4th Thursday Every Month - 6 PM online via Zoom or at the:
Lecanto Government Building, Room 166
Check the meeting notice and calendar for details

Grants Committee - October 19th

CCCCF, Inc. Board-October 22nd

Health News & Events

Hep A Information

Special Category Grant

Congratulations to the following nonprofits, their grant proposals have been accepted and they have been awarded grant funding for their programs:

Citrus County Abuse Shelter Association (CASA) - $20,000
Citrus County Harvest - $13,394
Community Food Bank - $20,000
Citrus Pregnancy Center - $20,000
Citrus United Basket (CUB) - $20,000
Family Resource Center - $11,000
Homosassa Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Mid Florida Homeless Coalition - $20,000
New Church Without Walls - $20,000
Pregnancy and Family Life Center - $20,000
We Care Food Pantry - $19,000


Grant Funding Guidelines

The Citrus County Community Charitable Foundation strives to improve the health and wellness of residents in Citrus County, Florida by awarding grants for new projects in the areas of Health Education, Community Health, and Health/Medicine Programs/Projects and Health/Medicine Research or Initiatives.

Eligibility

Grants are made only for new or expanded (providing more services, expanding the number of clients, etc.) projects, programs or initiatives by not-for-profit organizations certified as tax-exempt under Sections 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and are classified as "not a private foundation" under Section 509(a). As long as the eligibility requirements have been met, these organizations may apply for grant funding once every 12-months (one year), but only during the noticed grant cycles with the Letter of Inquiry as the first step. Hospitals, educational institutions, and governmental institutions meeting these requirements are also eligible to apply. Organizations that are not fully licensed, have completed and filed Form 1023 but have not yet received an IRS determination letter are not eligible to apply.

Limitations

In order to be good stewards of the Citrus County Community Charitable Foundation, Inc.’s resources and enhance the health & wellness of many Citrus County residents, grants will only be available to groups and organizations in Citrus County, Florida. No grants will be awarded to social, religious or political organizations for those purposes, bricks and mortar, office administration, building operations, or the following:

  • For-profit organizations
  • Annual fund drives
  • Galas, or other special-event fundraising activities
  • Capital campaigns
  • Construction/renovation projects
  • Deficit financing and debt reduction
  • Taxes and miscellaneous expenses
  • Emergency or disaster relief efforts
  • Dissertations or student research projects
  • Indirect/administrative costs
  • Organizations which limit services to any one religious group or members of a specific sectarian perspective
  • Institutions that discriminate against any protected class or on the basis of race, creed, gender, or sexual orientation in policy or in practice
  • Other endowments or grant agencies/foundations for ultimate distribution to organizations or programs selected by such agencies or foundations
  • Individuals or organizations seeking loans, scholarships, fellowships, travel assistance, conference or meeting fees
  • Requests made from organizations without a physical or principle address within the legal boundaries of Citrus County, Florida

Granting Area

The CCCC Foundation's grantmaking program is restricted to the legal boundaries of Citrus County, Florida only.

Grant Cycles

9TH GRANT CYCLE – 2020 – 2021

September 27, 28, 29 and 30, 2020, Public notice for Letters of Inquiry for new and extended projects/programs

September 27– October 19, 2020, Letters of Inquiry submission period

October 19, 2020, by 5 pm, Letters of Inquiry due via email and/or in the CCCCF, Inc. PO Box (late submissions will not be reviewed)

October 19 and 20 (if needed), 2020, at 6 pm Grants Committee meeting/Letter review virtual or at the College of Central Florida Citrus Campus, Conference and Learning Center C4 Room 105

October 22, 2020, at 6 pm Letters of Inquiry approved by the CCCCF, Inc. board at a virtual meeting or at the Lecanto Government Building, room 166

October 23 – 25, 2020, Congratulations emails, grant proposals, grant directions, grant checklist and grant due date is sent out to the approved applicants

October 26 – December 9, 2020, Grants Proposal submission period

December 9, 2020, by 5 pm, Grants Proposal due via email and/or in the CCCCF, Inc. PO Box (late submissions will not be reviewed)

December 10 and 11 (if needed), 2020, at 6 pm Grants Committee meeting/grant review online or at the College of Central Florida Citrus Campus, Conference, and Learning Center C4 Room 105

December 17, 2020, at 6 pm full board meeting and Grants Awards approved by CCCCF, Inc. board at virtual meeting or at the Lecanto Government Building, room 166

December 18 – 20, 2020, Congratulations letters mailed and emailed out to grantees with Grant Agreements for review by grantees and invitation to January 28, 2021 CCCCF, Inc. board meeting

January 28, 2021 at 6pm CCCCF, Inc. board meeting, Grants Agreements approved, signed and delivered (including award check) to grantees, photo op

Grant News

Meeting Schedule

We Meet the 4th Thursday Every Month - 6 PM online via Zoom or at the:
Lecanto Government Building, Room 166
Check the meeting notice and calendar for details

Grants Committee - October 19th

CCCCF, Inc. Board-October 22nd

Health News & Events

Hep A Information

Special Category Grant

Congratulations to the following nonprofits, their grant proposals have been accepted and they have been awarded grant funding for their programs:

Citrus County Abuse Shelter Association (CASA) - $20,000
Citrus County Harvest - $13,394
Community Food Bank - $20,000
Citrus Pregnancy Center - $20,000
Citrus United Basket (CUB) - $20,000
Family Resource Center - $11,000
Homosassa Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Mid Florida Homeless Coalition - $20,000
New Church Without Walls - $20,000
Pregnancy and Family Life Center - $20,000
We Care Food Pantry - $19,000