Community Foundation seeks nonprofits to apply for new round of COVID-19 funding

The Community Foundation for Livingston Counting is urging county nonprofits that face challenges from COVID-19 to apply for grants. The deadline is April 15, 2021.

The Foundation will make grants to 501(c)(3) organizations, government entities, school districts and universities that provide programs to serve Livingston County. Organizations looking to recover and restore organizational capacity and programming in light of pandemic challenges may apply. The deadline is April 15.

Grant applications should address nonprofit organizations’ unique needs due to COVID-19 related challenges. Applications can address ongoing plans to recover and restore organizational capacity and programs in innovative ways.

Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Gregory Yankee, Senior Program Officer, at, to discuss a proposed project before submitting a proposal. For additional information and how to apply, visit

The Community Foundation for Livingston County is an affiliate of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan and is a permanent community endowment established in 1991 to enhance the quality of life in Livingston County. The Community Foundation for Livingston County continues to grow as a result of the generous contributions of many individuals and businesses in Livingston County.

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