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Music for Rush County Fund

Grants to Rush County, Indiana Nonprofits to
Promote Music Participation and Enjoyment

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Foundation / Corporation

Funding Source:

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Rush County Community Foundation (RCCF)

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Grants to Rush County, Indiana nonprofit organizations to promote music enjoyment and participation for the local community, with an emphasis on encouraging adults to engage with music. Applicants are required to submit a letter of intent at least 15 days prior to the deadline.

This grant may be used to help bring a concert performance to Rush County, to help support local music groups, for a music teacher to attend a music education workshop, or to bring a music related program to an elementary school or middle school.

The Foundation generally favors grant requests which:
-Impact a substantial number of people in the community
-Propose practical solutions to current problems or address a current community interest
-Are preventative rather than remedial in nature
-Examine and address underlying causes of local needs
-Encourage cooperation and elimination of duplicate services
-Stimulate volunteer involvement

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 182780

Term of Contract:

As a general rule, the Foundation does not make grants from unrestricted funds for multi-year grants or repeat funding.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

The Foundation welcomes grant applications from any nonprofit organization which benefits Rush County, or its citizens.

The Foundation generally favors requests that are from established agencies tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code

RCCF recognizes that other types of exempt organizations also exist to benefit the community, like youth athletic groups, civic groups, and others. In rare instances, the Foundation may give grants to these types of organizations if the funds will be used for a charitable purpose. If you feel that your agency qualifies and could use assistance, please contact the Foundation’s office. The Foundation will pay vendor-direct if non 501(c)(3) agencies receive funds for project expenses.

Grants will not be made to high school programs or to high school students.

As a general rule, the Foundation does not make grants from unrestricted funds for the following:
-Ongoing operating expenses or annual fundraising drives
-Existing obligations, debt reduction or building campaigns
-Individuals or travel expenses
-Multi-year grants or repeat funding
-Advocacy or political purposes
-Religious or sectarian purposes
-Loans or endowments

The Rush County Community Foundation does not discriminate in matters of age, race, religion, sex or native origin and expects that grant applicant observe like standards.

Pre-Application Information:

Grant seekers for unrestricted funds must submit a Letter of Intent via email 15 days before the deadline and before submitting a grant application.

The deadline to apply is September 1. If this deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the application is due the next business day.

A staff member from the RCCF will notify you if your request is accepted or declined. If accepted, your next step is to complete the grant application.

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Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Grant seekers for unrestricted funds must submit a Letter of Intent to:

Rush County Community Foundation
117 N. Main St.
Rushville, IN 46173
(765) 938-1177

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Geographic Focus:

USA: Indiana: Rush County