The Coleman County Foundation (CCF) was established in 1999 as a vehicle for philanthropy in Coleman County.
The foundation's fund is managed by the Community Foundation of Abilene, and the earnings from these assets are used to make grants to nonprofits serving various needs to improve the quality of life for residents in Coleman County. Since inception, the Coleman County Foundation has awarded more than $1.2 million to charitable community organizations for the betterment of the communities located in Coleman county.
In 2005, Coleman County Foundation initiated the Friends of Coleman County Foundation to support the community in a unique way. Membership dues are pooled into the endowment and grants are made each spring to organizations across Coleman County. To date, the Friends have awarded more than $348,000 in grant funds to community organizations.
Become a Friend of the Coleman County Foundation.
It's only $100 a year to become a Friend. Join as an individual, family, or business. Your membership dues are pooled into the endowment fund, helping the fund grow and make more grants. The Friends of CCF even have their own grant cycle to provide funding to nonprofits.
Make an online donation.
Make a donation via check.
Leave an estate gift to support the foundation's future.
The Coleman County Foundation and the Friends of Coleman County each offer an annual grant cycle where nonprofits serving Coleman County can apply for funding. The CCF awards grants in the fall, and the Friends of the Coleman County Foundation awards grants in the spring.
To apply, read the Grant Guidelines below, then click the Apply Now button to submit an application through the Foundation's online system. Contact Meagan Harris for any questions regarding the CCF or Friends of CCF grant process.
Friends of Coleman County Foundation (spring) - March 1st
Coleman County Foundation (fall) - October 1st
The Coleman County Foundation is governed by a nine-member board composed of civic and business leaders from Coleman County. Administration is handled by an arrangement with the Community Foundation of Abilene.
For questions or more information, contact Meagan Harris, Rural Grants Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 325-676-3883.