The Community Foundation of Frederick County, MD Announces Grant Opportunities

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Local nonprofits with programs in building trades training, African American history and preservation, or those wishing to add or improve urban garden space are encouraged to apply

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The Community Foundation of Frederick County announces grant opportunities from three funds. These grants are available until the funds are expended, or until the closing application date of May 1, 2019. The minimum grant is $500.00, and funds must be used by June 1, 2019.

The Compofelice Family Fund for Building Trades supports organizations seeking to help residents receive training for construction trades in the Frederick County area. Preference given to plumbing, carpentry, electrical services, masonry, and other skills associated with the building industry. Grants may pay for training, educational materials, certification fees, transportation costs, and eliminating any barrier that prevents students from completing their training program and establishing a career in the building trades.

The William O. Lee, Jr. and Family Endowment Fund provides grants to nonprofits that are researching, restoring, archiving, cataloging, and educating the community in areas pertaining to African American history in Frederick County.

The Don Doughty and Linda Moran Fund nonprofit grant supports the creation of new garden spaces, the improvement of existing garden areas, or the improvement/enhancement of existing public green space in Frederick County. Preference is given to projects in urban areas and/or applications supporting the purchase of plantings and botanical elements.

To apply, visit and click on the blue “preview all available grant opportunities here” button. Scroll to “FY10 Rolling Grant: Project Application” section. For more information on how the Community Foundation impacts Frederick County, visit

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