Community Enhancement Fund

The Community Enhancement Fund provides funding for projects that offer practical solutions to current community needs. The Foundation favors projects that promote cooperation and collaboration between agencies, promote volunteer involvement, strengthen an organization’s effectiveness and stability, or address prevention as well as intervention.

Average grant awards from the Community Enhancement Fund are between $500 and $2,000. Currently, the Community Enhancement Fund has no grants available, but check back soon! (Lloyd Fund applicants can still use the CEF link to access the application.)

Community Enhancement Fund eligible applicants are charitable non-profit organizations in Grant, Green, Iowa, Lafayette, Rock, Sauk, Vernon and Walworth counties that do not have access to grant dollars from a CFSW community fund.

The Community Foundation has established community funds that serve Argyle, Benton, Blanchardville/Hollandale area, Crawford County, Darlington, Edgerton, Elkhorn, Evansville, Janesville, Lancaster, Milton, Monroe, New Glarus, Platteville, Shullsburg and South Wayne.

The applicant must be a charitable non-profit organization with a project or program that relates to the Fund’s mission. Grant requests for endowment funds will not be considered. Individuals are not eligible applicants.  For more information about the application process visit our Grantmaking Process page.

Charitable non-profit organizations can access grant application forms online here or in the Grants section of the Community Foundation’s website.