Dane G. Hansen Foundation of Logan has granted another $50,000 to
Graham County Community Foundation through its funding partner, the
Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation. The goal of the grant
dollars is to help improve the quality of life for communities in
North Central and Northwest Kansas. The grants will be
distributed to charitable projects in Graham County through a
competitive application process. The Foundation is pleased to
partner with the Dane G. Hansen Foundation to invest grant dollars
in the community for new and innovative ideas. Grants are limited to
$15,000 or less to maximize community outreach.
As of September 15, 2018 – the link to apply for new grants has changed. Graham County Community Foundation has partnered with Greater Northwest Kansas Community Foundation to manage the Hansen Community Grants. To apply for new grants, click HERE. You will need to create a NEW login the first time you apply for a grant after September 15, 2018.
To provide final
reports on grants made prior to September 2018, click HERE
and login with your previous login credentials.
The grant portals may
appear to be the same; however, they are two separate databases and
each requires a unique login to access.
Education: Enhances the learning environment and expands
opportunities of the public school system. Provides increased
self-reliance on personal life skills and workforce capability.
Health Care: Ensures access to quality health services and promotes
healthy life practices.
Community Social Services &
Security: Enhance access to social services
needed for individuals of special needs and supports systems to
provide community disaster relief and general community emergencies.
Conservation & Environment: Support efforts to improve and maintain high air and
water quality, appreciation for our natural environment and enhances
economic and social benefits of outdoor resources.
Arts & Culture: Provide cultural and artistic opportunities to enhance
the quality of life for local residents and to encourage tourism and
the exchange of ideas.
Community Beautification: Support efforts to improve and maintain public spaces
to enhance community pride and encourage socialization among
Pr Preference will be given to applications that
include community involvement and volunteerism.
Grants shall not be used to reduce or replace regular budgetary
needs for programs or projects that are tax-supported.
Grants are not awarded for endowment or operational expenses.
How to apply:
All applicants will need to fill out a grant application form through our online grant system. Click on "Apply Here" to get started. For support in using the grant application portal, please contact GNWKCF at 785-734-2406 or by email at email@example.com .
Applications will be accepted twice a year:
15 – November 15 and awards made by the end of December.
- April 1 – May 31 and awards made by the end of June.