The Dublin Community Foundation Grants

The Dublin Community Foundation welcomes grant applications from non-profit, tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) organizations serving the Dublin community and immediately surrounding communities. Grants are awarded twice a year by the Dublin Community Foundation. Grants that are presented from The Dublin Foundation are determined by its Board of Trustees. Board members are responsible for prudent review of funding requests.

The Board of Trustees has determine priority areas of giving in the Dublin community with the goal of creating significant, widespread impact.

The Dublin Community Foundation looks at grants in 4 categories, Health and Human Services, Education and Youth Development, Economic Development and Arts and Culture.

The Dublin Foundation considers the following criteria for grant evaluation:

  • The project is likely to continue and expand after the grant period expires.
  • All potential funding avenues have been and will be explored by the applicant.
  • Grant award will serve as “seed money” for new and dynamic projects.
  • Financial support would be vital or catalytic to the project’s success
  • The project stimulates cooperation among agencies without duplication of services.
  • Compliance of grantee with reporting requirements for any prior awards.
  • Grant request is compatible with the Dublin Foundation mission.

Apply today.