Make a Difference in Woodbury
Since 2003, the Woodbury Community Foundation has worked hard to address the needs of those who live and work in Woodbury. Now, under new leadership, WCF is once again proud to offer Community Grants to support and invest in local nonprofits, which are doing work to make a real difference in real people’s lives.
WCF will be accepting grant applications from Aug. 15 to Sept. 21, 2018.
WCF will give special consideration to funding nonprofit projects that address one of four strategic focus areas that have been identified by the community as areas of local concern in 2018. They include:
- Improve community health and well-being
- Reduce hunger, especially for underserved local families
- Increase public safety
- Expand youth development
Our new, revised 2018 Grants Program will fund grants of up to $2,000 for as many as four qualifying nonprofits or government entities, including schools or community organizations, such as coalitions or a collaborative.
Grant applications are due by 5:00 pm on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. The Grants will be awarded at the WCF Chef Fest on Nov.18!
For questions, contact the Foundation:
Lori Nelson, Executive Director
Woodbury Community Foundation
724 Bielenberg Drive, Suite #129
Woodbury, MN 55125
“The Woodbury Community Foundation has worked hard to address the needs of those who live and work in Woodbury. The new 2018 Community Grants Program will help fund nonprofits, which are making a real difference in real people’s lives.”
In 2011 the Foundation provided grants to the following Local Nonprofits serving the Woodbury area:
- Community Thread
- HSI(Human Services, Inc.)
- Store to Door
- Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity
- YMCA of Woodbury
- Youth Service Bureau
In 2010, the WCF provided grants to the following Local Nonprofits serving the citizens of Woodbury:
In 2009, we provided grants to the following Local Nonprofits: