The Roy E. Murray Foundation Fund Grant for Youth Grant
notification: September 1, 2019
final reports on 2018 grants due: June 15, 2019
The Roy E. Murray Foundation Fund Grant for Youth seeks to support charitable organizations in the Quad Cities are that promote youth activities. Roy, the former President of Hiland Potato Chip Co., recognized the importance of leaving a legacy and meeting the needs of those in the community who needed help the most.
Teen participants in the Boys and Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley benefit from the Roy E. Murray grant the organization received for youth development.
The Roy E. Murray Foundation Fund supports projects and programs that promote and benefit youth activities. Grant applications that meet a nonprofit's small emergency needs will be given preference. In addition, applications in support of capital campaigns will also be considered.
Starting in 2019, applications will be accepted through a Combined Field of Interest Fund grant opportunity. Please click here for more information.
Eligible nonprofit organizations:
Are located in or serving residents of Rock Island County, Illinois and/or Scott County, Iowa.
If your organization is not a 501(c)3, government entity, or school, the minimum amount the Community Foundation can award for a request is $1,000.
Please follow the link to our webpage What We Look For to read information on "general grant program eligibility requirements" and "areas not funded by grant programs."
We’re here to help you to be as successful as you can with your grant application. To discuss if your project is the right fit, contact:
Lisa Stachula / email
Call (563) 326-2840
Please complete a final report when you have finished your project, or within one year, whichever is sooner. Reports are completed in the same online system you submitted your application.