Impact100 Grant Program Accepting Applications Through Aug. 31

$150,000 available in grant funds available for Macon County nonprofits.

The Community Foundation of Macon County will award a total of $150,000 in Impact100 grant funding to Macon County nonprofits in the areas of arts/culture/recreation, social services, conservation/environment, health, youth and education. The grant portal will close at 4:30PM on August 31.

To be eligible for funding, organizations must be located in Macon County, have 501(c)3 status or be a qualified charitable, religious or government organization. The CFMC grantmaking process prioritizes organizations that are recognized by the IRS as operating public charities for a minimum of 3 years. Minimum grants awarded per organization are $10,000 and maximum grants are $25,000. All grant recipients will be announced LIVE on Byers and Company at 8:05AM on Tuesday, October 17.

For more information on types of projects supported and not supported, please visit Impact100.

Questions about the competitive grant cycle and application process should be directed to CFMC Director of Communications, Rachel Moran, at or by calling 217.429.3000.