Foundation / Corporation
Spirit of Construction Foundation
02/17/20 Electronic Receipt
Grants to Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana nonprofit and educational organizations in eligible regions for community benefit and educational activities that promote the building industry. The purpose of funding is to provide training and projects that engage local youth in hands-on construction activities. The engagement of middle school children is encouraged. Projects must benefit the Greater Cincinnati region.
The principal purpose of the Foundation shall be to recognize, celebrate, and elevate the Construction Industry and its contributions to the civic, aesthetic, and economic well-being of the Greater Cincinnati Region.
Funding priorities include:
In addition to the annual grants that are awarded by the Outreach Committee, special grant requests will also be considered for recommendation to the Spirit of Construction Board for approval. These grant requests are not intended to be limited in dollar amount, and are subject to the approval of the Spirit of Construction board, as well as funds that are available within the organization to support such requests. An example of a special grant request would be the funding that has been provided in the past for our Construction Advocate/Middle School Construction Careers Outreach Program.
GrantWatch ID#: 178719
The maximum amount of grants allocated each year will not exceed an amount approved by the Spirit of Construction Board of Directors. The average amount funded per organization was $7,500 per year.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Call or email Anthony Brunsman at 513.382.4315 or TBrunsman@spiritofconstruction.org with any questions.
USA: Indiana: Southeastern Indiana; Kentucky: Northern Kentucky; Ohio: Greater Cincinnati
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