Antioch Grant Information

The majority of ACF grants are awarded during an annual grant cycle through two grant categories: Program/Event Grants and Community Impact Grants. Eligible organizations must be a registered 501c3 nonprofit organizations or be under a fiscal sponsor that’s a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization. This section contains information for organizations seeking to apply for a grant.

2023-24 Antioch Grant Opportunities

The launch of ACF’s 2023 – 2024 Antioch Grant Cycle continues our mission of assisting non-profit organizations with providing needed services and opportunities. This grant cycle funding is directed to programs serving Antioch that support ACF’s core grant priorities: youth services; economic security and health; and community services. We invite eligible non-profits to apply for funding during the application period (see below). 

A link to the Program/Impact Grant application will be included at the bottom of this page during the application timeframe. 

Grant Schedule*

Apr 27, ’23   Annual Nonprofit/Community Summit 10:00 AM on Zoom
Apr 28, ’23Program/Impact Grant Cycle Opens
May 26, ’23Grant Applications due no later than 5:00 pm
June 15, ’23 Grant Application – Board Review and Approval
June 30, ’23Grant Organizations Notified
July 14, ’23Grant Revised documentation (if any) due
July 28, ’23Grants Mailed
May 10, ’24Program/Impact Grant Reports Due Online
(*) Schedule subject to change

You can find a full list of grantees here:

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Please be aware that for both grant categories, funds are limited. Therefore, not all grant requests will receive funding and your grant request may not be fully funded. We encourage you to seek and list other sources of funding that will support your effort.

Organizations may apply for either a Program/Event grant or a Community Impact grant, or both.

Program/Event Support Grants 

The Program/Event Grant will award funds of between $100 and $1,000 for community event sponsorships, program support, and organizational capacity building (such as office technology, financial management, evaluation/assessment tools, and/or board or volunteer training, etc.) to nonprofit organizations serving one or more ACF grant priority areas. 

Community Impact Grants

The Community Impact Grant will award funds in the general range of $1,000 to $2,500 with the focus on encouraging outcome-based, collaborative efforts for community impact to nonprofit organizations serving one or more ACF grant priority areas.