The Community Foundation of Northern Rosebud County (CFNRC) Foundation has been contributing to outstanding community projects for fourteen years, investing over $200,000 back into the communities of Northern Rosebud County.
The 2022 Spring granting cycle produced another round of exceptional applications and projects, with $23,975 being rewarded – $18,975 from the CFNRC fund and $5,000 from the Edna Olson Fund for Youth.
“I was really impressed with all the grant applications,” said CFNRC Board Vice-President Charlee Prince, “We had applications for everything from the Garden Club’s Rosebud Health Care Center Grounds improvement, to supporting a DVD (Hats off to Ranchers) that pays tribute to area ranching and ranchers, to providing Forsyth Youth Soccer new goals, to the City of Forsyth Branding Project.”
“It is important to note that the Community Foundation Board awards the funds through a strategic granting process,” added CFNRC Board President Robert Engle, “And this Spring’s grantees excelled in the development of their applications.”
Below is a list of all granted projects that received funding from the Community Foundation (in no particular order):
The 2023 Grant cycle opens February 1, 2023, and ends March 1, 2023. Grant applications must be postmarked by March 1, 2023.
You can download your application at the button above or pick up a hard copy at First State Bank of Forsyth or the Rosebud-Treasure County Extension office in the Rosebud County Courthouse.
For assistance completing the application, contact:
Jennifer Anderson, Extension Agent, 406-346-7320.