Montgomery County Community Foundation

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The Montgomery County Community Foundation accepts grant requests from qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations operating in Montgomery County, Texas. The Foundation is especially interested in funding initiatives that are collaborative, inclusive, respond to major gaps in service and rooted in the community.

Please review Current Funds to see specific interest areas presently available for grant funding. Only organizations with 501(c)(3) exempt status who have complied with all requirements of the MCCF grant application process will be considered for grant funding.

Any organization that received a grant from MCCF in a previous year must file a detailed report (on or before September 15) delineating the use of those funds prior to applying for a grant in the current year. See the MCCF Grant Application and Required Attachments for further details.

Deadline: Grant Applications must be submitted by September 15 each year. The complete package, along with one copy, should be mailed or delivered to the Foundation office and must be received by 5:00 p.m. on September 15. Facsimile and email copies will not be accepted.

MCCFoundation LogoMontgomery County Community Foundation
Attn: Julie P. Martineau - Executive Director
2001 Timberloch Place
Suite 500
The Woodlands, Texas 77380

The Montgomery County Community Foundation Board of Directors will announce awards at its annual Grants Reception in December.


The Foundation does not award grants to individuals (with the exception of educational scholarships); to support any religion or religious institution (though applications by religious organizations for community service programs may be considered); or to support any political party or lobbying effort.

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