In 2021 the Fort Collins Interfaith Council (FCIFC) grants program will focus on projects that forward our mission:
The Fort Collins Interfaith Council’s Mission is to facilitate interfaith understanding, cooperation and action towards the greater good in our community.
FCIFC will fund projects that promote the common good in our community of Fort Collins and involve diverse groups of people in both the planning and implementation of the project.
FCIFC will only consider applications for projects that meet the following eligibility requirements:
The project will promote dialogue and/or community education to increase understanding of diverse groups and perspectives, and initiate joint action and service.
The project will build bridges between diverse faith communities or diverse community groups within Fort Collins.
The project will occur between November 2021 and September 2022.
Think interfaith conversations,
Interfaith connections, and/or
Applications are due July 31, 2021. Click the button below to download the application form.
Submit completed forms to email@example.com.
Grants will be awarded at the Fort Collins Interfaith Council’s Annual Dinner in the Fall.
You may address questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FCIFC Grants Team 2021
2020 was a very different and difficult year for everyone. The IFC Grants Team took the opportunity during this uncertain year to give two kinds of grants in 2020. First, we gave small grants to non-profit organizations that really stepped up to serve the Fort Collins community during this difficult year.
In June, we gave grant money to:
A Little Help
Boys and Girls Clubs of Larimer County
Family Housing Network
Volunteers of America
In September, we gave grant money to:
Catholic Charities Hospitality Kitchen
In December, we gave grant money to:
Debut Theater Company
Early Childhood Council of Larimer County
La Familia / The Family Center
Grand Families Coalition
Our major grant recipients in 2020 were Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity for their Multi-Faith Build and World Wisdoms Project for their presentation on The Roots of White Supremacy.
Major grants were designated to projects that helped further the mission of the Fort Collins Area Interfaith Council. Both of these projects brought people of different beliefs together for a common and meaningful purpose. We are pleased to support these two organizations AND to participate in their good work!
Grant money was given to IFC by Fort Collins faith communities, non-profits and individuals. Together, the total was substantial and the results were significant! Yes, we are better together! Thank you all!
In all, $8,500 helped to fund the work of 12 different organizations in our community!