Grants and Scholarship|
The financial resources of the Union County Foundation are used to make grants and scholarships that benefit the quality of life for all the citizens of Union County.
The Foundation provides a vehicle for gifts of any size or character to be used to that end.
See below for our various programs.
The following grants and scholarships are available; please see individual grants and scholarships for current availability and application deadlines:|
Union County Foundation Quarterly Grant Program|
The Union County Foundation offers a Quarterly Grant Program to support non-profit groups and organizations in Union County.
- Applying for a Grant? CLICK HERE for information and application materials for the Foundation’s Quarterly Grant Program.
- Grant Check Recipient? CLICK HERE to complete a brief survey about your
grant. Your response helps us comply with national standards established for community foundations by the
National Council on Foundations and to continue possible financial support of your organization in the future.
Scholarships for Union County Graduating High School Seniors|
The Union County Foundation houses funds that provide scholarships to qualifying high school seniors throughout Union County.
- Looking for a Scholarship? CLICK HERE to browse the list of scholarships anytime or to apply
during when Applications are open (typically, December through April).
- Scholarship Recipient? CLICK HERE to complete this form.
John & Kandy Taylor College Book Allowance Fund|
This fund benefits Union County residing college students whom are attending college, technical, or vocational school. A minimum of $200 will be awarded each calendar
year to be used to help defray the cost of college books and supplies. Proof of such purchases (receipts) will be required to receive the distribution.
Learn more: CLICK HERE for the application form, which includes instructions on documentation needed and how to submit completed applications.
Coleman Memorial Scholarship
The Coleman Memorial Scholarship fund benefits children with disabilities, ages 18 and under, by providing support for camp experiences.
Please note: All available funds for the 2019 Coleman Memorial Scholarship have been distributed. No more applications for 2019 can be received.
Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation Union County Fund Hometown Community Garden and Greenspace Grants|
Congratulations to the 2018 Hometown Grantees, doing big things to better their Union County community!
Click here for a list of this year’s fourteen grant winners.
To promote the development and maintenance of thriving community gardens and greenspaces in its hometown of Union County, The Scotts Miracle-Gro Foundation Fund offers an
annual grant program to fund public greenscapes.
Applications are accepted each year in early August through early October; grant awards are announced by the end of November to support garden/greenspace projects for the following
- Learn more: CLICK HERE for Grant information
- Garden & Greenspace Grant Recipients: CLICK HERE to access the Year-end Project Report.
Feed Union County Grant Program
The Feed Union County Grant Program supports non-profit groups and organizations in Union County that provide meals and/or food to those in need.
There are limited funds for this program. Grant applications will be considered and awarded until the limited funds have been expended.
CLICK HERE for the application for the 2019 Feed Union County Grant Program.