Grant Opportunities

Two grant opportunities open to nonprofits serving Kent County

Delaware Community Foundation
Posted 6/17/24

WILMINGTON — Nonprofits serving Kent County are encouraged to apply for grants from the Benjamin F. Potter Trust and Roy Klein Education Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation.

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Grant Opportunities

Two grant opportunities open to nonprofits serving Kent County

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WILMINGTON — Nonprofits serving Kent County are encouraged to apply for grants from the Benjamin F. Potter Trust and Roy Klein Education Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation.

Benjamin F. Potter Trust opportunities are open through June 30. The Potter Trust Fund was created to aid the economically underprivileged in Kent County by supporting charitable organizations serving these individuals.

Grants will support proposals for charitable organizations and activities involving programs that have a lasting, positive impact on Kent County in the areas of:

  • Crisis/emergency assistance funding for basic needs
  • Homelessness
  • Hunger
  • Health care

The CenDel Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to increasing philanthropy in Kent County, serves as the grant recommendation committee.

The Roy Klein Fund grants are open until July 15. The Roy Klein Fund is accepting grant proposals for projects or programs that support improvements to life in central Delaware through economic development initiatives and related career and occupational education in Kent County, including all of Smyrna and Milford. 

Grants are available to all 501(c)(3) organizations in Kent County or organizations that run programming that directly benefit the county.

For more information and to apply, visit delcf.org/grants.

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