Grant applications to aid Kent County underprivileged open

Delaware State News
Posted 5/2/22

DOVER — Nonprofit organizations supporting the needy in Kent County are invited to apply for grants from the Benjamin F. Potter Trust through the Delaware Community Foundation. The application …

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Grant applications to aid Kent County underprivileged open

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DOVER — Nonprofit organizations supporting the needy in Kent County are invited to apply for grants from the Benjamin F. Potter Trust through the Delaware Community Foundation. The application opened Monday and the deadline is 5 p.m., Wednesday June 24.

The purpose of the Benjamin F. Potter Trust, created in 1843 and one of the oldest continuing trusts of its type in the nation, is to aid the economically underprivileged in Kent County by supporting charitable organizations serving these individuals. The CenDel Foundation, which brings expertise in needs in Kent County, serves as the grant recommendation committee. The areas of focus considered for funding are: crisis/emergency assistance funding for basic needs, homelessness, hunger and health care.

Grants will support proposals for charitable organizations and activities involving programs that have a lasting, positive impact on Kent County.

The Trust will award approximately $360,000 in 2022 to qualified 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations that serve Kent County. Each grant request must be submitted via the DCF’s online grants portal by June 24.

All applicants will be notified of the committee’s decision in August. For more information, contact Mike DiPaolo at 302-355-6933. To find out more about CenDel, visit here.