Community Impact Granting

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Community Impact Granting

2023 Applications will open on April 10th and are due by April 28th. There will only be one granting cycle.

Granting guidelines are as follows -

  • Priority will be given for initiatives that address important and/or unmet needs
  • Results must benefit those who live in Sweet Grass County
  • Initiative helps fulfill the mission of the organization applying
  • Organization must have a history of impact in the community
  • Must be completed within one year of grant award
  • Requests can be up to $10,000

Community Impact grants will not be given to cover payroll expenses or to fund projects retroactively.

Applicants must be a 501(c)3 organization or a tax-exempt entity.

Applications are available through our online process -

If you have applied through our online process before, you will need to use the same login information.

Here are a few resources for applicants when getting started -

Chamber Farmers Market Shed
Before snack bar
After snack bar
Before pantry storage
After Pantry


This grant helped us bring ‘Every Brilliant Thing’ to our high school. Students were able to role play and have a discussion about suicide, depression, and resilience. The goal, to diminish the shame associated with suicide and mental illness and bring awareness of depression and suicide to students and staff with SGHS.

SGC Public Health