Application & Report Forms

Current Competitive Grant Cycles

Community Impact Grant

We are currently accepting Letters of Intent to apply for a Community Impact Grant through November 23, 2015.  To learn more about Community Impact Grants, or for instructions on how to apply, please download the Request for Letters of Intent.

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Homelessness Prevention - Looking toward Tomorrow Grants

The Looking toward Tomorrow grants offer up to $10,000 for 501(c)(3) organizations that provide temporary, emergency assistance such as rent, food and services to individuals and families in Arlington County and are looking to enhance, revitalize and/or change a part of their organization to meet future needs of the population they serve. The Arlington Community Foundation is seeking to support one or more of these organizations in their efforts to reform existing systems in order to increase capacity and service delivery, test innovative programs and/or implement or improve collaborative efforts.

The application period for the 2015 Looking toward Tomorrow Grants is currently closed.  Applicants will be notified of funding status no later than December 1.

Arlington Education Fund Grants

The mission of this Fund is to enhance the community by providing grants to educators and nonprofit organizations for innovative projects that supplement and enrich the learning environment for preschool to adult students in Arlington.

Organizations and individuals with projects designed to meet educational needs of Arlington residents are encouraged to apply. The Arlington Education Fund will award grants of up to $1,500 towards total project cost. All grant awards must be payable through a 501(c)3 nonprofit or equivalent organization (school, church etc.).

The application period for the fall 2015 Arlington Education Fund Grants is currently closed.  All applicants will be notified of funding status no later than December 1.

Prompt Response Grants

These grants help eligible nonprofit organizations meet urgent, unexpected community needs or take advantage of unexpected opportunities. Non-profits serving those who live or work in Arlington may apply at any time year-round, and can expect a response to the application within one week.  Prompt Response Grants are awarded for either up to $3,000 if the purpose involves the prevention of homelessness, or up to $1,000 for all other types of requests.


Report Form

The Grant Report Form and report must be completed and returned  to the Arlington Community Foundation within nine(9) months of the award date or thirty (30) days after completion of the project/program. Click below to download the form.