Discretionary Grants Closed

Grant Schedule

Grant ProgramNext Application OpeningNext Application ClosingAwards AnnouncedStatus
JoLyn Beeman Memorial Children’s FundSep. 15, 2023Oct. 15, 2023Dec. 1, 2023Closed
Community ImpactNov. 1, 2023Dec. 15, 2023Feb. 15, 2024Closed
School District of Beloit | Teachers Mini-GrantSep. 15, 2023Oct. 15, 2023Dec. 1, 2023Closed
Treble Clef Music FundSep. 15, 2023Oct. 15, 2023Dec. 1, 2023Closed
Women’s FundJan. 8, 2024Feb. 27, 2024Apr. 1, 2024Closed

Grant Guidelines & Application Process

The Stateline Community Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life in the Stateline Area! We seek to serve the greatest number of people in a broad range of funding areas.

Grant FAQ

Do you have questions about the Stateline Community Foundation’s grantmaking process? You may be able to find the answer here.
If not, email us or call (608) 362-4228.

Organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code providing services to the Stateline Area are eligible to apply.

Beloit, Clinton, Orfordville, Rockton, Roscoe, and South Beloit. We will also consider programs providing support to residents of these communities.

The Community Foundation encourages innovative proposals addressing current and emerging needs, collaboration among agencies, and capacity building.

We cannot consider funding outside our service area, debt reduction, fundraising, or research/travel grants. With limited resources the Foundation should not be relied on for ongoing operating funds. As a 501(c)3, the Foundation cannot support political efforts.

Final decisions are made by the Foundation’s board of directors. The grant schedule above contains application and decisions dates. .

All applications are submitted through the Grant Portal accessed by clicking the “Apply Here” button located on this page.

Final report are submitter through the Grant Portal.