TL Future Fund announces grants available for charitable programs in the area

Nonprofits in the Twin Lakes Area can go to to apply online for Giving Tree Grants through the Twin Lakes Future Fund, part of the Twin Lakes Community Foundation, an affiliate of Arkansas Community Foundation. Applications must be submitted online by Aug. 15.

The Twin Lakes Future Fund is composed of local young professionals between the ages of 20 and 49 and was created to engage the next generation of leaders in philanthropy. Since its’ formation in 2012, the Future Fund has awarded over $28,000 in grants to benefit Baxter, Marion, Izard and Fulton Counties.

Grants typically range from $1,000 to $1,500. Requests for all types of grants will be considered. Priority is given to organizations based in the Twin Lakes Area; however, the Twin Lakes Future Fund will consider applications from organizations based in other areas if they can demonstrate that their program will provide direct services to people in Baxter, Marion, Izard and Fulton counties.

Nonprofits can visit to view Giving Tree grant submission guidelines and begin the application process.

Any IRS 501(c)(3) public charity, public school, government agency or hospital in Baxter, Fulton, Izard and/or Marion counties are eligible to apply. Other applicants may be considered if the project has a clear charitable purpose for the public benefit. Grants are not made to individuals. Applications will be reviewed by a grantmaking committee from the Twin Lakes Future Fund.

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