New Idaho Community Foundation grant opportunity: The Cancer Connection of Idaho

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The Idaho Community Foundation (ICF) is offering a new grant opportunity for health and human services organizations. The Cancer Connection of Idaho (TCCI) Fund in ICF is offering grants up to $5,000 to nonprofits, public educational institutions, governmental entities and others that provide programs for those affected by cancer.

Grant applications should support TCCI’s mission to “empower people touched by cancer to find support, resources, education and a sense of community.” Past grants have supported a writing contest for teens that had cancer or a loved one with cancer, wellness programs such as gentle yoga and movement classes, mind-body skills and more.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis with deadlines four times per year: Feb. 1, May 1, Aug. 1 and Nov. 1.

For information or to download an application, go to https://www.idcomfdn.org/DA_Grants and scroll to Cancer Connection Idaho Fund

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