OHFN and RCIF Funding Partnership Announced

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (OHFN) and the Rocky Community Improvement Fund (RCIF) are pleased to announce their 2017 spring grant cycle funding partnership.

Since 2013, the funding partnership has awarded over $300,000 to nearly 50 organizations. This year, OHFN and RCIF will again collaborate to support local programs in Nelsonville and surrounding areas addressing educational, health, social service, housing and community development needs. 

Nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations in the Nelsonville area are encouraged to apply. Grant application forms are available on the RCIF website.

"OHFN values the leverage and impact that can result from funding collaborations and our partnership with RCIF is a natural, given our shared commitment to Nelsonville and the surrounding area."
-Susan Beaudry - director of programs, Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville
 
"RCIF is very excited for our continued partnership with the OHFN in 2017. Together, we hope to make a lasting impact in Nelsonville and the surrounding communities through the great work being done every day by our local nonprofits." 
-Renee Stickel - chairperson, Rocky Community Improvement Fund

Grant Application Timeline

April 1st - Grant Applications Due
May 1st - Funding Decisions Announced

OHFN and RCIF Funding Partnership Announced

The Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville (OHFN) and the Rocky Community Improvement Fund (RCIF) are pleased to announce their 2017 spring grant cycle funding partnership.

Since 2013, the funding partnership has awarded over $300,000 to nearly 50 organizations. This year, OHFN and RCIF will again collaborate to support local programs in Nelsonville and surrounding areas addressing educational, health, social service, housing and community development needs. 

Nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations in the Nelsonville area are encouraged to apply. Grant application forms are available on the RCIF website.

"OHFN values the leverage and impact that can result from funding collaborations and our partnership with RCIF is a natural, given our shared commitment to Nelsonville and the surrounding area."
-Susan Beaudry - director of programs, Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Nelsonville
 
"RCIF is very excited for our continued partnership with the OHFN in 2017. Together, we hope to make a lasting impact in Nelsonville and the surrounding communities through the great work being done every day by our local nonprofits." 
-Renee Stickel - chairperson, Rocky Community Improvement Fund

Grant Application Timeline

April 1st - Grant Applications Due
May 1st - Funding Decisions Announced