CFO opens grantmaking programs

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                 The Community Foundation of the Ozarks opens its 2022–23 competitive grant rounds today with about $2.4 million available for eligible nonprofit, civic, educational and faith-based organizations across central and southern Missouri.

                  The CFO’s discretionary grantmaking funds are made possible by donors who make gifts that are unrestricted or focus on a general field of interest such as youth, health or education, as well as external partnerships in which the CFO administers grant programs on behalf of funders.
                  Open grant programs are listed on the CFO’s website at, and agencies can begin the application process at
                  Updates on application periods for grant cycles will be shared through the CFO’s social media accounts throughout the year.
                  Founded in 1973, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks is the region’s largest public charitable foundation serving a network of donors, 53 regional affiliate foundations and nonprofit partners across central and southern Missouri.