The health and safety of our partners, staff, and community is our top priority. As the number of cases of the coronavirus, COVID-19, continue to grow in our community and around the world, we are taking precautions and making plans to manage the situation in a way that allows us to continue our work and provide ways to contribute to community efforts to limit the spread of the virus and its impact on our community. Learn more.
Wondering how we partner with community, organizations, individuals, and donors to transform our community? Read on.
The Community Foundation of Louisville hosts a number of grant opportunities. Each one is unique in its criteria, application period, and amount awarded.
The Oldham County Community Foundation Grant application is currently open until June 12. To review eligibility requirements and to apply click the link below.
The Community Foundation of Louisville regularly convenes and supports discussion of timely and important topics affecting our community. It also provides support for community foundations to work in rural parts of Kentucky.
Coffee & Conversation
Join Community Foundation of Louisville staff and your colleagues in the nonprofit community to share, listen, and connect. Check back for details on our next session.
The Hunger Innovation Fellowship is focused on accellerating and elevating the work of local nonprofits working toward systems-level change within Louisville’s food ecosystem.
Health Equity Fund
The Louisville Health Equity Fund is hosted by the Community Foundation and its purpose is to advance our culture of health by demonstrating the promise of collaboration, innovation, and intentional investment with a racial equity lens.
Next Louisville is a partnership with Louisville Public Media's WFPL News that seeks to produce journalism that informs, engages, and inspires conversation about our city’s most pressing issues.
The Community Foundation of Louisville believes our community is stronger when nonprofits and other community-minded organizations have the financial resources, connections, knowledge, and support to thrive.
Building permanent endowment funds may be your nonprofit’s answer to ensuring long-term viability. Learn how the Community Foundation can make it easy for you.
Fund for Louisville Capacity Building Grants
The Fund for Louisville capacity building grants program was established because we believe that strong nonprofit organizations lead to greater impact.
Field of Interest Grants
Field of Interest Grants support organizations working within a specific geographic region; toward a specific purpose; or with a specific population. Each Field of Interest Fund was established by a donor with a specific charitable purpose in mind and, in perpetuity, will continue to support the issues that the donor cared about most.
Give For Good Louisville
Give For Good Louisville is the Community Foundation of Louisville's 24-hour online giving day created to inspire people to give generously to the nonprofits that make our community a better, more vital place to live.
The Community Foundation of Louisville strategically invests in projects intended to generate a financial return as well as a tangible community benefit, so that our community will be a more vibrant place to live and work.
At times, when creative ideas are born in a community, they need a temporary home. The Community Foundation supports partners and groups creating good in our community
Vogt Invention & Innovation Fund
The Vogt Invention & Innovation Fund at the Community foundation of Louisville strengthens Louisville’s economic health through support for programs and events that inform innovative thinking and inspire entrepreneurship.
The Community Foundation of Louisville offers opportunities for artists, entrepreneurs, innovators, and nonprofit leaders.
The Community Foundation believes Louisville’s nonprofits are strengthened when more nonprofit leaders have access to high quality professional development opportunities. Learn more about our Alden Fellow Leadership Development Program.
Bill Fischer Award for Visual Artists
The Bill Fischer Award for Visual Artists is a $5,000 prize designed to make a meaningful impact on the career of a visual artist residing in the Louisville Metro Area.
Hadley Creatives is a comprehensive 6-month professional development program that empowers Louisville's creatives.
M.A. Hadley Prize for Visual Art
Each year the Mary Alice Hadley Prize for Visual Arts awards a Louisville artist with $5,000 to pursue a personal enrichment experience to help them achieve their full artistic potential.
Through more than 100 scholarship funds, the Community Foundation awards up to $1.6 million each academic year.
The Vogt Invention & Innovation Fund provides direct support to early-stage company founders through the Vogt Awards , which awards non-dilutive cash award to promising, early-stage companies in Louisville.