The BIG Idea: Give your small change. To make change for Grenada. Together.
The idea is simple. You give a dollar a day – $365 a year – to make our community better. Those daily dollars – just the price of one soda – are pooled with those from others. Then you decide together which organizations dedicated to improving Grenada receive the money. That’s Grenada Gives 365 in a nutshell. Your pocket change creates large positive change in Grenada. And you help decide how.
When you join Give 365, half of your contribution is used for grants that year and half is placed in the Community Leadership Fund, a fund that will support grants and GCF in future years. As a member, you’re eligible to participate in the annual grant-making process. Unless you tell us otherwise, you are also listed on the GCF website (yes, this one!). Charter Members of Grenada Gives 365 are those who gave in our 2011 inaugural campaign.
If you’re not a member of Give 365 yet, why wait? The more members, the more money available for grants for our community. Give today and help us achieve our goal of 2016 Membership goal of 100 Members. And don’t forget to ask your employer about matching gift programs. All gifts are tax deductible, as GCF is a registered MS charity recognized as tax exempt by the IRS.
If you can’t give $365 or more now, the Donate Now form allows you to set up recurring monthly payments. We hope you will consider making a gift of any amount, and tell all your friends to join Grenada Gives 365.
How to Join:
There are several ways to join the select group of citizens of Grenada who together will make a significant difference. Choose the one that works for you:
- Make your check out to Grenada Community Foundation & mail to 81 S. Church Street, Grenada, MS 38901.
- Make a credit card gift using the Donate Now button on this page.
- Indicate “Anonymous” if you do NOT want to be named as a Member.
For more information, email Sabrina Howell at Sabrina@LawFirmMS.com.
Grenada Community Foundation is a not for profit corporation registered as a charity with the Mississippi Secretary of State
and recognized by the United States Internal Revenue Service as tax exempt under Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code.