Who is eligible for a community grant?


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Eligibility for community grants depends on the specific requirements laid out by the grant-giving organization. Generally, grants are awarded to organizations that hold current tax-exempt status or are official government entities, schools or faith-based organizations.

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Grant recipients typically have to meet additional requirements related to the specific nature of their projects. Many grant-providing organizations specify that the grants must be used for work in specific areas, such as education, hunger or public health. For example, State Farm focuses its grant-giving efforts on education and safety, while Coca-Cola's giving program focuses on sustainability, education and healthy living. Additional examples of grant eligibility requirements are available on the YSA.org index of grants focused on youth and education.

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