Forms and Guidelines for Nonprofits 

Are you a CFBC grantee?

Congratulations on receiving a grant from the Community Foundation of Boone County! Please read the following information in detail. If you have any questions, please reach out.

Required Reporting

Organizations that receive grants and wish to apply again must first submit a final report for any previously funded projects or programs in order to be eligible for funds again. The final report deadline will be stated in the Grant Agreement; most CFBC grants require the report to be submitted within 30 days after the end of the grant period. Please complete the final report through our online portal.

ILADD, Inc. staff member receiving a check from Community Foundation of Boone County
Group of nonprofit women who won a grant award from Community Foundation of Boone County

Requesting a Grant Extension

Grants that are unable to spend the entire amount awarded or complete a majority of the funded activity within the funded grant period are required to either refund the remaining balance with an explanation or submit a grant period extension request. Email our President & CEO, Julie Reagan, explaining the reason for requesting the grant extension, why you were unable to use the funds within the original timeframe, and your plan to use all grant dollars by the extended deadline if your extension request is approved. 

Forms, Logos & References

ACH Payment Form

To be completed & either mailed to our office or hand-delivered


To be used in press releases for all CFBC grants

Communication Guidelines

Must be followed by grant recipients

Women of Impact Logo

To be used in press release for all Women of Impact grants

How to Create a Nonprofit graphic

 Best Practices For Forming a New Nonprofit

If you are forming a new nonprofit that will serve Boone County, know that we are here to help! As a community resource, we support the more than 175 current nonprofits serving Boone County. We’ve collected this information for you to use as a guide full of best practices. Questions? Contact a local accountant or attorney experienced in working with nonprofits. We look forward to working with you and seeing the impact you make by either forming your own nonprofit or joining forces with an existing nonprofit.