Gilmore Foundation, Inc.
From our humble beginnings in 1916 we have never lost sight of the founding tenet left to us by Mr. E. D. Gilmore -'To Benefit Humanity'. Our purpose is to improve the quality of life for all residents of Monroe County.
Gilmore Early Learning Initiative
Gilmore Foundation to announce the Gilmore Early Learning
on October 19, 2006.
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process for 2007 announced
The Grant Program for 2007 has been revised. All organizations are invited to submit a one page summary, including the budgeted grant amount to the Foundation. This one page summary will only be accepted online. Organizations that are applying for grants must be located in Monroe County.
The Foundation will accept all summaries for review. Upon review the Foundation will determine which programs meet the goals and objectives of the Foundation. Successful organizations will then be asked to submit a full grant package. Organizations that are asked to submit the full grant package are not guaranteed funding.
The Foundation will accept grant requests for all qualified organizations. On the recommendation of our Community Focus Group our primary focus will be the following areas: Early Childhood Education, Workforce Development, Unemployment and Public Safety.
Grants Summaries accepted January 1 - January 15, 2007
Grant Committee Invitations – third week of January, 2007
Grants accepted January 31 – February 15, 2007
Grant Award Announcements - May 2007
Groundbreaking Ceremony held for The Gilmore Foundation Conference Center.
Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Monday, April 24, 2006 at 10 am at the Gilmore Foundation Conference Center site behind the Amory Regional Museum. The Foundation expects to open the Conference Center April, 2007.