The Community Foundation for Livingston County awards grants of varying sizes that strengthen Livingston County and benefit its residents. Grants typically range from $5,000 to $25,000. Normally, grants are not made for projects that travel outside of Livingston County.


Applications are due August 15, 2022, at 5 p.m.

How to Apply

Important Note: We have a new online grants management system. If you think you will apply for a grant, you should go on the site now and register your organization. Registration only needs to happen once, but is required before you can submit an application.

Steps in apply to the Community Foundation for Livingston County are as follows:


The grantmaking priorities for the Community Foundation for Livingston County are aligned with the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan’s grantmaking guidelines in terms of general content and supporting material for a grant application. Where there is a contradiction between the grantmaking guidelines and the information provided above (i.e. deadlines and grant award amounts), the information above takes precedence.

Review the Grantmaking Guidelines

After reviewing these guidelines, potential applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the Community Foundation to discuss a proposed project before submitting a proposal. Organizations can contact Greg Yankee, who is the program officer for the Community Foundation for Livingston County. He is available to discuss ideas and answer questions about the grantmaking process.

Whether or not you decide to proceed with an application, we welcome the opportunity to learn more from you about the issues and opportunities in Livingston County as you see them.


Once you’ve reviewed the grantmaking guidelines and spoken with Greg, it’s time to start your grant application.

Start an Application

Questions? Feel free to contact

Gregory Yankee
Senior Program Officer

Email Greg