Now Accepting Applications-Youth Action Council
The Heartland Community Foundation Youth Action Council is a leadership and enrichment program for high school students, grades 10-12, in Ellis, Rooks, and Trego counties.
Council members will have the opportunity to learn about generosity in a practical way – by being generous.
Heartland Community Foundation awards over $43,000 in Ellis CountyJune 23, 2022
HAYS, Kan.— The Heartland Community Foundation, which serves Ellis, Rooks and Trego Counties, recently awarded over $108,000 in spring grants to area organizations across the three counties.
Heartland Community Foundation awards over $33,000 in Trego CountyJune 23, 2022
HAYS, Kan.—The Heartland Community Foundation, which serves Ellis, Rooks and Trego Counties, recently awarded over $108,000 in spring grants to area organizations across the three counties.
- Thursday, September 15, 202209/15/2022 11/15/2022 Fall Grants Open Fall Grant Cycle Open Online
Fall Grants Open
- Tuesday, November 15, 202211/15/2022 true Fall Grants Due Fall Grants Due Online
Fall Grants Due
- Wednesday, March 15, 202303/15/2023 05/15/2023 Spring Grants Open Spring Grants Open Online
Spring Grants Open
- Monday, May 15, 202305/15/2023 true Spring Grants Due Spring Grants Due Online
Spring Grants Due
"When learning how to deal with emotions, it can be messy, so having a calm space to learn in is so crucial," said Kaci Nichols, Stockton Grade School Counselor.
A grant was awarded to USD 271 to support the new Tiger Read Regulation Room at Stockton Grade School.
Biology students at Trego Community High School received new microscopes from a grant enabling them to see bacteria and other small structures that were not visible using prior 30-year old equipment.
"My students, a fellow science teacher, and I greatly appreciate the opportunity that this grant has provided," said James Burk, Biology teacher.