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Grant Applications

Fulton County Community Foundation Grants for 2017:

In an effort to be make grant dollars more accessible to community projects, the Community Foundation has no deadline for many of their applications.  Those seeking grant dollars for Sustainability, Impact, or Community Grants may submit applications at any time. Applications are found in our Fulton County Community Foundation Grant packet.

Fulton County Community Foundation Grant packet.

Fulton County Community Foundation Grant packet.

If you have questions, please contact Corinne Becknell Lucas via email at corinne@nicf.org or 574.223.2227


Adapted Housing Grant: Leroy C. Shelton American Legion Post #36 – Rochester, Indiana

Adapted Housing Grants are available to any Veteran discharged under honorable conditions with a DD Form 214. Applicant must be a resident of Fulton County, Indiana, living in the home associated
with the proposed project. This grant program exists to help Veterans live independently in a barrier-free environment.

Who is eligible?

  • Any Veteran residing in Fulton County Indiana that can submit a valid DD-214 Form given with an honorable discharge.

What Renovation Qualify?

  • Interior Remodeling of Bathrooms, Kitchens, Bedrooms, Etc.
  • Ramps for Doorways, Stoops, Porches, Decks.
  • Modifications for Visual & Hearing Impairment.

How Do I Apply?

Download the following documents for information on how to apply and contact information.

 Adapted Housing Grant guidelines and application

 Adapted Housing Grant brochure

 Adapted Housing Grant flyer


Fulton County REMC Operation Round-Up

Fulton County REMC established this non-permanent trust in March 2004. The purpose of the Fund is to support the charitable intentions of the Operation Roundup® Trust.

Operation Round Up® is a voluntary fundraising program where Fulton County REMC members donate the spare change on their energy bill to help those in need throughout the community. With an average donation of only $6.00 per year, and never more than 99 cents a month, members make a small investment that pays big dividends in the community. Operation Round Up® is families working together to improve their collective quality of life.

The program is simple. When a member of the Fulton County REMC agrees to participate, they round up their energy bill to the next dollar. The difference goes into the Operation Round Up® Trust.

Operation Round Up® can help the community fund needs such as:

  • New firefighting equipment
  • Emergency medical personnel
  • Programs for seniors youth and students
  • School supplies and clothing for those in need
  • Food banks

Operation Round Up® does NOT:

  • Increase members energy rates
  • Fund political or private interests in the community
  • Pay utility bills

Applications are due quarterly. The deadline dates are:

  • January 1st
  • April 1st
  • July 1st
  • October 1st

Download Applications

Fulton County REMC Operation Round-Up Application

To download the most recent version of Adobe Acrobat Reader, please click here.

Applications are available at the Fulton County REMC office, the NICF office and are available to download and print out as both Adobe PDF and Microsoft Word files.

If you know of an organization seeking funding for a community project or program that fits within the above areas of consideration, encourage them to apply for a grant from the Fulton County REMC Operation Round Up® Fund