Native American Heritage Fund Application
Applications can be made only by the following entities:
- A public or private K-12 school, including charter school, or an accredited college or university that is located or based in the State of Michigan. The Board has determined that colleges and universities whose curriculum and presence in the state is wholly online and for-profit colleges and universities are not eligible applicants.
- A “local unit of government” defined as a political subdivision of the State of Michigan, including a school district, a community college district, an intermediate school district, a city, a village, a township, a road commission, or a county, if the political subdivision has as its primary purpose of providing local governmental services for residents in a geographically limited area of this State.
- Non-profit organizations may apply for funds only if the project/purpose is being undertaken on behalf of a sponsoring public or private K-12 school, college, university, or eligible local unit of government.
Please send applications to:
- Calhoun County Administrator/Controller Kelli Scott at 315 West Green Street, Marshall, MI 49068, or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2022 grant cycle is currently open. Applications are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, June 10.
Click here for the 2022 application, or submit online below.