Microgrants help nonprofit Macon County Legacy members obtain strategies and skills to enhance professional and organizational productivity.

Microgrants may be used for conferences and training expenses, as well as for travel costs associated with attending the conference/training.

Application Process

Applications will be accepted through the online portal beginning Feb. 28, 2022, for grant amounts up to $1,500. The deadline to apply is March 31. 2022.

Recipients will be announced April 12, 2022.


Microgrants help fund nonprofit staff and board member trainings and professional development programs of choice. Microgrants are strategic investments in people and organizations to be used to defray the cost of attending programs that are targeted at improving the management, governance and leadership of the applicant organization.

The maximum grant amount awarded per organization is $1,500, and the organization must pay no less than 20 percent of the total cost of the training.

  • Microgrants will support only FUTURE opportunities, not trainings or professional development already completed.
  • Organization may apply for only one microgrant per cycle.
  • Organization must be a member of Macon County Legacy Group.

Note: Preference will be given to organizations with an annual budget of less than $1 million.

Dollars are tight in most organizations ... please don't miss out on this great opportunity!

2021 Microgrant Awardees

Curious to know what organizations were awarded microgrants in 2021? See who was chosen!

Have Questions?

Please contact CFMC Director of Strategic Grantmaking Tony Holly via email or call him at 217.429.3000.

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