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Midland Area Community Foundation to offer a Revenue Disruption Grant for nonprofit organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic

November 23rd, 2020

Midland Area Community Foundation (MACF) is pleased to announce a unique grant opportunity for Midland County’s 501c3 nonprofit organizations, governmental entities, and educational institutions through a Revenue Disruption Grant. MACF continues to identify ways to support the community through the evolving impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Thus far Midland Area Community Foundation has dispersed $1.4 million in COVID-19 support to businesses, nonprofits, and individuals in Midland County,” said Sharon Mortensen, President & CEO of the Midland Area Community Foundation. “We are so thankful for those who made generous contributions to the COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund to help make these grant opportunities possible.”

The Revenue Disruption Grant Cycle will be an opportunity to assist organizations that have experienced a disruption to their pre-pandemic revenue streams. Through the use of remaining COVID-19 Disaster Relief funds and 2020 grant funds, the Revenue Disruption Grant will serve as a way for nonprofits to fill some of their revenue gap related to the financial impact of COVID-19.  The Community Foundation looks forward to awarding over $350,000 to local nonprofits through this grant opportunity.

“The Revenue Disruption Grant is a vehicle for us to pledge our support for local community partners,” said Mortensen. “The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the bottom line for so many local organizations. We want to support nonprofits, governmental entities, and educational institutions that play an integral role in the fabric of our community.”

The Revenue Disruption Grant Cycle will be open for application from November 23 through December 13. Grant applications will be considered up to $30,000.

If you would like to learn more about this grant opportunity, please visit or contact Alysia Christy, Midland Area Community Foundation Director of Community Impact at or 989-839-9661.