Frances Langford Fund for Martin County
Letter of Intent Technical Assistance Workshop

On behalf of the Martin County Community Foundation Grants Committee, thank you to everyone who was able to attend yesterday’s Letter of Intent workshop!

The Martin County Community Foundation (MCCF) is pleased to launch the 2017-2018 grant application cycle for the Frances Langford Fund for Martin County. All interested eligible applicant organizations seeking to enter the competitive Request for Proposal (RFP) process for the 2017-2018 funding cycle must submit a Letter of Intent (LOI).

The Letter of Intent will help MCCF staff and Grants Committee to determine if the proposed program/project is consistent with the scope of the organization seeking the grant. Following the review of the LOIs, applicants will be selected and invited to submit full applications for consideration.

The Agents for Change Impact grants will be awarded to programs/projects that address an issue or need that will positively affect people, places, the environment or the social service delivery system. The ideal proposal will present a program or project that will result in a transformative change in one or more of the following: an organization’s service delivery model, the broader service delivery network, or a specific targeted area of need. Applications must demonstrate verifiable need, feasible meaningful outcomes, and sustainability. Applications should highlight collective impact possibilities where outcomes will benefit multiple organizations, a broader population or the community at large. An ideal request will leverage relationships with other entities to amplify and/or magnify the change.

All letters of intent should be emailed to as well as hard copies delivered to the Community Foundation at 789 SW Federal Highway | Suite 214 | Stuart, FL 34994.

As we said yesterday, this is a high touch process. If you have any questions at all, please call the Martin County Community Foundation office at 772-288-3795 or email Robin at

And thank you for all you are doing to make Martin County the wonderful place it is to live!