Youth Empowered Philanthropy Grants

Youth Empowered Philanthropy (YEP), empowers youth to make real decisions with real money that creates real impact in Allen County. YEP strives to make our community a more vibrant place to live, work, and play while inspiring philanthropy as a habit for future generations. In addition to applying for grant dollars, nonprofits can also apply for volunteer time from YEP students.

Youth Empowered Philanthropy (YEP), empowers youth to make real decisions with real money that creates real impact in Allen County. YEP strives to make our community a more vibrant place to live, work, and play while inspiring philanthropy as a habit for future generations. In addition to applying for grant dollars, nonprofits can also apply for volunteer time from YEP students.

Apply for Volunteers

  • YEP students only volunteer between the months of October – May. Your project must fall within this timeline.
  • Volunteers are high school students. Your project must be willing to accept volunteers 15 years of age and up.
  • Volunteer time requests are evaluated by the 15th of every month.
  • Nonprofits must be located in Allen County and serving Allen County to apply.
  • All applications will be reviewed and decided on by the YEP members. 

Apply for Funding

Applications are now closed. They will open in late fall of 2022. 

To learn more, please contact:

Jaren Harmon
Donor Engagement Specialist
260-969-3115
jharmon@cfgfw.org

You can also contact another member of the Impact team.