Charleston’s Enough Pie launches Community Project Grants

Charleston’s Enough Pie launches Community Project Grants

(Updated with live application portal link on Dec. 3, 2013.)

Charleston nonprofit Enough Pie has launched the Community Project Grants, a program designed to directly contribute to the creative vitality of Charleston’s upper peninsula. Letters of Intent will be accepted online through an application portal.

With maximum funds of $1,000 per grant, Enough Pie is looking for high-impact, low-cost projects for the upper peninsula with arts and culture at the core. Applicants are encouraged to approach creativity from a broad perspective and consider lasting impact. The Community Project Grants are limited to individuals only (no organizations please), but all ages are welcome to apply. There is no application fee.

Please visit the online application portal to submit a Letter of Intent. Those who wish to be considered for the first round of funding must submit by Monday, Jan. 6, 2014. All applications must be completed online.

The online portal will run through {g} grants, an application built by Good Done Great, a fellow tenant of 1630 Meeting. Good Done Great provides consulting, technology, and managed services for corporations and foundations to make a more meaningful and effective impact with their charitable giving.

To learn more about the Community Project Grants, visit Please send all questions to

Photo by Jared Bramblett

Via: Enough Pie