The following scholarships are available for Carrollton High School
and Carroll County Seniors and Graduates by using the unified form.
The completed application with all attachments
is due by March 1
* for the Ashton Preservation Association Scholarship an additional form in the back of the packet must be filled out
Attach this completed form to your proposal and return 1 complete copy to:
John H. & Evelyn L. Ashton Preservation Association
Attention: Elaine Painting, Executive Director
60 West Main Street
Carrollton, Ohio 44615
Grant Writing Policies and Guidelines; submission dates Jan. 1; April 1; July 1; Oct. 1
The Ashton Preservation Association will consider a grant request from a private school* under the following conditions:
The purpose of the grant is for
educational activities that are clearly nonreligious in
The institution is non-sectarian.
The purpose of equipment will
clearly serve as a catalyst for a new, innovative program
AND the Association is not the sole funding source.
Funding for educational
programs focuses on serving the disadvantaged or
*Institutions of higher education are exempt from this policy.
The Ashton Preservation Association will consider a grant request from a religious congregation, a religious sponsored organization, or a non-affiliated religious organization if:
The purpose of the program for which the grant is primarily secular or civic in nature, AND
Any religious activity or instruction is incidental to the program for which the grant is requested or is paid for by other sources AND
The program for which the grant is requested will service participants without limitation to religion or creed.
Computer and Education
The Ashton Preservation Association will not consider requests for multiple station computerization projects from public/private school systems or other educational institutes.
Carroll County Community
The Ashton Preservation Association will not fund annual community celebrations.
Annual Fund Drives
The Ashton Preservation Association does not contribute to annual fund drives.
The Ashton Preservation Association does not fund conferences or recognition dinners.
Grants are not usually made to support operation expenses of well-established organizations and/or programs through the grant process or in response to annual fund drives for sustaining support. On occasion, the Association may provide such support on a short-term basis when it is critical to the survival of a key agency or program, which has been placed in jeopardy by changes in funding patterns.
Grants are not made to subsidize previously accrued operational deficits nor debt incurred for capital items or repairs.
The Ashton Preservation Association does not generally support the endowment funds of other organizations. In the special case where an organization’s endowment is a designated trust in The Ashton Preservation Association, the Association may make a contribution through the organization’s endowment drive.
The Association will consider supporting artistic diversity and quality in the arts within the entire community. Grants will be made on a challenge grant or partial funding basis to ensure broad community support of the institution or program.
The recreational project should have evidence of significant neighborhood and community financial support before foundation funding is solicited.
The maximum use of existing school or community facilities should be demonstrated before the Association will consider supporting additional facilities.
Proof of the capacity to
provide on-going maintenance of a facility is a criterion of