Community Capital Fund
3200 Wayne Ave.
Kansas City, MO 64109
Year organization became a 501(c)(3): 2013
Year of first fiscal sponsorship: 2015
Number of sponsored projects: 5
Fiscal sponsorship fee:
5%-10% administrative fee. Varies by project, depending on administrative capacity/needs.
- Aligned mission values
- Geographic: Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area
- Other: Sponsored projects must demonstrate community development initiatives that strengthen human, financial and social capital. They must have a core purpose that furthers the mission of CCF and provides an inclusive and direct benefit to communities within CCF’s service area. Eligible projects must identify as one of the following categories: a project or initiative of a social enterprise business; a project or initiative by an organization working to become, but has not yet received, legal 501(c)(3) status; a project or initiative of an unincorporated association that can be completed over a pre-determined period; or a social enterprise wishing to receive ongoing administrative support from CCF as a Model A sponsored project.
Types of projects or services we sponsor:
- Arts and culture
- Children, youth and families
- Economic development
- Environment/sustainable growth
- Festivals and events
- People or communities of color/minorities
- Political advocacy/social justice
- Youth development
Services we offer projects:
- Organizational development
- Receiving property and stock donations
- Other: Grant application/reporting assistance. The CCF Fiscal Sponsorship program provides an alternative to starting a nonprofit for mission-aligned, community development projects. Sponsored organizations or projects may use the fiscal sponsorship to receive grants, tax-deductible contributions, and other revenues for charitable purposes.
Based on Fiscal Sponsorship: 6 Ways to Do It Right: Our model(s) of fiscal sponsorship are:
- Model A, Direct Project
- Model C, Preapproved Grant Relationship
Community Capital Fund (CCF) is a Community Development Corporation that provides grants, technical assistance, and coaching to support under-resourced neighborhoods and businesses in the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area, helping to advance Asset Based Community Development and increase financial, human and social capital.