The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association annually offers two internal grant programs to fund projects implemented by KEHA clubs, county organizations, area organizations or Kentucky Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Extension professionals. The scope and purpose of each grant program is unique, and specific guidelines apply to each.

KEHA Mini Grants are awarded to KEHA members, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension agents or Family and Consumer Sciences Extension state staff for research and study that will provide a benefit to KEHA. Applications are due March 1st. For 2021, mail applications to Lois Pressgrove, KEHA 2nd Vice President, 103 Highland Drive, Bardstown, KY 40004. Learn more at: KEHA Mini-Grants for Research or Study.

KEHA Development Grants are awarded to counties or areas for implementation of projects to benefit the membership. Applications must be prepared by KEHA members and outline the role of members and FCS professionals. Applications are due March 1st each year and should be sent via certified mail. For 2021, mail applications to Lois Pressgrove, KEHA 2nd Vice President, 103 Highland Drive, Bardstown, KY 40004. Learn more at: KEHA Development Grant.

Questions regarding the KEHA Mini Grants and Development Grants can be directed to Lois Pressgrove, KEHA 2nd Vice President (loisp@bardstowncable.net) or Kim Henken, KEHA State Advisor (kim.henken@uky.edu).