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The Hebron Community Foundation was first established with funds from the Ishmael & Rose Diede estate. Ishmael was a local community photographer in Mott for 38 years, serving Hettinger and Western Morton Counties.  He  wished for his estate to continue to benefit the communities that had supported him and Rose throughout their lives. Thanks to his generosity, the Hebron Community Foundation now has the opportunity to provide funding for community projects and scholarships to area students.

The Hebron Community Foundation is managed locally by a group of volunteers whose main activities are building the fund and recommending grants annually.

FUNDING: Committee work is supported by the fund(s) listed to which donors can give and help us in our mission to serve the community. 

ENDOWMENT: Is the primary fund, and Qualifies for 40% ND Tax Credit. (click on link for requirements) Roughly 4% of funds are put to work in the community used annually as "grants". 

Non-Endowment – Endowment Fund: Allows for funding of local events from which net proceeds flow to endowment at year end. Qualifies for charitable gift as long as no benefit is given in return. Does not qualify for ND 40% income tax benefit.

NDCF is the support system for ACCF with over 40 years providing comprehensive charitable services to ND. This includes donor gift planning and bequest planning for individuals, company leaders, families, and non-profits, and fiduciary services such as accounting, audit and money management. This allows local volunteer committees to focus on telling their story of their foundation impact through marketing, granting, and growing the fund. 

Local Advisory Committee

Jenifer Hosman (Chair)
Kevin Staiger 
Collin Scull (Sec)
Chester Brandt 
Myron Schaff (VP)


Jenifer Hosman
400 Church Ave
Hebron, ND 58638


QUESTIONS Email by clicking here 

NDCF:  For anonymous giving, gift planning, or unique asset gifts. contact John Heinen NDCF Western ND Support or call (701) 590-4614


Please find attached updated brochures and yearly reports to the community as and when they exist. These are great items to download and send to family and friends in and out of the area as a way to share your story.

QUESTIONS Email the commitee by clicking here

Marketing Brochure 

Annual Report 2017 

Annual Report 2018

Annual Report 2019


6/30/2013--Hebron Public School--The Leadership Curriculum & New Security Equipment--$1,300

6/30/2013--Hebron Public Library-- New Equipment--$1,000

6/30/2013--Hebron Ambulance Service--A New Computer Recording System--$2,000

6/30/2013--Hebron Park Board--Baseball Complex Improvements--$1,000

5/15/2014--Hebron Public School--Library Updates--$944

5/15/2014--Hebron Park Board--Pool Repairs--$1,500

5/15/2014--Brick City Activity Center--Operating Support--$500

5/15/2014--Hebron Fire Protection District-- Protective Equipment--$1,856

5/15/2014--Hebron Public School--3rd Grade Education Equipment--$1,000

8/31/2015--Hebron Public Library--Summer Reading Program--$710

8/31/2015--Hebron Park Board--Re-Open Kiddy Pool--$4,500

8/31/2015--Hebron Public School--All Class reunion 2015--$710

4/29/2016--Hebron Ambulance Service--CPR Mannequins--$2,000

4/29/2016--Hebron Public School--Lego Education --$1,000

4/29/2016--Hebron Park Board--Repairs on Kiddy Pool--2,206

4/29/2016--Hebron Public Library--Summer Reading Program--$600

5/31/2017--Brick City Activity Center--New Stove--752

5/31/2017--Hebron Public School--Circuit Training--Without the Sweat-- $1,233

5/31/2017--Hebron Fire Protection District--Heat Thermal Imager--1,221

5/31/2017--Hebron Park Board--New Pool Comm Regulator$1,233

5/31/2017--Hebron Ambulance Service--Cardiac Community Readiness Program--$1,233

4/30/2018--Hebron Park Board--Surveillance System--$2,040

4/30/2018--Hebron Fire Protection District--Brush Fire Fighting Unit--$2,040

4/30/2018--Hebron Public Library--Young Adult Books--$490


We made it easy for you to apply online for a grant!

Step 1 - Review

Review the grant guidelines above to make sure your organization qualifies.

Step 2 - Register

Create an account on our Grant Portal. You will need your organization’s name, EIN, and executive officer's name. Be sure to write down your user name (email address) and password.

Step 3 – Complete Your Application

After registering or logging in, you will arrive at the application section. Click “Apply” to the right of the grant program to which you wish to apply. If you do not see your desired grant program on the list, contact our office. You will be able to save your application and return later to complete it.

Step 4 -- Bookmark the address so when returning you can easily access. Or access with button above. 

Click here for more detailed instructions and tips for using our online grant system.

Questions: email committee here


  • Grants shall be awarded only to those organizations designated by the IRS as 501(c)(3) nonprofit tax exempt groups, or government agencies. Groups without such designation seeking to apply may enlist a fiscal sponsor. Please contact  or (701) 590-4614 at NDCF for more information.
  • Grants shall be awarded to organizations within the Hebron community. 
  • Grants to religious organizations shall be limited to those activities which are non-denominational and serve the entire community. 
  • Application forms will be available online at 
  • Applications shall be due no later than April 1 each year. Extensions may be granted at the discretion of the Advisory Committee. 
  • Approved grant requests may be funded in full or partially, at the discretion of the Advisory Committee. 

Funding Priorities 
High Priority 

  • Organizations that serve Youth, Senior Citizens, Leadership, and Community Development 
  • Projects or programs that benefit a greater number of residents 

Low Priority 

  • Requests for multiple-year funding 
  • Requests for operating funds or day-to-day expenses 

The following will NOT be considered: 

  • Requests for grants or scholarships for individuals