Collaborating with the communities of the South Cumberland Plateau to seek shared vision and common solutions for this special place that we call home.

We are responding to the developing needs of South Cumberland Plateau nonprofits by revising our spring cycle grants policy and by assessing immediate community needs. 

SCCF's Response to COVID-19

2019 Annual Report

Read our 2019 Annual Report to stay

up-to-date with SCCF's collaborations with the communities of the

South Cumberland Plateau!

The grant application deadline for the 2020 spring cycle has been extended to midnight Friday, April 17th.

Click below to access the

SCCF grant application.

SCCF Spring Cycle Grant Deadline

Extended

 

"SCCF is building on the unique strengths of the Mountain -
its people, its community, and its incomparable natural setting...
Through the Plateau community's collective efforts and collaborations,
you CAN help people realize they have hope."

Marguerite Kondracke, Child and Family Advocate 

Where We Serve

Situated 1,000 feet above the valley below, the South Cumberland Plateau features nine towns, each with populations less than 2,500. Since 2012, SCCF has served this region that extends from Sewanee to Beersheba Springs and Pelham to Palmer. The Plateau encompasses the entirety of Grundy County, ranked in 2019 as Tennessee's most economically challenged county. The Plateau also includes portions of Franklin and Marion counties. 

Contact Us

322 W Main St, Monteagle, TN 37356