Foundation / Corporation
Upper Mississippi Gaming Corporation (UMGC)
Grants to Clayton County, Iowa nonprofit organizations and government agencies to strengthen local communities. Eligible types of activities include education, safety, public health, tourism, cultural and recreational opportunities, economic development, and community betterment.
UMGC Mission Statement: Upper Mississippi Gaming Corporation is a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to the enrichment of Clayton County, Iowa through the dispersion of funds acquired from an admission tax paid by the Lady Luck Casino, Marquette. It is the groups’ mission to award these funds to qualifying tax exempt organizations or those working in cooperation with local governments within Clayton County who cultivate projects that meet established criteria. These projects should encourage economic development, community betterment, improved cultural and recreational activity facilities, programs or activities that foster enhanced educational experiences for youth, or improve the overall quality of life for residents of this county.
Types of Activities Funding:
A. Economic Development & Community Betterment
B. Tourism, Culture and Recreation
C. Education, Public Health & Safety
Types of Support Awarded:
Capital funds, matching funds and extraordinary funding requirements.
GrantWatch ID#: 146332
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Upper Mississippi Gaming Corporation
1118 Main Street
P.O. Box 208
McGregor, IA 52157-0208
USA: Iowa: Clayton County
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