City of Monroe
08/01/19 4:30 PM Receipt
Grants to Washington nonprofit organizations and government agencies to promote tourism in the City of Monroe. Funding may be requested for tourism marketing, the marketing or operation of special events and festivals that will attract tourists, and the operating of tourism-related facilities. Priority will be given to events scheduled during the off-season (November through April).
Definitions (excerpts from RCW 67.28.080):
-Operations - includes, but is not limited to, operations, management, and marketing. (No capital acquisition or maintenance.)
-Tourism - economic activity resulting from tourists, which may include sales of overnight lodging, meals, tours, gifts, or souvenirs.
-Tourism promotion - activities and expenditures designed to increase tourism, including but not limited to advertising, publicizing, or otherwise distributing information for the purpose of attracting and welcoming tourists; developing strategies to expand tourism; operating tourism promotion agencies; and funding marketing of special events and festivals designed to attract tourists.
-Tourism-related facility - real or tangible personal property with a usable life of three or more years, or constructed with volunteer labor, and used to support tourism, performing arts, or to accommodate tourist activities.
-Tourist - a person who travels from a place of residence to a different town, city, county, state, or country for purposes of business, pleasure, recreation, education, arts, heritage, or culture.
GrantWatch ID#: 146958
Funding is to cover the period January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications must be mailed or delivered to:
City of Monroe LTAC
Monroe City Hall
c/o Becky Hasart
806 W. Main Street
Monroe, WA 98272
USA: Washington: City of Monroe
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