Lincoln County Board of Commissioners
11/16/17 5:00 PM
Grants of up to $15,000 to Lincoln County, Oregon nonprofit organizations for local economic and community development initiatives. Projects must create economic opportunities and help develop quality communities within the County. Projects will be awarded funding on their individual merit.
The Board of Commissioners continues to focus on economic development and the County will seek to allocate two-thirds of the funds to economic development projects with a focus on job creation and/or retention and one-third to community development.
Consideration will be given to geographic distribution of the funds and projects that have collaborative or multi-jurisdictional components. Additional consideration will be given to economic development and to green projects that support sustainability (reduce, reuse, recycle resources or energy).
Consideration will be given to projects that are uniquely fiscally disadvantaged or otherwise not eligible for securing funding from more traditional sources.
GrantWatch ID#: 163028
Grants shall generally be awarded for no more than $15,000 unless the Board determines there is an overriding public benefit from the project.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For additional information regarding the October 26 workshop, please call 541-265-4544.
Julie Kay, Grants Administrator
Lincoln County Board of Commissioners
225 West Olive Street, Room 110
Newport, Oregon 97365
P: (541) 265-4100
F: (541) 265-4176
USA: Oregon: Lincoln County
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