South Robertson Neighborhoods Council (SORO NC)
01/15/16 6:00 PM
Grants of up to $5,000 to Los Angeles, California nonprofits and schools in the South Robertson neighborhood for projects benefiting a large number of residents, open to the public, and improving community qualify of life. It is recommended that applicants submit questions before the 2015 holiday season.
Previously funded projects include school gardens, art projects, fresh fruit programs for elementary students, community resource and therapy centers, neighborhood events which are open to the public, and more. The grantor is also interested in exciting new projects that they are not currently aware of.
GrantWatch ID#: 164280
No single NPG application can exceed $5,000 but you are encouraged to apply with smaller numbers in order to fund as many worthy projects as possible with the $5,000 allocated in this grant cycle.
Submitted projects for which funds are requested must be completed prior to June 30, 2016.
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