Clark County Convention Facilities Authority (CFA)
Grants to Clark County, Ohio public and private nonprofit organizations to improve the local tourism economy. Funding is intended to support the repair, improvement, expansion, and construction of facilities that will draw visitors to the County and result in an increase in overnight hotel stays.
The Clark County Convention Facilities Authority exists to stimulate and assist Clark County venues in the enhancement, promotion and marketing of Clark County as a destination. The objective of the CFA is to assist hospitality venues. The program is structured to offer funding assistance to venues that, because of their own merit, can eventually grow and succeed without financial assistance from the program.
1. Venues may be used form meeting, event and sporting facilities.
2. Venues must clearly show the intent to enhance the development of travel and tourism through programming which attracts overnight guests.
3. The primary function of venues must be designed to enhance and develop Clark County, Ohio’s image as a leisure travel/sports/meeting and cultural destination.
4. The venue must develop programming and marketing which is designed to stimulate economic activity for the venue and for the extended community.
GrantWatch ID#: 180549
The CFA Board may choose to award multiple year funding grants.
Successful grants will be scheduled for payment beginning in January 2020.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Submit the application and documentation to:
Clark County Convention Facility Authority
20 South Limestone Street – Suite 100
Springfield, Ohio 45502
For questions, email email@example.com.
Toll-Free (800) 803-1553
Phone (937) 325-7621
USA: Ohio: Clark County