City of Bowling Green
07/12/19 4:00 PM Postmarked or Submitted
Grants to Bowling Green, Kentucky neighborhood organizations to promote healthy and strong local communities. Applicants must attend at least one training session prior to applying. Possible projects include beautification, neighborhood organizing, professional services, organizational development, capital purchases, celebrating neighborhood/school partnerships, and organizational triage and troubleshooting.
A healthy neighborhood is:
-A place where it makes economic and emotional sense for people to invest their time, money and energy, and,
-A place where neighbors successfully manage neighborhood-related issues and neighborhood change.
Any neighborhood organization located in the city of Bowling Green that meets eligibility and matching fund requirements may apply for SNAP funding. For the purposes of SNAP, a neighborhood organization is defined as:
-A neighborhood watch group;
-A neighborhood association or other group of residents in a geographical area of single family and/or multi-family residences;
-A homeowner or condo association; or
-A tenant group or resident council in a multi-unit apartment complex or mobile home park.
Kinds of Projects:
- Neighborhood Organizing
- Neighborhood Beautification
- Capital Purchase Projects
- Neighborhoods & Schools Celebrating Partnerships
- Professional Services
- Organizational Development
- Organizational Triage & Trouble-Shooting
GrantWatch ID#: 181402
Grant request must be for a minimum of $500, maximum award of $7,500.
Up to $500 may be requested for legal and/or accounting fees related to incorporation and/or establishing nonprofit, tax-exempt status. No match is required for this type of project.
Up to $500 may be requested for a Neighborhood Organizing project, with no match required. A request meeting this description is also exempted from the first time/repeat applicant rule.
There is a one year timeline for project completion.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Completed applications must be postmarked or submitted to:
Neighborhood Services Office at Neighborhood & Community Services
P.O. Box 430
707 E. Main Avenue
Bowling Green, KY 42102-0430
USA: Kentucky: City of Bowling Green
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