When it comes to revitalization or community-based projects, there are several options to consider regarding funding. However, one of the main ways to ensure funding for these projects is to apply for foundation grants or government grants. These grants, called capital funding grants, are an effective way of ensuring that projects can receive at least some part of the start-up funding they need. This can include funding for:
- The purchases of equipment, furniture, and other major material purposes;
- Revitalization, restoration, or refurbishment projects;
- The construction of a new building or facility;
- Land purchases;
- Historic preservation.
These kinds of funds can benefit communities and provide economic revitalization and educational opportunities to residents. That’s why today, GrantWatch is sharing a list of grants aimed at capital funding projects.
10 Capital Funding Grants
- Grants are available to USA agencies and tribes to revitalize neighborhoods in struggling communities.
- Funding is also available to healthcare providers in rural areas for access to broadband infrastructure.
- Grants and loans are offered to nonprofits, public agencies, and Tribes located in rural areas to support the development of community facilities.
- In addition, grants and in-kind assistance are available to nonprofits and governmental agencies to create skateboard parks in disadvantaged communities.
- There are also grants to nonprofits and agencies to promote safe off-road riding and access.
- Funding exists for HBCUs for projects to preserve structures of historical significance.
- Grants are open to USA and Israel nonprofit organizations for a wide range of capital projects and programs that benefit Jewish communities.
- There are grants of up to $50,000 to nonprofits, elected officials, town managers, and employees for capital projects to revitalize community spaces in rural areas.
- Grants of up to $25,000 are offered to USA nonprofit organizations to positively impact local communities.
- Finally, grants are available to nonprofits for capital projects and rental subsidies that benefit low-income elderly residents.
Are you looking for more grants like the ones on this list? GrantWatch features an entire category of grants specifically for capital funding projects. These projects range from revitalizing historical buildings to helping kick-start a community outreach program.
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