Second round of funding coming soon!
Quality of Life grants available in ZIP codes 45417 and 45426
Money to come from the Inclusive Community Fund
Groups eligible to apply are non-profit organizations, neighborhood associations and social or fraternal organizations as well as, for this program only, unincorporated groups that may not have a formal structure or tax exempt status.
Examples of projects that could be funded include modifying a vacant lot into a pocket park or urban garden; repairing recreational trails used by the neighborhood or adding accessible features or routes for people with disabilities; public arts projects such as murals promoting diversity, civil rights, or fair housing; neighborhood beautification projects; or other new, innovative projects.
Applications must be project-specific. MVFHC is not able to consider any applications for general operating support or for events such as neighborhood festivals, block parties or meetings. Please read the grant application package carefully to make sure you understand its instructions.
Proposals may be for any amount up to $5,000 for a project up to six months in duration. Full proposals are due by 4:30 pm, Friday, June 6, 2014, and must be hand-delivered or sent by email. No faxed copies will be accepted.
Questions about your application are encouraged and accepted until June 4, 2014. Contact Jim McCarthy by phone at 937-223-6035 or by email at email@example.com.