Hello, below is a list of grants that may fit your community priorities. If you would like more information on a grant, or would like to talk to a staff person directly, contact Marla Quinn at email@example.com.
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|Land and Water Conservation Fund
||Provides match funds of 50% for outdoor recreation area development and acquisition.
|The Wellmark Foundation - MATCH Grant
Program - Large
|The Matching Assets To Community Health (MATCH) grant program is a challenge grant designed to bring other funders together to support larger community health projects needing potentially higher levels of funding or collaboration. Supports nonprofit organizations and community groups that develop and implement sustainable projects that focus on active living and healthy nutrition. Challenge grants to be matched 100 percent up to $100,000.
|Build With Bags Program
||Funding to communities, schools and parks to assist in the purchase of equipment made of recycled plastic.
|KaBoom Playscape Grants
||Community construction grants. Dr Pepper Snapple & KaBOOM! have teamed up to offer $15,000 grants to be used toward the purchase of playground equipment. Playgrounds must be assembled and installed using the KaBOOM! community-build model.
||We anticipate awarding the first round of 2017 Let's Play Community Construction grants in Summer 2017.
|Clinton County Community Development Association - Fund A
||Funds allocated to Fund A shall be awarded with the goal of accomplishing economic, civic or community development within Clinton County, Iowa, to improve the area economy, and to create and retain employment opportunities. Projects over $150,000. 50% match to total cost.
|Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT)
||The Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) program was created to assist projects that will provide recreational, cultural, entertainment and educational attractions. Projects must be available to the general public for public use and be primarily vertical infrastructure.
||Mission: To promote charitable, educational and health related activities and to especially provide such opportunities for children and families in the Eastern Iowa area. The Foundation offers support to local non-profit organizations that provide educational opportunities, human and social services, and health care for children and their families.
||Applications must be received
April 1 and
May 31 to be considered.
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