It’s that time of year again when SE Uplift and the Office of Neighborhood Involvement take applications for the Neighborhood Small Grants program, which in it’s 6th year. Here’s more from SE Uplift:
SE Uplift will be awarding $46,058 in grant funds to neighborhood, business and community-based groups. Grants will be awarded through a competitive basis and may range from $1,000-$7,500.
The goal of the grant program is to provide neighborhood and community organizations the opportunity to build community, attract new and diverse members and sustain those already involved. We accomplish this through building partnerships between neighborhood, business, and community based organizations. Engagement of historically under-engaged communities is a high priority for this grant program.
This year applicants are required to have an organizational partner on proposed projects. Preference will be given to proposals submitted on behalf of or in direct partnership with one or more of the following:
- Neighborhood associations
- Organizations predominantly led by people from historically under-engaged communities including communities of color, immigrants and refugees, youth, people with disabilities and lesbian, gay, bi and trans communities
- Business associations or individual businesses
For more information, questions or feedback on your project idea, please contact Kristen503-232-0010 x 319.
Tuesday, November 1 by 2:00PM