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Grants for Tourism

Wed, Dec 7, 2016 @ 18:12 PM / by Michelle Hansen posted in community development, economic development, nonprofit grants, nonprofit, music grants, tourism grants, non-profit, grant opportunity, community grant, grants, grants for nonprofits, grants for tourism, outdoor music grants, tourism

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Theatre shows, special events, concert series, summer festivals, tourist attractions. Though the thermometer is trending downwards, the time is now to start planning for your warm weather events that can entertain your community and also bring people to your town to enjoy events and spend money. Grant money is available for tourism activities. Below we have outlined a few to get you started.

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10 of the Most Money-Giving Private Foundations:

Wed, May 6, 2015 @ 10:05 AM / by Mary Ross posted in after school program, education funds, community development, community development grant, STEM Education, free grant money, nonprofit grants, grants for education, grants for math education, enviornmental grants, enviornmental funding, STEM funding, nonprofit funding, professional development grant, top ten U.S. foundations, grants for Underprivileged, community engagement, education grant, afterschool program, after school programs, top foundations, grants for environment, foundations, foundation grant, foundation grant money, foundation grants, community grant, grants for envirvonmental projects

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When looking for a grant to fit your organization’s needs, consider both government grants and foundation grants.  While both types can provide the funding you need, government grants can take six months to a year for review while private foundations typically take only three months.  So, if you need a quicker turnaround, you may want to look at which private foundations are giving the most money and consider how you can appeal to those foundations’ goals.  Here are 10 foundations that are giving the most money. 

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Grants for Community Gardens

Wed, May 7, 2014 @ 08:05 AM / by Michelle Hansen posted in muncipality, community gardens, grants for community gardens, garden grants, grant opportunity, municipal grants, community grant, community improvement grant

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According to the National Community Garden Association, there are currently more than 20,000 community gardens in the U.S., up from only 6,020 in 1996. Community gardens are popular for a variety of reasons. Those that produce food give people peace of mind about the safety of their food as well help save on food bills. Gardens focused on flowers, bushes, and trees create beautiful centerpieces for neighborhoods to be proud of. Community gardens can also be an economic boon to a community, taking a rundown area or environmentally unsafe land and creating a useful, safe area for all to enjoy.

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