NEW ALBANY — The Community Basis of Southern Indiana is fired up to announce the re-opening of the Excellent of Place – Pathways to Progress Grants System on July 1.
For the thirty day period of July, interested nonprofits in Clark and Floyd counties can apply for grants — ranging from $50,000 up to a optimum of $150,000 — that concentration on serving people with the minimum entry to protected, large-excellent general public areas and amenities. This incorporates people community members with cash flow limitations, transportation and/or mobility problems, or bodily and/or mental variations.
Linda Pace, president and CEO for the Neighborhood Foundation reported, “By listening to our neighborhood and learning from specialists about the price of excellent of place grants, it was very clear that accessibility to parks, trails, and other public spaces would assistance connect our neighborhoods and improve our feeling of community. We learned how the ripple results of undertaking so could assist renovate our region, and it was crystal clear that this wanted to be a priority for grantmaking transferring ahead.”
Interested nonprofits serving people of Clark and Floyd counties can post an Notion Application for their grant proposal, which can be observed on CFSI’s internet site: www.CFSouthernIndiana.com.
In their Thought Software, successful candidates really should:
• Recognize a goal populace.
• Describe the precedence end result they assume.
• Think about promising methods that perform to attain their targets.
• Establish indicators of achievement.
• Demonstrate the capacity wanted to be effective in satisfying their grant proposal.
Purposes will be acknowledged electronically by way of noon on July 29. If selected, full proposals would be because of by midday on Aug. 31, with grantee notification taking position by mid-September.
Previous calendar year, the Jeffersonville Township General public Library and the Floyd County Division of Parks and Recreation had been awarded the program’s inaugural grants, which totaled $150,000. Using the funding, the Jeffersonville Library will assemble a pocket park with constructions for active, imaginative engage in intended to accommodate all children. The Floyd County Section of Parks & Recreation additional an inclusive playground — which fulfills the Countrywide Demonstration Website criteria for inclusion — and a splash pad to Kevin Hammersmith Memorial Park in New Albany.
For additional details on the Foundation’s Pathways to Development Grants, very last year’s recipients, or to fill out an Idea Software, go to www.CFSouthernIndiana.com.