Funds are now available for large and small grants.
Starting a Project
The Community Forum will review and approve the small project grant applications at their monthly meetings which are held on the fourth Thursday of each month. Small project grants can be used for individual projects or combined with other matching funds / grants. Applicants must work with the Neighborhoods Coordinator on marketing or giving recognition to the Neighborhood Councils and/or Community Forum in some way.
Each year, the Missoula City Council allocates funding for Neighborhood Project Funds which are broken down into two categories, funds for large grants and funds for small grants. The allocation is usually $20,000 per year, with $18,000 targeted for the large grants, and $2,000 allocated for the small grant program. The process and amounts of grants differ depending on the category.
Small Grant Program
Apply for grant on a monthly basis
Grants can be up to $500
Small projects must be located within City limits, and/or benefit City residents
Awardees must give recognition, to Neighborhood Councils and/or the Community Forum.
Questions? Contact Neighborhood Coordinator, Jane Kelly for more information, at 552-6081 or via email.
Large Grant Program
Application deadline October 25, 2016 at 5:00 p.m.
Up to $18,000 is made available with individual grants are up to $3,000 each
Available for projects that enhance the quality of life in our community
Neighborhood organizations, neighborhood councils, non-profit groups, and other individuals may apply
Must be located within city limits, and/or benefit city residents
Questions? Contact Neighborhood Coordinator, Jane Kelly for more information, at 406-552-6081 or via email.
A pre-application workshop will be held on September 13, 2016, 6:00 p.m. @ The Jack Reidy Conference Room, 140 W. Pine St., Missoula, MT 59802. Applicants are strongly advised to attend as the grants are awarded on a competitive basis.
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Read through successful applications
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