(ACTIVE) Special Regional Improvement Grants [NeighborGood]Categories: Neighborhoods, Poverty
To help resident-controlled, neighborhood-based organizations in the City of Rochester involve citizens in improving the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
Typical Grant Size
Neighborhood Associations (maximum grant size is $2,500)
Neighborhood associations have broad missions and broader coverage than block clubs, focus on a wide range of neighborhood issues, and are capable of facilitating activities for smaller groups.
Block Clubs (maximum grant size is $750)
Block clubs are smaller in focus than neighborhood associations, usually organized on one street or block.
Other Community Associations (maximum grant size is $2,000)
Community associations include the following:
- Landlord and tenant associations
- Neighborhood-based business or merchants associations
Note: Nonprofit organizations that are not neighborhood-based and resident-controlled are not eligible.
Funds cannot be used for:
- Neighborhood/Block/Business Association signage
- Lighting improvement
Application Due Date(s)
The next deadline to submit an application for NeighborGood is Friday, February 12, 2021 at noon (for Rochester’s east side).
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Go to our online grant portal to apply.
Program Officer, Equity
Rochester Area Community Foundation
500 East Avenue
Rochester, NY 14607-1912
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