ELLSWORTH — The Maine Neighborhood Basis’s Neighborhood Constructing Grant Program is open and accepting purposes from nonprofit and public organizations in search of funding for initiatives that strengthen communities.
The 2021 Neighborhood Constructing Grant Program will give attention to funding to construct group resilience throughout the pandemic, with modifications to program standards, priorities and varieties of funding. Precedence can be given to initiatives or organizations that help individuals at greater threat to be negatively impacted by COVID-19.
Two informational Zoom periods for grant seekers will assessment program modifications for community-building grants: From midday to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8, and midday to 1 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14. E mail [email protected] to enroll.
The deadline for making use of is Feb. 15, 2021. A volunteer committee of Franklin and Somerset county residents and group leaders opinions grant purposes and makes suggestions for funding. Utility, tips and a listing of 2020 grants can be found at mainecf.org.
In 2020, the Western Mountains Committee awarded $92,525 in grants to 11 nonprofits, together with to Madison to implement the “Dwelling Properly in Madison” Age-Pleasant Motion Plan and the Western Maine Play Museum for an after-school program for teenagers grades six to eight to make use of creativity and expertise to create brief movies.
The Western Mountains Fund is constructed by donations from the group. For extra details about the fund, contact Lelia DeAndrade, vice chairman of group influence, at 207-412-0843 or by e mail [email protected]