United States: Mayor’s Matching Grant for Neighborhood Organization
The City of Orlando is accepting proposals for the Mayor’s Matching Grant (MMG) program to provide funding for neighborhood organizations to improve the quality of life in the City of Orlando neighborhoods.
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The purpose of the grant program is to provide the neighborhood organization with resources to implement neighborhood enhancement projects that the neighborhood would not normally be able to fund.
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Grant funds are available bi-annually, with awards ranging from $500 to $5,000 that are matched dollar for dollar by the applying neighborhood organization using a combination of cash, in-kind contributions, and volunteer labor. Requests may be made in increments of $500.
Mayor’s Matching Grants are available to the City of Orlando neighborhood, homeowners, condominiums and resident associations (henceforth neighborhood organizations) whose primary purpose is neighborhood development.
In order to qualify, projects must address needs or improve the quality of life in one of the following categories:
Physical improvements and neighborhood beautification.
Traffic Box Art projects.
Neighborhood crime prevention and safety.
Main Street District projects.
Applicants are encouraged to partner with local businesses, religious institutions, nonprofit organizations and other community resources in the planning and implementation of projects.
Both mandatory and voluntary neighborhood organizations are eligible to apply.
For more information, visit https://www.orlando.gov/Our-Government/Get-Involved/Non-Profits-and-Community-Organizations/Mayor%E2%80%99s-Matching-Grant-Program