DISTRICT COMMUNITY GRANTS
You can apply for a Community Block Grant entirely online!
To Qualify for a Community Block Grant:
- First Please note that you will not Qualify for a Community Block Grant if your club has an outstanding grant. (Meaning you need to close the prior year’s grant before you can apply for a new grant)
- You must have a MOU on file with the District – The link is Here or the form is below under Resources. D5330 Club MOU Form
- Your club must commit to $100 in the grant application to receive the funds
To Apply for a Grant:
- May 31st applications will be available on the dacdb for requests. Clubs are encouraged to submit as soon as possible following the opening. The deadline for grant applications is August 31st. The District will submit the Clubs applications to TRF no later than September 15th.
- Clubs may only apply for the amount they are granted. Click Here to see your Clubs Balance
- In order to submit a Community Block Grant application, the Club must go to the Dacdb Grants Module under the District Tab and complete the Grant Request. (See Video Below)
- Projects must be completed and all reports submitted by June 30th. Payment will be made once reports are accepted as complete
HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES ON HOW YOUR CLUB CAN SPEND THE MONEY
- Support for a food bank
- Support to an educational program or school repair
- Handicap ramps into homes for low income families
- Senior or Veteran’s center repair
- Purchase of dictionaries or books for local schools
- Christmas meals for needy
- PRYDE or RYLA support
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