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Grant Application Information and Instructions

Stark Community Foundation is accepting grant applications from neighborhood associations in Alliance, Canton and Massillon for Neighborhood Bridge Grants until July 16, 2021. This short-term funding opportunity aims to help neighborhood associations with projects until the details of the Foundation’s 2022-2023 Neighborhood Partnership Grant Program are finalized. Requests up to $2,500 will be considered. Additional details are included in the online grant application. Apply online today for a Neighborhood Bridge Grant »

Thank you for your interest in applying for a grant through Stark Community Foundation. Please read through the information provided to assist you in the application process.

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Submission of a grant application does not guarantee that the request will be approved.
The NPGP Committee reserves the right to determine/adjust the amount of funding to be awarded to the neighborhood association.

Review Process

Once your application is received, the Grants Administrator will process the application and will notify you by email that the application has been received. You will also be notified at this time if your application is missing any required documentation. Once all required documents are received, the grant request is reviewed by the Grants Review Committee. After all of the grant applications have been reviewed, decisions on allocations are made and Neighborhood Associations are notified.

Please contact us at grantsadministration@starkcf.org for any further questions, or call Dana Johnson at 330-454-3426.




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