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What have people done with a grant from Neighborhood Connections?

People have used grants to fund everything from community gardens to neighborhood safety projects. Click the links below for photo slideshows and descriptions of a variety of grantee projects. Projects focused on Building Community Slavic Village: Mill Creek Homeowners Association Slavic Village: Bring Back the 70's Block Club Projects focused on Community Gardening Tremont: Naturehood Glenville: Ashbury Community Garden Glenville: 109th Street Community Garden Hough: City Rising Farm  St. Clair/Superior: Community Greenhouse Partners Detroit-Shoreway: Edgewater Hill Victory Garden Detroit-Shoreway: Herman Avenue Community Garden Ohio City: Kentucky Garden Projects focused.
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Thank You Grant Making Committee Members!

We appreciate the commitment it takes to volunteer as a member of the  Grant Making Committee. The committee reviews hundreds of grant proposals each year and meets several times to review proposals before making final decisions on which projects will receive funding. Click on a photo to read more about some current and former committee members. Current committee members who are not pictured are: Charm Celestine, Glenville; Hassan Lee,.
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Download the Logo

Download our logo to use when you promote your project. When you include the Neighborhood Connections or Neighbor Up logo, you help people learn about the powerful work residents are doing to create an extraordinary world right where they live. Download a logo by clicking on it.                     .
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Apply to Be a Grant Making Committee Member

Neighborhood Connections invites you to apply to become a member of the Grant Making Committee. The role of the Neighborhood Connections Grant Making Committee member is to thoroughly read, review, interview, and make funding decisions with the Grant Making Committee. Committee members meet eight evenings in the fall and seven evenings in the spring to review grant proposals from grant applicants. Committee members work with a.
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Groups of Neighbors Receive More Than $270,000 in Grants

Neighborhood Connections offers grants of $500 to $5,000 twice a year in November and May to groups of residents in Cleveland and East Cleveland who organize projects to improve the quality of life in their neighborhood. This month the grant-making committee approved $270,078 in grants to support 90 resident-led projects in Cleveland and East Cleveland. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, Cuyahoga County’s local public funder for arts and.
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