Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Lowe's Grants Available

 

Lowe's Community Grant Info - due May 29

 
 
 

Hello, It’s time for applications to the Lowe’s/Keep America Beautiful Grant. This grant opportunity is open to KAB Affiliates only.  Keep Cass County Beautifulis a KAB affiliate and is ready tosubmit your grant proposal. Here are the details about the application process:  Lowe's Community Partners Grant Program Application Open!

Deadline: May 29, 2018      Application Link

Keep America Beautiful and Lowe’s are proud to announce this year's launch of the Community Partner Grants. The grants engage local volunteers to take action to benefit communities across the country. Over the past seven years, Lowe’s has supported Keep America Beautiful Affiliates with more than $6 million in contributions for projects in conjunction with Lowe’s Hero employee volunteers support. Lowe’s and Keep America Beautiful have mobilized nearly 50,000 volunteers since the partnership began. This partnership will award grants to Keep America Beautiful Affiliates for community improvement projects that reflect the need for a high impact project in your community that includes critical needs (a need to have vs. a nice to have). You are strongly encouraged to involve your local Lowe's stores and Lowe’s Heroes.

Grant funding levels include:  $5,000 Grants·        $10,000 Grants·        $20,000 Grants

Affiliates may apply for ONE grant in each $5,000, $10,000 OR $20,000 category.  (Please note that KCCB receives 10% of the grant award for administration services, including grant application, collaboration of project, contact with Lowe’s heroes, all media releases, photos and all reporting required to Keep America Beautiful.)

All projects must be completed by December 1, 2018 with project report submission to Keep America Beautiful by December 15, 2018. If project cannot be completed by the deadline, grant funds must be returned.Projects should include a critical needs component and fall within the KAB focus areas of ending littering, improving recycling and beautifying America's communities.