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City Works Neighborhood Matching Grant
Program of the City of Cleveland awarding up to $4,000 to block clubs and community groups for their neighborhood improvement projects. Includes printable application forms, eligibility guidelines, and regulatory requirements.
Neighborhood Connections
A program of the Cleveland Foundation that awards grants ranging from $500 to $5,0000 for neighborhood projects of grassroots groups and community-based organizations. The site includes guidelines, requirements, deadlines, and tips about how to prepare an effective grant proposal.
The Cleveland Foundation
Local foundation with interest in giving in the areas of: Arts and Culture, Civic Affairs, Economic Development, Education, Environment, Health and Social Services.
Community Block Grant Fact Sheet
Information about the allocation of community blockgrants and how citizens can be involved in the process.
Sisters of Charity Foundation
Local foundation awarding grants to groups and organizations committed to making housing in Cleveland more affordable and accessible.
The Foundation Center in Cleveland
Find valuable resources about fundraising and local foundations, search for an upcoming seminar about proposal writing, or get directions to the Foundation Center Library Downtown.
The George Gund Foundation
A local foundation awarding grants in the areas of: Arts and Culture, Civic Affairs, Community Revitalization, Economic Development, Eduation, Environment, Human Services, and Special Projects.

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