FY22 Neighborhood Initiative Competitive Grants - 1 Mile Radius area
PCDA is excited to share the applications for the FY22 Neighborhood Initiative Competitive Grants through Pimlico Area Local Impact Aid for the 1 Mile Radius area. Funds for the Neighborhood Initiative Competitive Grants are available for the Liberty-Wabash area, the Northwest Community Planning Forum, and Coldspring-Newtown. Please select the application based on the grant amount being requested. The Park Heights Master Plan area is not eligible for 1 Mile Radius grant opportunities in FY22, please contact Park Heights Renaissance (PHR) for grant funding updates.
Applications for FY22 Neighborhood Initiative Competitive “Large” grants in the 1 Mile Radius area are due on August 1, 2021. Projects creating visible, physical change (e.g. capital projects) are given priority.
Check out the list of the most recent round of FY21 awards: FY21 Neighborhood Initiative Competitive grant awards (Fall 2020).
Previous large grant awardees:
- 1st and 2nd round of FY20 Neighborhood Initiative Competitive grant awards (Fall 2019 and Spring 2020)
- 2nd round pf FY19 Neighborhood Initiative Competitive grant awards (Spring 2019)
- FY19 Round 1 Grant Awards (Fall 2018)
For more information about the FY22 Neighborhood Initiative Competitive Grants in the 1 Mile Radius area, please contact Matt Bartolini ([email protected]) at Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc.
Neighborhood Initiative Competitive Grants Application - Park Heights Master Plan area
Park Heights Renaissance Inc. (PHR) supports the community in developing, implementing, and scaling projects and activities that produce meaningful and impactful outcomes that align with the objectives and priorities outlined in the Park Heights Master Plan. These grants are to provide funding opportunities to neighborhood associations and other organizations within the Park Heights Community. The Park Heights community is bounded north and south by Park Circle and Northern Parkway and east and west by Greenspring and Wabash Avenues, respectively. The purpose of these grants are to provide funding for programs and initiatives that promote and address areas such as community health, public safety, workforce development, neighborhood beautification and greening, sports and recreation, community capacity building and engagement, youth programming, and economic empowerment.
To apply for this grant, please follow this link to PHR's website.
Questions? Please contact Park Heights Renaissance, Inc. (PHR) for technical assistance with your application and project guidance. PHR is available to assist applicants with developing impactful projects and is maintaining a help desk, [email protected], to answer questions.
West x Northwest Baltimore - Impact Grants
The Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF) will award operating grants of $50,000 ($25,000 per year for two years payable in 2021 and 2022) to twenty nonprofit organizations. In addition, BCF will periodically convene all 20 grantees to solicit feedback and invite their participation in developing plans and resources to continue to build the leaders, organizations, and larger geographic ecosystem of Black-led nonprofits working to strengthen these majority-Black neighborhoods.
Applications will be accepted beginning Monday, June 14, 2021, with proposals due on Wednesday, July 9, 2021. To learn more about the application process, please visit BCF's website (https://bcf.org/for-grantseekers/grants/west-x-northwest-baltimore-impac...).
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