Grant Opportunities

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BMORE Beautiful grant programs are designed to support community-based organizations to achieve their beautification goals. Applications for our grant programs are accepted on a seasonal basis. Interested organizations must be registered 501c3 OR have a fiscal sponsor in order to apply.

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Care-A-Lot Grant Progam

Care-A-Lot Program is designed to support community-based organizations that have the capacity to mow and maintain vacant lots during the "Grow Season" which runs from April to October. Eligible organizations must be a registered 501c3 OR have a fiscal sponsor with a registered 501c3 designation. This program is not intended for landscaping, small haulers, and other small businesses. Application is now closed and will reopen in January 2025.

Love Your Block Grant Progam

BMORE Beautiful invites resident-led neighborhood groups to apply for the “Love Your Block” micro-grant. Love Your Block is a community engagement grant designed to support small projects that have a clear public benefit, the focus is on reducing litter while enhancing the overall aesthetic of the neighborhood. Interested residents, neighborhood groups, and community organizations are invited to submit project proposals for a micro-grant ranging between $500-$1500. The application is now open.  The deadline to apply is August 1, 2024

Say YES! Grant Program

Say YES! (Youth Environmental Stewards) The program is a seasonal youth engagement program. Community-based organizations can apply for a grant to engage with up to 5 youth in their community on various beautification efforts.  Selected youth must live in the neighborhood where they are working. Supervision is provided by community leaders as a way to foster mentorship for the next generation of community leaders and activities. This grant is currently closed. Applications for the Fall session will reopen in July 2024.

Project FEED (Fresh Eats in Every District) Pilot Grant Program

Project FEED- Urban Gardenig Academy is a designed to provide the resources, education and capacity building assistance to increase food security and support inititives that will expand local food production through community gardening.  Project FEED  is a pilot program that aims to support Community Managed Open Spaces (CMOS) in 4 Districts that focus on the production of produce to address food disparities in their neighborhoods by increasing accesses to affordable and culturally diverse food sources. Qualified non-profits are eligible to recieve up to $12,000 to begin and/or expand resident and community led urban gardening initatives. Grantees will aso participate in our workshop series that will provide ongoing educational development. To apply please review the guidelines and application. The last day to submit an application is July 22, 2024.





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