Neighborhood Purpose Grants & Community Impact Projects
 

Following is the schedule for the Neighborhood Purpose Grant (NPG) program for fiscal year 2021-2022:
 

  • This year CSPNC has allocated $15,700 for the funding of Neighborhood Purpose Grants. This amount is subject to change.

  • The maximum amount per grant is $5,000.

  • Submission deadline: Applications must be received no later than February 25, 2022, by 11:59 pm. No late applications will be considered. No exceptions.

  • Applications will be reviewed by the Ad Hoc NPG grant committee. Applications will be presented to the board at the March 21, 2022, meeting.

  • To be considered for an NPG grant: Applicant organizations must be a 501(c)(3) in current standing or a public school.

  • Submissions must include:

• All applications must be emailed to cspnclive@gmail.com by 11:59 pm on February 25, 2022. Please read the application completely and carefully. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact CSPNC Treasurer, Sheryl Akerblom at sakerblom@yahoo.com.

Who, What, Where, Why, Cost?  See below:
 

NPG - Neighborhood Purpose Grant 

A Neighborhood Council can allocate a portion of its annual budget to grant funds to qualifying local non-profits and public schools. A Neighborhood Purpose Grant must provide a benefit to the Coastal NC community.

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About  CIP - Community Improvement Projects

A Neighborhood Council can allocate a portion of its annual budget to make improvements to its community, provided that the improvement is made within Coastal SPNC boundaries and on public property.

Examples include:  Beautification Projects like tree planting/trimming, graffiti abatement, sidewalk washing, mural restoration.
 

Capital Improvements to City Owned Facilities such as parks, recreation centers, police stations and fire departments.