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Neighbors Growing Together | Jul 31, 2014

Foundation seeks grant applicants

By Xiomara Levsen | Jun 13, 2014

Mini-grant applications for the Washington County Riverboat Foundation (WCRF) are due next week.
WCRF Executive Assistant Jim Logan said the applications are due to the WCRF office, located at 205 W. Main St. in Washington, on June 18 by 5 p.m.
“The highest amount awarded to the applicants will be $2,000,” he said. “The application is one page and can be found on our Web site.”
Along with the application, applicants will need to submit a federal IRS non-profit determination letter, or a certification of existence from the Secretary of State showing a two-year history, Logan said.
“These mini-grants are catered to non-profit organizations that want to do a special project,” he said.
Logan said the applications coming to the WCRF office have been slow so far but expects that to change next week.
“They will all come in on Monday or Tuesday,” he said. “We usually average around 100 mini-grant applications.”
Up to $100,000 will be awarded during this mini-grant cycle, Logan said. The mini-grant awards night will be held the third week of July.
If your group has any questions about the mini-grant application you can call Logan at 319-653-3588 or e-mail him at wcrf@riverboatfoundation.org.

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