HANDS, ValleyArts and The HUUB Working Together for Neighborhood Project Grants Initiative:
Do you have an idea that will bring people together, get to know your neighbors better, and make meaningful change in your community? Apply for a Neighborhood Project Grant to help make it happen! Click here to download the application or to complete the application online, click here. We are happy to answer any questions about the application! Sign up for an Informational Grant Workshop by clicking here for a workshop at The HUUB or click here for a workshop at ValleyArts. Informational grant workshops will be held At the HUUB (35 Cleveland St.) on Sat. May 12: 10am-12pm, Mon. May 21: 10am-12pm & 6-7:30pm, and Thu. June 7: 10am-12pm & 6-7:30pm, or at ValleyArts (400 S. Jefferson St.) on Tue. May 15: 10am-12pm & 6-7:30pm, Wed. May 30: 10am-12pm & 6-7:30pm, and Sat. June 2: 10am-12pm
Orange is full of talented people with exciting ideas about how to make the city a better place. We are supporting resident-led projects that impact the Heart of Orange or Valley Arts District neighborhoods and their residents. These projects are created to build community, cultivate neighborhood leadership, expand activities for youth, promote wellness and health and to more generally celebrate the diversity of people living in this city.
We are accepting applications from resident groups for projects in the Heart of Orange neighborhood. Groups may be long-standing, newly established or in the process of forming, and are not required to have non-profit or 501(c)(3) status.
Submitting an application is easy: Describe a project to strengthen your community that can be carried out from July-November 2017 and provide a budget of up to $500.
We look for projects that: are clear and thoughtful; address important community concerns; contribute to building stronger communities through neighbors working together; and result in concrete and sustainable improvements.
Applications are accepted until June 15, 2018
These grants are NOT for: individuals; for-profit projects; businesses; organizations with paid staff; religious, fraternal, and partisan organizations; projects affiliated with staffed organizations; groups that have received Neighborhood Project Grants in the last year. We also do not fund the following: rent, utilities, web hosting, web development, 501(c)(3) incorporation fees, salaries, speaker honorariums, and computer equipment.
Contact Charlie Wirene at 973-674-0010, ext. 1, or Charlie@orangehuub.org or Jeremy Moss at firstname.lastname@example.org or 862-252-7035 to ask a question or request an application.
The Heart of Orange is bound by Main St, Scotland Rd, Central Ave and Oakwood Ave and the Valley Arts District is bound by Scotland Rd, Valley Street/Road, Argyle Ave, and Central Ave.