In celebration of its 100th birthday, Lowe's has launched 100 Hometowns, an initiative to complete 100 impact projects this year as part of a $10 million commitment to give back to the communities Lowe's serves. City governments or nonprofits are eligible recipients for these grants (see below).
Read the rules. - See #4 for information on cities.
Nominations for 100 Hometowns are due by April 19 at 11:59:59 p.m. EDT. Participants should be prepared to share their hometown story and what their project means to them. Nominees can provide photos and video as part of the application. Eligible project types include community spaces (such as parks, senior citizen or youth centers), neighborhood housing, cultural preservation and area revitalization, among others.