This "How To" Guide was created to help municipalities be successful with grants.
The Program on Financial Literacy for Municipal ?Employees is intended to give local governments the ability to provide counseling to members of their communities.
Cities are eligible for the National Park Service’s (NPS) African American Civil Rights Grant Program (AACR) to document the sites and stories of African American history.
Grants are available to nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and tribal entities to protect historic buildings and sites related to African American history.
Cities, Main Street areas, and business districts are eligible for grants to renovate traditional or historic Main Street areas or business districts.
Local governments are eligible for cooperative agreements to restore and improve wildlife passageways (waterways).
Grants are available to help promote physical activity, reduce childhood obesity, and encourage play for all.
The Community Wildfire Defense Grant provides funding assistance for wildfire preparedness and risk reduction projects.
National Endowment for the Arts grants are available to provide assistance in covering costs associated with art exhibitions.
The Access Fund offers grants to U.S. organizations, government agencies, land trusts, and individuals for projects that promote rock climbing. Applicants requesting large amounts or land acquisition support must contact staff prior to applying. F...