Neighborhood Connection Grants
Neighborhood Services invites residents of Boulder to apply for funding for projects that align with the following goals:
- Increase opportunities for neighbors to meet and get to know each other
- Provide community-building resources to under-resourced neighborhoods
- Enhance community resilience through personal connections
Neighborhood Connection Grants are designed to increase opportunities for neighbors to get to know each other in fun, relaxing and positive ways, creating pathways for communication, collaboration and resilience.
WHAT'S NEW THIS YEAR?
2018 Neighborhood Connection grants have a greater focus on accessibility – making sure resources can reach more parts of the city. Previous grants have been distributed as reimbursements after the project is completed. In 2018, most grants will be a direct disbursement, ensuring that most of the necessary resources are in hand before the project begins.
We’ve also created a greater variety of opportunities with dedicated funds. This will help streamline the process for some opportunities, while creating what we hope is a helpful structure for others. We are also offering training sessions to support the application process.
There are a number of Neighborhood Connection Grants. Take a moment to review the available grant funding categories.
NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTION GRANT TRAININGS
Attend one training session below to learn more about the Neighborhood Connection Grant programs and walk through the applications. Required for Enhancement Grant applicants.
- Stay tuned for future dates for upcoming Neighborhood Connection Grant trainings.