The City of Montgomery is currently seeking applications for the Service to the Community Grant program.  This grant program is open to all not-for-profit and local service organizations that have innovative ideas and the skills necessary to execute creative community projects benefiting or engaging the citizens of Montgomery.

Service to the community is defined as providing a beneficial service, project, or event that engages or improves the quality of life of Montgomery residents.

A maximum of $2,500 may be awarded to any one applicant. In the past, Operation Give Back received a grant for their WeTHRIVE! Food Bundle packs. Packs contained fresh produce and healthy snacks along with healthy cooking recipe cards and health information fact sheets.  They were made available to 35 Montgomery area families who were either seniors, those living with chronic diseases, or were food insecure. Learn more at watchusthrive.org.

Organizations are invited to attend a pre-application meeting on Thursday, Feb. 20, at 4:00 p.m., in the Montgomery City Hall Council Chambers to learn more about the grant program and the expected timeline.  To review the grant application, go to this link.  Applications are due by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, April 1, 2020.

2020-2021 Service to the Community grant guidelines

Please contact Faith Lynch, communications and engagement coordinator, at 513-792-8358 or flynch@montgomeryohio.org with any questions.