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City Council member Gerri Harbison presented a Service to the Community Grant to Lisa Zelvy, assistant principal of Sycamore Junior High.

In 2016, the City of Montgomery expanded the previous community engagement grant program into the Service to the Community Grant program.  The City is currently seeking applicants again for this grant program, which is open to all not-for-profit organizations which have innovative ideas and the skills necessary to execute creative community projects that benefit and engage the citizens of the City 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.

This grant is an opportunity for local service organizations to partner with the City of Montgomery for the benefit of the community. Last year Sycamore Junior High and Honor Flight each received grants from this program. The maximum of $2,500 may be awarded to any one applicant.

Service organizations are invited to attend a pre-application meeting on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 5:00 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 for 2018 are due by 4:00 p.m. on Monday, April 2, 2018.

To review the grant application, go to this link on the website.