The City of Hickory Community Relations Council (CRC) is currently seeking projects to fund for the 2023-2024 fiscal year and is inviting qualified groups or individuals to consider submitting grant requests.
Donor Name: City of Hickory Community Relations Council (CRC)
State: North Carolina
Type of Grant: Grant
Size of the Grant: $1000 to $10,000
Grant Duration: Grant Duration Not Mentioned
- Priority will be given to programs or projects which will have the greatest impact on positive human relations, that are most effective in bringing together the diverse populations of Hickory and which provide direct services and resources to the targeted populations(s).
- Additional priority will be given to projects for which in-kind services or matching funds are available provided the matching funds are not provided by the City of Hickory. Applicants are encouraged to be creative in developing projects that address real community needs. They are also encouraged to develop partnerships with other agencies and organizations if at all possible.
Awards typically range from $250 – $1,500.
- Applicants may include churches, schools, institutions, 501(c)(3) organizations and other tax-exempt organizations. Applications from non-profit organizations that have not received formal tax-exempt status may be considered if the group provides sufficient information on the purpose and activities of the organization and the proposed project or program.
- Programs requesting grant funding must serve the residents of the City of Hickory.
- Funds may be used for contracts for services and/or specified honoraria provided the proposed recipient is providing direct services to the target population.
- The HCRC will not consider applications for programs or projects for political purposes or which promote a particular religious point of view. Funds from the grant program are provided by the city of Hickory and may not be used to pay salaries, construct facilities, or to purchase office equipment. The HCRC will not consider applications from City of Hickory departments but will accept proposals from related support organizations if the requested funds will be used to provide a program or service for which no City dollars are available.
For more information, visit CRC.