Courtesy of www.sproutfund.org
One Northside, a Buhl Foundation initiative, in partnership with The Sprout Fund, is offering support to those who live or work on the Northside through Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants and One Northside Grants.
Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants of up to $1,000 can be awarded to small-scale community projects. According to www.sproutfund.org, “Projects may be one-time events, ongoing initiatives, or urgent innovations, and will be led by previous Neighbor-to-Neighbor grantees, newcomers to the program, and creative collaborations among previously-supported project team members.”
One Northside Grants of up to $5,000 can be awarded to those who advocate for large-scale projects that enrich the quality of life on the Northside. “In 2016, the One Northside Grant opportunity will be offered as a capacity-building reinvestment in the neighborhood organizations, community groups, citizen’s councils, and scaled-up Neighbor-to-Neighbor projects on the Northside that were successful implementing their projects from 2015,” according to www.sproutfund.org.
Applications for the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants are being accepted until Friday, July 8. Chosen applicants will be announced in May, June and July. Applications for the One Northside Grants are due on Friday, July 8 and chosen applicants will be announced in early August. Applications for the One Northside Grants will be available after Friday, May 13.
Information sessions will be held at the following Northside locations:
-East Allegheny/Spring Hill: Monday, May 9 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Neu Kirche Contemporary Art Center, 1000 Madison Ave.
-Chateau: Monday, May 16 from 5:30-7 p.m. at Manchester Craftman’s Guild, 1815 Metropolitan St.
-Marshall-Shadeland: Monday, May 23 from 12-1:30 p.m. at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Woods Run, 1201 Woods Run Ave.
For more information on how to apply, click here.