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Playground Challenge Grant Program [Off Topic}

  • Subject: [cg] Playground Challenge Grant Program [Off Topic}
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 18:17:49 EDT


I include this here for any community garden friendly Parks Dept. folks who 
are looking for some recreation center bucks for playgrounds.

Adam Honigman

from the Foundation Center RFP Bulletin listserv:

 Computer Associates and KaBOOM! Announce 2003
        Playground Challenge Grant Program

 Deadline: April 30, 2003

 KaBOOM! ( http://www.kaboom.org/ ), a Washington, D.C.-
 based nonprofit organization that helps to build
 playgrounds across North America, in partnership with
 Computer Associates ( http://www.ca.com/community/ ),
 has announced its 2003 Playground Challenge Grant Program.

 The program will award twenty grants of $5,000 toward the
 planning and construction of playgrounds to eligibleFellowships

 community-based nonprofit organizations in the United
 States and Canada.

 Community groups applying for a grant must demonstrate a
 compelling need for a new or improved community playground,
 the ability to organize volunteers in the planning and
 construction of the playground, and the ability to raise
 the additional funds needed to build the playground. Grant
 award winners must also commit to building their play-
 grounds by April 2004.

 For more information about the 2003 Challenge Grants
 program and to download an application form, visit the
 KaBOOM! Web site.

 RFP Link: http://www.kaboom.org/nooz.aspx?id=339 

 For additional RFPs in Children and Youth, visit:


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