Downtown Neighborhood Association Accepting Proposals
for 2015 Community Grants
SAVANNAH, Ga. – Community-based organizations are invited to submit proposals for community grants to be awarded by the Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA). The intent of these grants is to improve the quality of life in the downtown Savannah area. For the purpose of the proposal, “downtown” is defined as the area north of Victory Drive.
Grants are awarded to organizations in one of three categories that the applicant must select: beautification and improvements; arts and cultural life or humanitarian causes.
The deadline for Grant Proposal submission is March 31, 2015 at 5 p.m. Awards will be announced at the DNA’s Annual Spring Picnic in May 2015. Recipients will be contacted by the DNA Board of Directors prior to the event and notified of status.Grants are funded by monies raised through the organization’s annual Holiday Tour of Homes. DNA’s Interim President Melinda Allen says, “DNA continues to work hard to support our community. Grant proposals undergo a thorough review process by our Board of Directors. Each year, we look forward to enhancing our downtown community by providing funds to organizations supporting our mission.”
Proposals are only accepted online. To apply, visit www.SavannahDNA.org/grant. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the DNA:
DNA is a 501(c)3 organization led by a volunteer Board of Directors whose mission is to enhance the quality of residential life in the Historic Landmark District, protect Savannah’s unique downtown environment, and advocate public policies, which support these objectives.