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Apply Today to the CreatINg Places Grant Program!
Thanks to the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA), in partnership with Patronicity, the CreatINg Places crowdgranting program has helped eight communities secure over $650,000 in funding for ten projects that improve public spaces. In less than a year, several projects have been completed and are already open for residents & visitors to enjoy under this innovative program.
Apply Before the Funding is Gone
Last fall IHCDA set aside $1 million for projects participating in CreatINg Places, and right now over half of that funding is gone. This program is a golden opportunity for cities, towns, and non-profits to create amazing public spaces – don’t miss out!
To learn more, join them for a series of webinars that IHCDA and Patronicity are hosting about CreatINg Places through the links below. They’ll take you through the process of how to apply, how previous applicants have used the program in their communities, and more.
If you have any questions about the program, or are just curious about project eligibility, get in touch by email at Veronica@patronicity.com or call (847) 942-0483.
Register for the July 13th “CreatINg Places: An Overview” webinar here.
Register for the July 27th “CreatINg Places: Learn from the Experts” webinar here.
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