TCT Project Assistance Grant

Community Development Initiative and Project Assistance Grant

In 2009 TCT committed to further serve their members through the TCT Community Development Initiative. The initiative was designed to help promote healthy lifestyles for current members and businesses, and to help support infrastructures that will attract new residents and businesses to TCT service areas.

TCT helps member communities by providing assistance in leadership, training, grant procurement, and business development, for both new and existing businesses. TCT also aids in creating and growing community foundations and by acting as a liaison between local, state, and national economic development groups, as well as actively taking part in established Community Development Groups or facilitating the establishment of such groups. The TCT Community Project Assistance Grant was created as a part of the initiative to nurture the growth and prosperity of TCT exchange communities, by supplying financial assistance. A subcommittee consisting of three TCT Board of Directors, and CEO, Dale Jones meets on a regular basis to approve grant submissions.

We ask that grant requests be completed online, however if you are not able to complete the online form you may request that one be sent to you by mail by contacting Angie Schwerdtfeger, at 620-767-5153 or 1-800-362-2576.

 

TCT Community Project Assistance Grant

Guidelines: TCT Project Assistance Grant is only open to non-profit organizations or organizations affiliated with a non-profit organization and subsist in TCT’s exchange communities. A non-profit tax ID number must be provided. Please answer all questions as thoroughly as possible. TCT strongly encourages that any materials or labor, not donated for project, be purchased or solicited within the TCT exchange service area. Selection Process: Applications are open only to organizations located in a TCT exchange community or possesses a membership that consists of a substantial proportion of TCT cooperative members. Applications will be reviewed by the TCT Community Development Subcommittee. Applicants may be contacted for additional information regarding the application. Applications illustrating the most detail about the project will have a better chance of success. The TCT Project Assistance Grant is an open ended grant; there is no fixed deadline in which organizations must apply.
  • Please remember that your chances of receiving the grant increase in correlation to the detail of your project’s description.
  • Please list the 501C3 Identification number and name of organization holding the ID Number.
  • Please list the amount being requested from the TCT Project Assistance Grant for this project.
  • What is the projected completion date of the project in general?
    Please indicate which TCT exchange area will benefit from this grant.
  • What geographical area will benefit from/be impacted by the project?
  • What sector of the community will this project impact or improve- business sector, social sector, age sector or other population sector?
  • Please list other funding, financing, or grants that have already been secured for the project.
  • Please list other funding, financing, or grants that the group intends to apply for.
  • Please break down the projected budget for the project: (Cost of labor, materials, promotion, etc. you may refer to the TCT Project Assistance Grant Budget Form)
  • Please describe how this project conforms to the Mission Statement of the TCT Community Development Committee: MISSION STATEMENT- The TCT Community Development Initiative will promote healthy lifestyles, support infrastructures, work to retain existing businesses, and help attract new residents and businesses to the TCT service areas. The TCT Community Development Initiative will also assist exchange communities and businesses in leadership, training, and grant procurement, while acting as a liaison between local, state, and national economic development groups and actively taking part in established Community Development Groups or facilitating the establishment of such groups, in TCT exchange communities.
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