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City of Memphis, TN, offers Neighborhood Crime Prevention Grants
Examples of projects we support include neighbors working together to: install additional lighting (such as motion-sensing lighting); install surveillance systems; organize recruitment; transform areas into community gardens; partial funds for National Night Out events ($200 limit for food); conduct youth enrichment programs; enhance beautification by way of community-wide clean-ups and landscaping; neighbor strategy for monitoring their blocks; and create and distribute newsletters and resident directories. Applications are accepted from resident-led groups, such as: neighborhood watch groups; neighborhood associations; homeowners associations; block clubs; civic clubs; faith-based organizations; tenant associations; and non-profits that have crime prevention programs for youth. Read more...

United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona invites submissions for Annual Days of Caring
Attention nonprofits, schools, childcare centers, long-term care centers, community and neighborhood associations! Don't miss out on the opportunity to benefit from United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona's 19th Annual Days of Caring, happening October 19th-20th. Each year thousands of volunteers roll up their sleeves to improve our community one project at a time. Submit any project that your organization needs helps with and United Way will pair your project with local volunteers. Submit your project by July 17, 2018, to be entered into a drawing for $500! Registration deadline: August 3, 2018. Read more...