The Grow Greene County Board of Directors held Awards Night 2020 virtually and the next week allocated an additional $35,000 to areas of need in the county in response to the pandemic. This included: Greene County Retail Stimulus gift cards Financial support to the Food Bank of Iowa towards Greene County needs Greene County Public […]Read More
Greene County Medical Center Public Health Department applied to Grow Greene County in 2020 for the purchase of a vehicle to aid in the transporting of clients to medical appointments within Greene County. They were awarded $40,000.Read More
The oldest working water tower in Iowa is located in Scranton. In 2017 the city of Scranton applied for a competitive grant to support the interior and exterior renovation of the tower. Grow Greene County awarded them a $40,000 grant to assist with the efforts.Read More
Grow Greene County awards competitive grants of $35,000 and more in Greene County, Iowa. If an organization is applying for less than $35,000, it should apply for grants through the Greene County Community Foundation. Funding for organizations in the contiguous counties will go through their own County Community Foundation.View Projects
The Grow Greene County 2021 Application for Competitive Grants is available on our website. We encourage online applications this year. If that is not an option for you, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Due date for the application is February 10, 2021.
Just prior to the 7:00 PM show on November 19th, staff at the Sierra Community Theater had a surprise visit from Grow Greene County. A check for $5,000 was presented to them as part of their Grow Greene Give Back Award that is presented each year to an unsuspecting organization in the county. Sierra Community […]
Adopt-A-Family was one of this year’s recipients of the Grow Greene Give Back Award for 2020. Each year Grow Greene County surprises a deserving organization with funding to use to support their cause. Adopt-A-Family provides food and gifts to families who might not otherwise be able to during the holiday season.
The annual Grow Greene County Gaming Corporation grant awards ceremony is next week, April 6. The deliberation process is over and invites have been sent out to those organizations and groups vying for the competitive grants. GGCGC Board President Norm Fandel explains the process their board goes through to determine what projects will receive funding, […]