Past Awards - 2024

Grow Greene County awards competitive grants of $35,000 and more. 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. Helpful Links

Jefferson Pickleball Committee

tg-img Jefferson Pickleball Committee received the biggest award of 2024.  They received $118,000 to assist in the development of pickleball courts at Read More

Greene County Cattleman

tg-img The Greene County Cattleman received $85,000 toward the purchase of a refrigerated cargo van to assist in all the beef cookouts they provide Read More

City of Paton

tg-img The City of Paton received $75,000 towards their Main Street Lighting and Beautification Read More

Grand Junction Lions & Summerfest

tg-img Grand Junction Lions & 50107 Summerfest received $70,000 to assist in building a new shelter Read More

Grand Junction Fire Rescue

tg-img Grand Junction Fire Rescue was awarded $69,000 to purchase a power load cot for the ambulance to aid in the transport of Read More


tg-img The Greene County Community Center/Jefferson Park and Rec received $61,000 to purchase a new heater for the Jefferson Read More

Grand Junction Fire Department

tg-img The Grand Junction Fire Department was awarded $60,000 to replace the analog radios with new digital Read More

The Highlander Corporation

tg-img The Highlander Corporation in Churdan received $$55,000 to assist in remodeling Apt #9 at the housing complex in Read More

144 CHI

tg-img 144 Corridor Housing Intiative (CHI) received $40,000 in funding to raze homes or buildings in Paton,Dana, Grand Junction, and Rippey that are unsafe Read More

Jefferson Police Department

tg-img The Jefferson Police Department received $40,000 to update its body camera Read More

Ducks Unlimited

tg-img Ducks Unlimited is working with state and local partners on a strategic initiative to deliver water quality wetland restoration projects in Greene Read More

St Patrick's Cedar Historical Church Foundation

tg-img St Patrick’s Cedar Historical Church Foundation received $35,000 to assist with the replacement of the roof on the historical church located in Read More

Greene County Medical Center & Foundation

tg-img Greene County Medical Center Foundation was awarded $42,000 toward the purchase of medical equipment for use in the Pain Read More

Greene County Community Foundation

tg-img Grow Greene County awards the Greene County Community Foundations funds each year to distribute toward grants under $35,000.  Check out the Greene Read More

Greene County Development Corporation

tg-img Grow Greene County provides funding to Greene County Development Corporation for various economic development Read More

Paton-Churdan School

tg-img The Paton-Churdan School will receive $30,000 in 2024.  The school is choosing to use the funds for continued upgrades to Read More

Contiguous Counties 2024

tg-img Under its agreement with Wild Rose Entertainment Inc., Grow Greene  County Gaming Corporation receives five percent of the local casino’s adjusted Read More

Municipalities 2024

tg-img The Grow Greene County Board of Directors has awarded funding to each of the municipalities in Greene County since 2016.  The funds awarded are Read More

Jefferson Matters

tg-img Jefferson Matters: A Main Street & Chamber Community received funds towards the “Jefferson Wants You” Incentive Fund to recruit small Read More

Greene County High School

tg-img In 2020 Grow Greene County Gaming Corporation provided $4.5 Million Dollars to the Greene County Community School District for the construction of a Read More

The Children's Center

tg-img Greene County Early Learning Center was the recipient of a $500,000 Legacy Grant in 2020 to assist with the building of a new childcare center Read More

Greene County Animal Shelter

tg-img Grow Greene County approved an application for funding from the City of Jefferson on behalf of PAWS in 2019.  A commitment of $67,000 for three Read More