Deadline is March 31 for non-profit agencies located within the Paducah city limits to apply for city Grant-in-Aid funding for Fiscal Year 2024.
The City of Paducah is accepting applications for the Grant-in-Aid Program. The deadline is March 31 for non-profit agencies located within the Paducah city limits to apply for city funding for fiscal year 2024. Agencies interested in applying MUST attend a workshop at City Hall located at 300 South 5th Street on Thursday, February 23 at 11 a.m. to review the application process. This workshop will last approximately one hour.
City Daron Jordan said, “The City of Paducah values the services provided by our local non-profit agencies. They make a difference every day in our community through social services, arts and culture, and more. The Grant-in-Aid program is an opportunity for non-profits located within Paducah’s city limits to express how they contribute to the quality of life for our residents and how the City might be a financial partner while still meeting the state guidelines for allocation of public funds to outside agencies."
The Grant-in-Aid Categories are as follows:
- Quality of Life Standard Grant – eligible for non-profit agencies providing programs or projects that benefit the quality of life for Paducah residents.
- Quality of Life Micro Grant – eligible for non-profit agencies providing programs or projects that benefit the quality of life for Paducah residents. The grant request is limited to $5000 or less.
Visit Grant-in-Aid Program Applications for guidelines and forms. Each agency must be a 501(c)(3) organization. The City’s fiscal year begins July 1.