NIDC CIP match grants support community projects that engage community members and physically improve neighborhoods in Milwaukee. CIP grants are reimbursable grants that require a dollar-for-dollar match from non-City funding sources.
The maximum CIP grant request is $4,000.
All applicants are required to attend an orientation session before applying.
Applications and more information is available at: www.milwaukee.gov/CIPs
You can pair this application process with the abovementioned grant. The informational session has already been held. Incoming questions about this will have to be requested (contact information available within the application)
Washington Park Neighborhood Improvement District’s Community Improvement Project (CIP) Grant as well. Reimbursable match grants for community improvement projects & events.
Application attached with guidelines within (do not modify contents within the document): APPLICATION
Excel budget sheet for application
Frequently Asked Questions about NID #3 CIP projects:
Applicants must review the Sustainable Community Plan and select which goal(s) they are trying to achieve & will have to copy/paste them into the application where requested:
UMCS staff supporting WPP initiatives are unable to guarantee on behalf of any members participating in WPP, that grant applications submitted after 11/30/2017 will receive the review and decision of the committees. Please submit your 2017 and early 2018 (January/February) requests before the end of the month.
NOTE: While they have similar names, both grants are unaffiliated. It is the tip to pair them during an applicant’s planning process which may help reduce community improvement project-based costs.Did you like this story? Subscribe to NNS today.