Junction City Grant Application Information
Below are the grants Junction City Main Street has applied for.
National Trust for Historic Preservation
The grant submission to the National Trust for Historic Preservation was selected for funding. We will have $2,500 to print and put on line an enhanced, refreshed, modern and a bit slicker brochure to distribute to residents, visitors, and tourists interested in learning more about Junction City, in general, and the downtown building infrastructure, in particular.
T-Mobile has partnered with partnered with Smart Growth America and Main Street America, two consulting partners with a combined experience of over 60 years working to help build stronger, more prosperous small towns and rural communities. With our Hometown Grant program, we’re investing big in small towns by awarding up to 100 towns a year with project funding—up to $50,000 each.
Historic Economic Asset Lifeline (HEAL)
The Department of Commerce is offering matching grants for the revitalization of underutilized, vacant, or dilapidated downtown buildings through the Historic Economic Asset Lifeline (HEAL) program. The grants are intended to bring buildings back into productive use as spaces for new or expanding businesses, childcare, housing, arts and culture, civic engagement, or entrepreneurship.
Kansas Dept of Arts Grant
The Arts Integration Program supports the role the arts play in all levels of education, community service and workforce development.
This program provides funding for educational institutions, arts organizations, and community service non-profits to use the arts to increase student success, foster creative thinking, develop critical job skills, and enhance community development.