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[LIBERTY] – Sullivan Renaissance is accepting applications for early admission to its 2015 community beautification grant program. Organizations that are considering gardening projects next year can get an assessment and review from Sullivan Renaissance staff this fall.
Sullivan Renaissance representatives will visit communities at their convenience to explain the program, review the garden design and assist with the application process. This is a chance to have a staff horticulturist look at potential garden plans and get recommendations before the snow flies.
Organizations that know they will be applying for assistance from Sullivan Renaissance next year can take advantage of this opportunity and complete the paperwork now. Applicants will be notified before Thanksgiving whether they have been approved for a grant in the 2015 program.
For groups that are unable to apply early, applications will still be accepted until March 18, 2015.
Early applications are available for download from the Sullivan Renaissance web site (http://www.sullivanrenaissance.org/grants/applications/default.aspx) in a portable document format (PDF) with fillable form fields. Applications can be completed electronically and e-mailed to Sullivan Renaissance (along with required documentation) or printed and mailed by the appropriate deadline.
Early admission is available only for the community beautification and maintenance support programs. Other Sullivan Renaissance grant programs have application deadlines that vary based on the program.
For more information, contact Sullivan Renaissance at www.sullivanrenaissance.org or 845-295-2445.
Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation. Sponsors include Bold Gold Media Group/Thunder 102, FisherMears Associates, Kristt Company, Robert Green Dealerships, Sullivan County Democrat, The River Reporter, Thompson Sanitation, and WSUL/WVOS.