2012 Beautification Grant Applications Being Accepted

Montgomery County Solid Waste District, through its Keep Montgomery County Beautiful program, is proud to offer the 2012 Beautification Grant.   Keep Montgomery County Beautiful (KMCB) established the Beautification Grant in 2010 in order to promote volunteerism and community beautification within Montgomery County.  Grant awards are for up to  $250 and are restricted to the purchase of plants, plant materials, shrubs, trees, perennials and annualsOrganizations listing native plants, perennials and drought-tolerant plants in their grant applications are given a higher rating.  The rating criteria also includes: Need and Impact on Neighborhood/Area, Level of Community/Volunteer/Youth Involvement and Detail of Application.

In 2011, the Beautification Grant assisted 13 Montgomery County non-profit and other eligible organizations.

For further information and an application, please visit www.kmcbohio.org or call 937-225-4999.  Applications must be received by March 30, 2012 .

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