(Austin, TX) – Texas Rural Communities, Inc. (TRC) awards grants to fund community programs in rural areas that advance community development, including but not limited to environmental, economic, or educational programs for the benefit of rural communities. TRC will award numerous grants with a total amount not to exceed $39,000. The average grant award is between $3,100 to the capped amount of $10,000. These grants may not be used for building construction or personnel costs.
Those projects that qualify should apply for the grant before the November 3rd, 2017 deadline.
Applications must be mailed to TRI and postmarked no later than the deadline to:
Texas Rural Communities, Inc.
Attn: Sandra Tenorio
168 Cimarron Park Loop
Buda, TX 78610
Additional information may be found at www.texasrural.org or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I encourage our local community projects and programs administrators in Southeast Texas to consider these funds. Our community programs provide many benefits to our Southeast Texans and during this time of hardship it is imperative that we use all the resources available to us,”
said State Rep. James White.
Please do not hesitate to contact either Saul Mendoza, Chief of Staff, or Shawn Dunn, District Director, with questions regarding this release at 512-463-0490 or 409-283-3700.
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