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Grant-in-Aid Program Deadline Extended
By West Kentucky Star Staff
PADUCAH - The City of Paducah has extended the deadline for their Grant-in-Aid program.

After a request from Governor Andy Beshear's office to extend expiration dates or deadlines for 90 days, Paducah has extended the deadline on their Grant-in-Aid program to June 30 for non-profit agencies and for agencies providing a municipal service that meets the needs of the City.

The categories for the Grant-in-Aid program are as follows:

• Core Services Grant – eligible for agencies that provide a municipal service including but not limited to transportation, animal control, parks and recreation, and economic development.

• Quality of Life Grant – eligible for non-profit agencies that provide programs or projects that benefit the quality of life for the residents of Paducah.

• Quality of Life Micro Grant – eligible for non-profit agencies providing programs or projects that benefit the quality of life for Paducah residents. The grant request is limited to $5000 or less.

• Catalyst Grant – eligible for non-profit agencies desiring to launch a new program or project that requires an infusion of financial support to start or expedite the process.

• Board of Commissioners Advocacy Grant – eligible for non-profit agencies that were not selected by the Grant-in-Aid-Review Panel but completed the application process.

Officials also want to remind the public that any agencies that have received funding in the past will need to submit applications. You can find application guidelines and additional forms at the link below.


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Grant-in-Aid Program Application


Published 02:49 PM, Thursday Mar. 26, 2020
Updated 02:53 PM, Thursday Mar. 26, 2020

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