Keep OneSpartanburg Beautiful is accepting applications for neighborhood association and community impact beautification grants. The grants are dedicated to any neighborhood association, schools, places of worship, service clubs, nonprofit organizations, businesses and government entities in Spartanburg County working on a specific beautification project.
Individual projects are eligible for up to $2,500 in grant funding, according to a news release.
“Keep OneSpartanburg Beautiful will work on countywide projects, but we wanted to get involved at the neighborhood level as well,” John Kimbrell, executive vice president of the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce, said in the release. “Improving the appearance of our community is important not only for visitors coming to Spartanburg County, but for those who call our county home. Involving specific neighborhoods and communities in our efforts allows us to serve Spartanburg’s residents on a local level.”
The mini grants are funded by OneSpartanburg and are designed to assist with projects such as right-of-way installations, medians, neighborhood entrance signs, neighborhood playgrounds, parks, lighting or other natural area improvements.