Neighborhood Grants

Building Stronger Neighborhoods of the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro invites neighborhoods within the City of Greensboro to apply for grants for community building projects!

Participatory Budgeting Greensboro  The City of Greensboro offers a new opportunity for any City resident over the age of 11 to participate in submitting capital improvement project ideas to be implemented on City property in 2016.  Each City Council District may receive up to $100,000 total for project implementation, with each single project limited to $30,000.  Project proposals are due in 2015, they will be explored for potential during winter 2015/16, and the public will vote on projects in spring 2016.  For details on this new participatory budgeting opportunity visit www.greensboropb.org

NeighborWoods grants from the City of Greensboro and Greensboro Beautiful awards one neighborhood each year with up to 150 trees for planting in a neighborhood or neighborhood park.

Choice Neighborhoods Program of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development supports locally driven strategies to address struggling neighborhoods with distressed public or HUD-assisted housing through a comprehensive approach to neighborhood transformation.