I normally don’t post things like this. But the deadline is fast-approaching and I’m sure there’s someone out there who is deserving of this grant. Any ideas?
Hamburger Helper/General Mills — My Hometown Helper Grant Program
General Mills and Hamburger Helper are searching for people in towns across the country who are raising funds to help the community. Hamburger Helper will fund initiatives to help hometowns across America with monetary grants of up to $15,000. The deadline for proposals is March 31, 2008.
Complete details are found by clicking here: http://www.myhometownhelper.com/
Overview of Hamburger Helper’s MYHOMETOWNHELPER.COM:
General Mills Sales, Inc. (“General Mills”) and Hamburger Helper are searching for people in your hometown that are raising funds to help the community. Hamburger Helper will fund initiatives to help hometowns across America with monetary grants of up to $15,000.00 per project during the time frame of August 1, 2007 – September 31, 2007 (“Wave 1”) and February 1, 2008 – March 31, 2008 (“Wave 2”). Hamburger Helper will give funds directly to the public school, 501(c)(3), or 501(c)(4) entity, such as civic leagues and social welfare organizations (see list of qualifying organizations below), that sponsors an application for funding (“Qualifying Organizations”). Visit http://www.myhometownhelper.com for more information.
Initiatives Supported by MYHOMETOWNHELPER.COM:
When evaluating requests, MYHOMETOWNHELPER.COM review committee will favor organizations meeting the following criteria:
- Demonstrate a need in the broader community
- Illustrate a helpful, creative or innovative concept that meets this need
- Clearly identify change/s that can be made as a result of receiving the award
- Lights or bleachers for the baseball, soccer or football fields
- Books for the school, library, or literacy programs
- Playground equipment for the park
- Boys & Girls Clubs Programs
- New uniforms for Little League teams
- Red Cross health and safety programs
- Swimming and lifeguard training
- Equipment or supplies for a local food bank
- YMCA/YWCA tutoring or job training initiatives
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