BIG Changes on the horizon at project local community! check out our new grant award guidelines TAB that will soon be published on grantwatch.com.

In summary, we've taken lessons learned from our first year as a nonprofit to more specifically identify the types of community projects we'll be supporting into the future. While all projects to date have had their unique merits, it was the sports projects that resonated most to us. Therefore, going forward Project LoCo grants will have a sports focus and will be awarded based on structured award criteria.We're confident this focus will support sports activities that build stronger communities through social inclusion, have a positive impact on crime prevention, and instill leadership skills.

Since 2016, PLC has supported incredible local and international projects. we have successfully built the first mini skate ramp in havana, cuba.

Amigo Skate (our partner) smuggles in skate supplies to give kids an outlet and keeps them off the streets. Our grant to Amigo Skate build this skate ramp in Havana, Cuba. 

Amigo Skate (our partner) smuggles in skate supplies to give kids an outlet and keeps them off the streets. Our grant to Amigo Skate build this skate ramp in Havana, Cuba. 

Check out the other grant recipients in our backyard of Boulder County.

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We fund projects locally and abroad that make a difference.

 

Project Local Community exists to recognize and support grassroots projects that aim to benefit the community. These projects are executed by local citizens that want to promote positive change where they live.

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