Shelby County Commission Community Enhancement Grant Program
AS REQUIRED BY STATE LAW ALL ORGANIZATIONS THAT RECEIVED MONEY FROM THE PRIOR YEAR MUST SUBMIT AND COMPLETE AN END OF THE YEAR REPORT BEFORE THEY CAN SUBMIT A GRANT FOR THE NEW FISCAL YEAR.
The Community Enhancement Grant Program was established via Resolution by the Shelby County Board of Commissioners during the FY 2016 Budget on July 6, 2015. Each member of the Shelby County Board of Commissioners have funds available to allocate within their individual districts for non-profit organizations (i.e. 501(c)3 & 501(c)4), as well as some governmental/quasi-governmental agencies. The revised guidelines for the Shelby County Board of Commissioners FY 2022 Community Enhancement Program are up for approval by the body by June 30, 2021. These revised guidelines will include new requirements related to the online grant application as well as the submission of required financial documentation.
In order to move forward with potential grant approvals, applicants should start by contacting the Shelby County Commissioner of their organization's home office for consideration for grant sponsorship; however, potential grantees do have the liberty to reach out to any of the Commissioners for consideration of grant sponsorship.
Please view and submit the Grant Application. Grant Applications will ONLY be accepted electronically and phone photos of documents WILL NOT be accepted . Any application that is incomplete or missing documentation
To determine the district your organization resides, click here. Additionally, the contact for County Commissioners can be found here.
Forward any additional questions to email@example.com. We appreciate your efforts in helping us to enhance our community.
Shelby County Board of Commissioners Grant Program Checklist