Neighborhood and Community Development Seed Grant

Program Provides Assistance with Neighborhood and Community Initiatives

 The City of Worthington Community Relations Commission invites resident groups to apply for a Neighborhood and Community Development Seed Grant. The purpose of this grant program is to encourage strong neighborhoods, and to encourage community activities that align with the mission of the CRC – to promote tolerance, diversity and inclusiveness in Worthington. Each year, the CRC will also pick an additional priority to encourage positive community engagement and change on a specific topic. In 2017, this topic is awareness of Mental Health Issues and access to Mental Health resources.   Grant application forms are due by May 12, 2017.

2017 Neighborhood and Community Development Seed Grant Application Form

Please send the application form and supporting materials to:
Neighborhood and Community Seed Grants
City of Worthington
6550 N. High Street
Worthington, Ohio 43085

The forms can also be emailed to Lori Trego.

 The Community Relations Commission will award grants in three categories:
  1. Neighborhood Community Building Grant: up to $500 
  2. Diversity Awareness Grant: up to $500 
  3. Mental Health Awareness and Access Grant: up to $1,000 
  • Applicants must be representatives of an existing (or forming) neighborhood association or a community organization. Informal citizen groups may also be eligible if their grant proposal falls within any of the purposes above. Informal groups should provide information on how they are organized and plans for sustainability of the project (when appropriate).
  • Projects should focus on Worthington. That focus may be either people based (serving the citizens of Worthington) or place based (improving the Worthington community)
  • Grant applicants must be residents of the City of Worthington. In addition, the organization or association should be Worthington based with a primary goal of servicing the citizens of the City of Worthington. 
  For questions, or more information, email or call Lori Trego at (614) 854-7171.