LCCA gives grants to local projects and community organizations to preserve and enhance the history and quality of life in the Logan Circle neighborhood.
LCCA’s giving priorities are: a) neighborhood beautification, b) social causes c) education and d) arts and culture. The average grant size is about $750.
Examples of recent grants that LCCA awarded are funds for maintenance of local park, the popular Little Goblins Parade and special programs at schools, including the Garrison Elementary School, which is partnering with the national Kindred Program that helps schools to bridge diverse communities.
In 2020 and 2021 to date, LCCA has awarded grants to the following neighborhood schools and organizations:
Logan Circle Community Association accepts grant requests on a rolling basis throughout the year. Keep in mind that decisions could take a couple of months.
Grant applicants should complete and submit the LCCA Grant Application. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need additional information
If the funds are not used within the specified timeframe outlined in the proposal for the program or are used for purposes other than what was described in the grant application, the recipient must reimburse the funds to LCCA.
The charitable activities will be published on LCCA’s website and may also be published in other announcements or publications from LCCA.
The Logan Circle Community Association is one of the premier civic and residential organizations in the District of Columbia.
Post Office Box 34776
Washington, DC 20043-4776
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