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Community Improvement Project (CIP)

In 2016, community groups, leaders and organizations who are interested in applying for an NIDC Community Improvement Project match grant will be required to participate in a one hour informational session in order to be eligible to submit a CIP application.

Kilbourn Gardens residents and volunteers
Kilbourn Gardens: Residents and volunteers work together on a garden expansion.

Five Points Park in the Harambee neighborhood
Five Points Park: Harambee Community members worked with a local artist to create and install decorative planters that celebrate neighborhood culture and beautify a once vacant space.

Century City neighbors Bloom and Groom
Century City neighbors participate in Bloom and Groom.

 

Friends of Tippecanoe garden and orchard
Neighborhood children caring for the Friends of Tippecanoe garden and orchard.

 

 

 Last Page Update 4/21/2016

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NIDC

809 North Broadway, 3rd Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53202

(414) 286-5608
nidc@milwaukee.gov

Contact:  CommunityOutreach@milwaukee.gov
 

To learn more about the CIP match grant and how to apply, attend one of our 2016 sessions:

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Schedule

Community Improvement Project Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

06-08-20166:00 PM  - 7:00 PMForest Home Library, 1432 W. Forest Home Ave. (Community Room)

Community Improvement Project Info Session - matching grants up to $4,000

06-09-20169:30 AM  - 10:30 AMHillside Family Resource Center, 1452 N. 7th St.