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Scranton Area Community Foundation - Leadership Lackawanna
Grants of up to $2,000 to Pennsylvania nonprofit organizations in eligible locations for programs and projects that benefit local communities. Funding is intended for activities within the focus areas of animal welfare, homelessness, parks, and the environment. Eligible applicants serve the residents of the Lackawanna County region. Project areas were chosen by the Tomorrow's Leaders Today (TLT) students.
TLT seeks to help participants realize what they can do to make a difference in their community as young philanthropists. The program offers students in their junior year of high school the chance to meet with local community leaders, develop leadership capabilities, and choose priority project areas. In 2022, grants will be provided to organizations working to make a difference in the following Priority Areas:
GrantWatch ID#: 200061
Organizations are welcome to apply for grants of up to $2,000.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
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Scranton Area Community Foundation
615 Jefferson Ave., Suite 102
Scranton, Pennsylvania 18510
Phone (570) 347-6203
Fax (570) 347-7587
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