Sunday, May 15, 2016

News from the NAPC: County's REAP grants for neighborhoods and non-profits in Lake Worth

You can also read about this on the Neighborhood Assoc. Presidents Council (NAPC) Facebook page. For a list of neighborhoods, contact information, and other useful factoids go to the NAPC website. Below is the latest news:

Congratulations to all the Lake Worth Neighborhood Associations and non-profits whose grant applications were recommended for approval at the REAP graduation ceremony. All in, we brought home $36,050 for neighborhood improvements—just shy of 30% of the total amount awarded to all of Palm Beach County. A partial list in no particular order:
  • Cottages of Lake Worth: $5,000 for printed material to promote Lake Worth's cottages
  • Tropical Ridge: $5,000 for signage and other outreach materials including street banners
  • Friends of the Lake Worth Library: $3,200 to help furnish a homework study zone
  • Friends of the Lake Worth Library: $5,000 for Little Free Libraries
  • Eden Place Neighborhood: $1,900 for a Crime Watch program
  • NAPC: $5,000 to fund street banners for neighborhoods
  • Whispering Palms: $4,000 to build a community garden
  • Vernon Heights: $2,000 for Crime Watch program
  • Royal Poinciana: $1,500 for neighborhood clean-up tool and supplies
  • Royal Poinciana: $650 for neighborhood outreach printed material
  • ROLO: $2,000 for Crime Watch program