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The Neighborhood Renewal Fund has been re-opened by the Manitoba government under the Neighborhoods Alive program.  Their Planning and Project Officer Melissa Branconnier says it supports a broad range of locally planned projects.  She explains they’re basically focused on neighborhood renewal and capacity so they like to see projects that support and provide services to at risk marginalized populations or ones that need more services than most like seniors, youth, low income, newcomers and they like to see things where its positive community impact so beautification, places where there’s gatherings of people, environmentally friendly stuff, so they really are quite broad as long as it drives community renewal and revitalization.


The deadline for applications is September 11th with responses by the end of October and projects must be completed by March 31st.  To apply go to the Neighborhoods Alive website and click on the Neighborhood Renewal Fund.  If you have any questions contact Laurence Gillespie at the Flin Flon Neighborhood Revitalization Corporation at 204-687-6972 or call Melissa toll free at 1-855-644-0401.


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