Economic Development Partnership Program
This program provides matching grants to assist in funding equipment and training needs, new staff, or to elevate existing part-time staff, for the purpose of developing or expanding local and community economic development programs. Economic Development Partnership Grants may also be used to commence or replenish local revolving loan funds for the purpose of developing or expanding housing, community development, and economic development programs.
Economic Development Partnership Program:
- Provides matching grants to assist in funding equipment and training needs, new staff, or to elevate existing part-time staff, for the purpose of developing or expanding local and community development programs
- Requires a 1:1 match
- May be used to commence or replenish local revolving loan funds
- Eligible for any nonprofit development corporation, tribal government, municipality, county or other political subdivision of the state
Program administered by the Board of Economic Development
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