Honey Creek Wind Community Grant Program Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2022 Grant Cycle

The Honey Creek Wind Community Grant Program is now accepting applications for the Fall 2022 grant cycle.

So far, Honey Creek Wind has provided over $165,000 in support for local causes and community organizations throughout its development. Our community grant program allows us to focus our support on organizations working to improve Crawford County communities and strengthen their region.

Some of the groups receiving support from the program in recent years include:

  • Crawford County 4-H
  • Life First Ambulance District
  • Acres of Adventure
  • Bucyrus Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Crawford County Agricultural Society
  • Projects, Inc.
  • Tiro-Auburn Volunteer Fire Department
  • United Way of North Central Ohio
  • Lykens Township Volunteer Fire Department
  • Prevailing Word Ministry in Motion
  • Chatfield EMS

Grants are awarded to groups or organizations working within Crawford County with priority given to proposals that demonstrate meaningful impacts to the greatest number of Crawford County residents. We will be accepting applications until 5pm on Monday September 26, 2022 on our website www.honeycreekwindpower.com/grant.

Focus areas for the Honey Creek Wind Community Grant Program are:

  • Building Healthy Communities: Programs that support public health, good government, open communication, citizen resources, and/or enhance the quality of life in the community.
  • Economic Development: Programs encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit and serving as a catalyst for economic opportunity and development within the community.
  • Environmental Sustainability: Programs that possess a strong link to environmental revitalization, sustainability, or education, empower residents to be stewards of the environment, and/or encourage partnerships to address environmental concerns and sustainability.
  • Promoting Education: Programs that support educational institutions, the advancement of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), and vocational training programs. This may include curriculum development, literacy, school readiness, and other initiatives that help students grow into young leaders.

If you are interested in applying, please visit our website to apply or call (419) 664-3769 with questions. Crawford County residents and community organizations are encouraged to apply and help spread the word.

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  • Brian OShea
    published this page in News 2022-08-16 09:45:22 -0500